Kim Ji Hoon will reportedly join the star studded cast of "Money Heist".
On February 8, reports stated that Kim Ji Hoon will be part of the Korean remake of the Netfilx original series "Money Heist" and he will play the role of Denver.
The actor's agency Big Picture Entertainment responded to the reports through media outlet Newsen and stated that Kim Ji Hoon is not yet confirmed for the role. The actor is still reviewing the offer. After his rise in popularity with "Flower Of Evil", Kim Ji Hoon is reviewing many offers for his next project.
If Kim Ji Hoon accepts the casting offer, he will join other casts such as Yoo Ji Tae who will play as Professor, Kim Yoon Jin as Lisbon and Jeon Jong Seo will play as Tokyo. Park Hae Soo is also in talks to join the Korean remake as Berlin.
"Money Heist" will be a remake that will have a similar plot as the Spanish crime drama, but it will be set in the Korean peninsula. The series narrates the story of a group of people led by Professor who plan the biggest heist in history.
Kim Ji Hoon was applauded because of his acting in the 2020 drama "Flower of Evil" with main leads Lee Joon Gi and Moon Chae Won. Viewers were amazed how well he portrayed his character. He also took part in dramas such as "Tower of Babel", "Bad Thief, Good Thief", "Come! Jang Bo Ri", and "Flower Boy Next Door".
There's no definite date yet on the release of the "Money Heist" Korean remake but it is said to have 12 episodes.