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Money Heist’s Alvaro Morte Reacts to Korean Adaptation, Praises Indian Content | Web series

Actor Alvaro Morte, best known for portraying the role of the professor in the hit Spanish series Money Heist, spoke about the Korean adaptation of the Netflix series. The Korean version, which came out recently, is called Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area. In a new interview, Alvaro also complimented the made in India content. (Also read | Money Heist: Tokyo Korea is an ARMY, draws inspiration from BTS’s DNA in Episode 1)

The Money Heist: Korea series is set in a fictional Joint Economic Zone, in a futuristic world where the Korean Peninsula faces reunification. When the promise of a united Korea fails, a master strategist called The Professor (Yoo Ji-tae) assembles a team, each nicknamed after cities, to pull off the biggest heist at the Mint Bureau.

In an interview with India Today, Alvaro said, “I didn’t watch it [the show] Again. You know, I just saw the trailer. I think that’s very good. I mean, Koreans, they know how to do it. The Indians know how to make fiction and action. And I’m sure it’s going to be very good. I hope they are doing very well. I don’t know the cast; I do not know them.”

“I hope one day we can meet them and discuss, ‘Hey, how did you approach it? Professor, how did you build this? You know why I did it this way. I would like to know how did you do it?’ “I’m an actor. I like the professional character. And I love Money Heist, but being an actor, of course, part of my job is to switch characters to do different things,” he added.

Money Heist: Korea, directed by Kim Hong-sun, also features Park Hae-Soo, Jun Jong-seo, Lee Hyun-woo, Lee Won-jong, and Park Myung-hoon, among others. The series was written by Ryu Yong-jae, Kim Hwan-chae, and Choe Sung-jun. The original Spanish show began airing in 2017 and ran for 41 five-part episodes.