The Korean adaptation of Money Heist is gearing up for a release in early 2022. Actor Park Hae-Soo, higher identified for his latest present Squid Game on Netflix, gave out a particular message throughout the world fan occasion of La Casa De Papel or Money Heist on Tuesday.
We advised you earlier that Park is moving into the footwear of Pedro Alonso as Berlin within the Korean model. In a video launched on the sidelines of the fan occasion, Park thanked Pedro for sending him a Dali masks as a gesture of passing on the baton. He additional shared that he’ll additionally reward Pedro a masks being utilized in his adaptation.
Park attained worldwide fan following after enjoying the position of Cho Sang-woo or Player 218 within the dystopian drama Squid Game, Netflix’s newest world phenomenon. It was additionally introduced final 12 months that the streaming big has greenlit its K-adaptation with a number of names popping up as forged members, together with Park as Berlin.
Park, nevertheless, shared that his portrayal might be a tad totally different from Pedro Alonso’s. During an interview with The Swoon, he referred to as Pedro’s model as extra “chic and cold-blooded”. Park opined that Berlin “has a good reason for being cold and swaying into being a villain.” He revealed that within the K-drama “fans will get to see a more human version of Berlin.”
Park’s Sang-woo was one of many main characters in Squid Game, who can go to any extent to win the sport, even when it meant backstabbing or killing his closest associates. The manner he carried off the gray shades acquired a lot reward. And understanding that Berlin holds comparable traits, it might be fascinating to see Park beneath the pores and skin of the character.