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Money Heist: Korea - Joint Economic Area

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Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area
종이의 집: 공동경제구역
Jongi-ui Jip: Gongdonggyeongjeguyeok
Promotional poster
Country South Korean flag.jpg South Korea
Language Korean
Channel Netflix
Creator Ryu Yong-jae
Álex Pina (original series)
Genre Crime
Broadcast 2022
No. of Episodes 12
Main Cast
Character Actor
Lee "Tokyo" Hong-dan Jeon Jong-seo
Park "The Professor" Sun-ho Yoo Ji-tae
Song "Berlin" Jung-ho Park Hae-soo
Seon Woo-jin Kim Yun-jin
Sim "Nairobi" Young-mun Jang Yoon-ju
Oh "Denver" Taek-su Kim Ji-hoon
Ko "Helsinki" Myung-tae Kim Ji-hoon
Han "Rio" Joseph Lee Hyun-woo
Yoon Mi-seon Lee Joo-bin

Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area (Korean title: 종이의 집: 공동경제구역, Jongi-ui Jip: Gongdonggyeongjeguyeok; lit. "The House of Paper: Joint Economic Area") is a 2022 South Korean crime drama webseries and a remake of the first season of the 2017-2021 Spanish crime drama series Money Heist. The series takes place in an alternate 2025 where South and North Korea are undergoing reunification, and follows a group of criminals led by an individual only known as "The Professor" as they attempt to take control of and print 4 trillion Korean won (around 2.9 billion USD) in the Unified Korea Mint of the Joint Economic Area, an economic zone on the borders of and managed by the two Koreas.

Most of the firearms in the series appear to be airsoft replicas. Rather poor attempts to hide this can be seen at times, as well as various flaws in the guns themselves.

The following weapons were used in the television series Money Heist: Korea - Joint Economic Area:


Beretta 92FS

The Beretta 92FS is seen with multiple characters.

Beretta 92FS - 9x19mm
Berlin executes a concentration camp guard with a Beretta in a flashback in Episode 2.
A double agent being hunted down by Cha Moo-hyuk holds a 92 in Episode 7.
The agent aims his Beretta as he enters a room.
The gun's frame after Moo-hyuk catches him and disassembles the slide.

Beretta 950 Jetfire

Lee "Tokyo" Hong-dan (Jeon Jong-seo) carries and points a stainless Beretta 950 Jetfire to Han "Rio" Joseph (Lee Hyun-woo)'s head in a flashback in Episode 4.

Stainless Beretta 950B Jetfire - .25 ACP‎
The 950 strapped to Tokyo's leg.
Tokyo puts the 950's barrel to a drunk Rio's head.
Tokyo continues to keep the pistol's barrel to his head as he talks.

Colt M1911A1

A Colt M1911A1 is briefly seen with one of Seoul's mercenaries in Episode 9.

World War II Colt M1911A1 - .45 ACP
A mercenary aims his 1911 down at a police officer.

Daewoo K5

A Daewoo K5 is briefly seen in Tokyo's holster in Episode 3.

Daewoo K5 - 9x19mm
The pistol in a holster.

Glock 17

The Glock 17 is used by multiple members of the heist crew and their associates, as well as being the sidearm of Seon Woo-jin (Kim Yun-jin) and the officers of the South Korean Police's Special Operations Unit.

3rd Generation Glock 17 - 9x19mm
Song "Berlin" Jung-ho (Park Hae-soo) gives Oh "Denver" Taek-su (Kim Ji-hoon) a Glock to kill Mi-seon with in Episode 2.
Tokyo holds Helsinki at gunpoint with a Glock in Episode 3.
Tokyo aims her Glock 17 at Berlin.
Berlin holds onto Tokyo's hand in the confrontation. Note the missing backplate and rear sight.
Seon Woo-jin takes out her Glock in Episode 5.
One of Seoul's mercenaries opens up the van Tokyo is captured in while holding a Glock in Episode 9. The slide for some reason appears to be partially coming off the frame here.
Tokyo dual-wields a pair of Glocks in Rio's imagination in Episode 11. The "outer barrel" of the guns intended to make them look more realistic are missing, exposing the airsoft "inner barrel".
Woo-jin aims her Glock at the Professor.
Alternate shot of the above scene. The backplate and rear sight are missing again.
Multiple South Korean SOU officers firing at the heist crew with their Glocks in Episode 12.

Tokarev TT-33

The Tokarev TT-33 is used by several North Korean characters.

