We are a day away from the release of the new series Money Theft: Korea – The Common Economic Area and people can’t wait to see what the heist crime drama series looks like. But before you check out a new Netflix show, it’s important that you know the age rating. Can you watch this show with your whole family, or should it be saved for another time?
Money Theft: Korea – The Common Economic Area is a crime drama series directed by Kim Hong-sun and written by Ryu Yong-jae. The show follows a group of skilled thieves led by a genius criminal mastermind as they try to overtake mint from a unified Korea.
Many people are really looking forward to it Money Theft: Korea – The Common Economic Area‘s release on Netflix as it is a remake of the Spanish crime drama series of the same name. Also, there has been a surge in popularity for K-Drama since its release Squid Games. So people have high hopes that the theft crime drama will become the next global sensation. I guess we’ll just have to wait and see.
Below, you’ll find a parental guide and age ratings for Money Theft: Korea – The Common Economic Area!
Money Theft: Korea – Shared Economy Area parent guide and age rating
The heist crime drama series is rated TV-MA, meaning it is for adult viewers only. To be honest, this age rating is to be expected. The Spanish version is rated TV-MA, so it’s likely the South Korean remake will be rated the same.
It is rated this age because of some of the content featured in the series that many parents find inappropriate for younger children to watch. The show will include violence, scary scenes, sex, smoking, use of weapons, consumption of alcohol, and blood. There will also be profanity used by some characters. Overall, this show is intended for adult viewing and may not be suitable for children under 17 years of age.
Check out the official trailer below for a peek at what’s to come in the series!
In the trailer, you can see some of the content listed above. We recommend watching Money Theft: Korea – The Common Economic Area when the kids are asleep and ready for bed or when they are busy with a movie or kids show. I promise that once you start this series, you will want to finish it in one sitting.
Money Theft: Korea – The Common Economic Area landed in Netflix on June 24 at 12:00 PT/3:00 ET. Who will you be watching the crime drama series theft with?