Tokarev TT-33 - 7.62x25mm Tokarev
Tokyo fires a Tokarev in her flashback to her North Korean military service in Episode 1.
"Did you release the safety?"
"TT pistols don't have safeties."
Tokyo aims her employer's Tokarev at him as she correctly points out a detail he tries to fool her with. The airsoft "inner barrel" is also clearly visible here.
Tokyo's employer notices her putting his Tokarev to his neck.
Song "Berlin" Jung-ho (Park Hae-soo) pulls a Tokarev's slide in his introduction.
A disguised Tokyo takes a Tokarev out of a bag before the heist begins.
Tokyo holds a security screener at gunpoint with the pistol.
Park Chul-woo (Gil Eun-seong) aims a Tokarev while hiding in the Mint's bathroom in Episode 5.
Closer view of his Tokarev's barrel.
The Professor's father unwraps a Tokarev in a flashback in Episode 12. Note that a portion of the grip panel has broken off for some reason.
The Professor's father hides the Tokarev behind his back as his son greets him.


Sipja YSR 707

Multiple characters throughout the series, mostly police officers and security guards are seen using the Sipja YSR 707, a blank firing revolver.

Sipja YSR 707 - 4mm
Tokyo checks the revolver in Episode 1 as she prepares to kill herself.
Tokyo holding the revolver as she meets the Professor for the first time.
A truck driver for the Mint aims his revolver at the heist crew.
The revolver on the ground.
The Mint's security guards put their revolvers on the ground at Rio's instruction.
A group of police officers firing their revolvers at the crew.
Nam Dong-cheol (Sun Woo-seong) aiming his revolver in Episode 6.
Berlin puts the revolver to the Professor's head in a flashback in Episode 9.
Cha Moo-hyuk takes a policeman's revolver from his holster in Episode 12.
Seon Woo-jin aims the revolver at the Professor.

Smith & Wesson Model 586

Song "Berlin" Jun-ho (Park Hae-soo) uses a Smith & Wesson Model 586 as his personal sidearm.

Smith & Wesson Model 586 with 6" barrel - .357 Magnum
Berlin cocks and aims the revolver at Mint director Cho Young-min (Park Myung-hoon) as he threatens him with a police shootout in Episode 1.
Denver holds the revolver after taking it from Berlin in the confrontation in Episode 3.
Berlin checks the revolver's cylinder in Episode 4.
Close-up of the revolver.
Berlin holds Denver at gunpoint as he finds out he's keeping Mi-seon alive.
Berlin aims the revolver at Tokyo in Episode 7.
One of Seoul's mercenaries holds a 586 in Episode 8.
A tied-up Rio looks at the revolver's barrel.
Berlin holds Anne Kim at gunpoint during a negotiation.
Berlin negotiates for medical help in Episode 11.

Submachine Guns

Heckler & Koch MP5A3

The Heckler & Koch MP5A3 serves as the heist crew's most used primary weapon, being used by most of its' members. Seoul (Lim Ji-yeon) is also seen with the gun on multiple occasions.

Heckler & Koch MP5A3 with slimline handguard - 9x19mm
Heckler & Koch MP5A3 with tropical handguard - 9x19mm
Han "Rio" Joseph (Lee Hyun-woo) checks his MP5 on the way to the Mint in Episode 1.
Tokyo holds an MP5 while controlling the civilians at the start of the heist.
A close-up of Nairobi's MP5 being fired.
A close-up on Rio's MP5 as Anne Kim aims it at him in Episode 2.
After Rio takes back the gun from her, he turns the safety off.
Sim "Nairobi" Young-mun (Jang Yoon-ju) puts her MP5 to Berlin's chest in Episode 3.
Oh "Moscow" Man-sik (Lee Won-jong) with his MP5 in Episode 8.
Nairobi firing her MP5.
Seoul aiming her MP5 in Episode 9.
Rio aiming his MP5 in Episode 10.

Heckler & Koch MP7

Customized Heckler & Koch MP7s equipped with EOTech EXPS3 sights and AN/PEQ laser sights are seen being used by the South Korean SOU (Special Operations Unit) officers.

Heckler & Koch MP7A1 with Zeiss Z-Point red dot sight, 40-round magazine, and stock extended - 4.6x30mm
A group of SOU officers with MP7s in Episode 8.
Tokyo is arrested by an officer with an MP7 in Episode 9.
Another officer aims his MP7 as their convoy is intercepted by Seoul and her gang.
Another officer aiming an MP7. Note the rather poor paintjob done to cover up the orange muzzle, and the visible spring in the front of the magazine.
Multiple officers with the MP7.
An officer aiming his MP7 in Episode 11.
Multiple officers aim their MP7s at Rio before shooting him in his imagination.
The officers firing their guns at the heisters in Episode 12.
Park Chul-woo aiming an MP7 at the hostages.
Multiple SOU officers with MP7s.



Some North Korean characters are also seen with the AK-74.

AK-74 with plum furniture - 5.45x39mm
Tokyo firing an AK-74 in a flashback to her North Korean military service in Episode 1.
The AK being reloaded.
Park Chul-woo holding Oslo's AK-74M (which becomes a regular AK-74 in a continuity error) in Episode 8.


The AK-74M is the primary weapon of Ko "Helsinki" Myung-tae (Kim Ji-hoon; no relation to Denver's actor) and Lee "Oslo" Sang-yeon (Lee Kyu-ho).

AK-74M - 5.45x39mm
Ko "Helsinki" Myung-tae (Kim Ji-hoon) checking his AK before the start of the heist in Episode 1.
Helsinki with his AK in Episode 3.
Lee "Oslo" Sang-yeon (Lee Kyu-ho) with his AK.
A sleeping Helsinki holding his AK in Episode 5.
Helsinki aiming his AK in Episode 6.
Helsinki and Oslo with their AKs.
Seoul's mercenaries firing their AK-74Ms in Episode 9.
Close-up of Helsinki's AK in Episode 10.

AK/AR-15 mockup

An AK-pattern rifle being mocked up as an AR-15 is seen with Seoul's mercenaries.

A mercenary aims his rifle down at a police officer in Episode 9.
A mercenary with the rifle in Episode 12.


Fake AKMs are given to the hostages of the Unified Korea Mint by the heisters. AKMs are also seen in a picture of Helsinki and Oslo's former gang in Yanbian, China.

Romanian AKM with synthetic furniture - 7.62x39mm
A picture of Helsinki and Oslo's former gang in Episode 1. The gang members can be seen holding AKMs.
The hostages aiming the fake AKMs.
The hostages with the AKMs.
The AKMs being aimed in Episode 3.
Another shot of the above scene.
The hostages with the AKMs in Episode 4.
Cha Moo-hyuk is applauded by the hostages (with new masks) as they hold their AKMs.
A closer view of the AKMs.


The North Korean military and other North-affiliated characters are equipped with the AKS-47.

Type 3 AKS-47 - 7.62x39mm
North Korean soldiers with AKs as they attempt to infiltrate the Mint in Episode 1.
In a flashback, North Korean soldiers fire AKs at Berlin and his family as they try to swim across a river in Episode 2.
Park Chul-woo (Gil Eun-seong) with an AKS in Episode 3
Chul-woo aims the AKS as he and his squad infiltrate the Mint again in Episode 4.
A group of North Korean soldiers with their AKs in Episode 5.
Chul-woo aims his AK (now equipped with an ACOG sight) at Tokyo.
Another North Korean soldier aims his AK in Episode 8.
North Korean soldiers firing their AKs in Episode 12.
An AK on the ground.
Yoon Mi-seon (Lee Joo-bin) with a North Korean soldier's AK.

Colt M4A1 Carbine

The M4A1 Carbine is the primary weapon of Lee "Tokyo" Hong-dan (Jeon Jong-seo).

Colt M4A1 with 6 position collapsible stock - 5.56x45mm NATO
Lee "Tokyo" Hong-dan (Jeon Jong-seo) aiming her M4 before the heist crew's first shootout in Episode 1.
A close-up of the rifle being fired.
Tokyo holding the M4 in Episode 2.
The rifle being aimed in Episode 3.
Moscow talks to Tokyo as she holds the rifle. Note the fire selector set to not-quite-semi-auto.
Tokyo searching for the outside infiltrator in Episode 5.
Tokyo with the rifle in Episode 8.
Berlin holds the M4 in Rio's imagination in Episode 11.
Tokyo aiming the rifle in Episode 12.

Heckler & Koch HK416

The Heckler & Koch HK416 is the primary weapon of Song "Berlin" Jung-ho (Park Hae-soo) and Oh "Denver" Taek-su (Kim Ji-hoon). The rifle is also seen with some of Seoul's mercenaries.

Heckler & Koch HK416 with 14.5" barrel - 5.56x45mm NATO
Oh "Denver" Taek-su (Kim Ji-hoon) looks over at a nervous Rio before their first shootout in Episode 1.
Denver reloading.
Denver firing the rifle.
Tokyo teaches Rio how to accurately fire a gun in a flashback.
Denver with his 416 in Episode 3.
Song "Berlin" Jung-ho (Park Hae-soo) firing his 416 in Episode 8.
Berlin with his rifle.
One of Seoul's mercenaries aims a 416.
Berlin aiming his 416 in Episode 10.
Berlin's 416 propped up against a wall in Episode 12.

M40A6 Sniper Rifle

The Task Force snipers are equipped with M40A6 sniper rifles.

M40A6 - 7.62x51mm NATO
A rifle being aimed at the Mint's entrance in Episode 2. Note that the scope is rather obviously fake.
Multiple snipers aim at the Mint.
A sniper aiming in Episode 3.
A sniper and their spotter.
The snipers aiming.
The sniper pulls the trigger of the rifle...
...and fires. For some reason, a spent casing and moving bolt have been CGI-ed in despite the M40A6 being a bolt-action rifle.
The barrel of the rifle in Episode 10.
A sniper aiming.
The sniper racks the rifle's bolt.


Mossberg Maverick 88

Mossberg Maverick 88s loaded with rubber slugs are used by Tokyo, Seoul (Lim Ji-yeon), and her mercenaries while raiding Kim Sang-man's hideout for Nairobi's son in Episode 9.

Mossberg Maverick 88 "Persuader" - 12 gauge
One of the mercenaries passes a Mossberg to Seoul.
Tokyo inspects the shotgun after Seoul gives it to her.
The mercenaries making their way to the hideout with the shotguns in hand.
The mercenaries with the shotguns.
A rubber slug shell being loaded.
One of the mercenaries holds the shotgun as they drag one of Sang-man's agents away.
A mercenary prepares to toss a gas grenade into a room while holding the shotgun.
A Mossberg being aimed.
The barrel of the shotgun.
Seoul holding the shotgun.

Machine Guns


An M60 replaces the "Browning" used by the heisters in the original series. Unlike the original series, the machine gun is never named, let alone misidentified.

M60 - 7.62x51mm NATO
The M60 being readied in Episode 1.
The M60 being fired in Episode 8.
Tokyo lets her inner Rambo out as she screams while firing the light machine gun.
Tokyo makes a run for the M60 in Episode 12.
Tokyo lets her inner Rambo out again as she fires the M60 at the task force's squads.
Berlin lets his inner Rambo out as he fires the M60. Apparently, firing an M60 in the world of Money Heist: Korea gives you the irresistible urge to yell.
A close-up of the M60 is given as Berlin sets it up inside the vault.
Berlin unloads the M60 into Chul-woo's squad.
Berlin reloads the machine gun.


M84 Stun Grenade

Park Chul-woo and his squad use an M84 stun grenade to stun Berlin in Episode 12.

M84 stun grenade
The flash bang being tossed into the vault.

Mk 2 Hand Grenade

In Rio's imagined worst-case scenario in Episode 11, Berlin uses a Mk 2 hand grenade in a suicide attack.

Mk 2 hand grenade
Berlin holding the grenade as he walks up to a police vehicle.

Unknown tear gas grenade

An unknown tear gas grenade is used by Seoul's mercenaries in Episode 9.

The gas grenade being dropped into a room.


Unknown grenade launcher

Multiple South Korea SOU officers use unknown grenade launchers to fire tear gas canisters at the heist crew in Episode 12.

The SOU officers with the launchers.
An officer aims his launcher.
The tear gas canisters being fired.


Explosive charges

Multiple explosive charges are seen throughout the series.

Moscow holds up a demolition charge in his introduction in Episode 1.
Moscow placing down a C4 charge in a flashback in Episode 3.
A timed explosive in the heisters' old hideout in Episode 9.
Another timed explosive.
An explosive charge in the escape tunnel in Episode 12.


Briefing guns

Pictures of multiple firearms can be seen in the Task Force's mobile office.

Pictures of a fifth-generation Glock 17, two Tokarev TT-33s, and an M4A1 are visible in the Task Force's briefing on the heist in Episode 2.
Multiple firearms on a screen.

Mercenary crate guns

As Cha Moon-hyuk escapes from the mercenaries' compound in Episode 10, multiple guns can be seen being kept in a case.

The firearms in a case. A Thompson, MP5, Mini Uzi, and pistol-gripped shotgun are visible.

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