Netflix’s ‘Super Rich in Korea’ docuseries gets new release date

Netflix’s ‘Super Rich in Korea’ docuseries gets new release dateNetflix’s ‘Super Rich in Korea’ docuseries gets new release date
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Netflix has revealed the new release date for its docuseries “Super Rich in Korea,” hosted by Got7’s Bambam.
Key points:
  • Super Rich in Korea” will be available for livestreaming on May 7, Netflix announced in the trailer posted on Tuesday.
  • Joining the Got7 member as hosts are comedian Cho Sae-Ho and Oh My Girl K-pop group member Mimi.

The trailer:
  • The trailer, posted on YouTube on Tuesday, offers brief glimpses of what fans can expect from “Super Rich in Korea.” Judging by the hosts’ reactions, viewers will be in for a lavish ride, or as Cho puts it in the intro, “This isn’t like any show we’ve seen before.”
  • In one clip, ultra-wealthy Singapore businessperson and one of the series’ stars David Yong can be seen making a 16 billion won ($11.5 million) purchase using his black credit card, an exclusive card that is only reserved for the super wealthy.
  • In another clip, Italy’s Teodoro can be seen showcasing how a single fried egg from a certain restaurant can cost up to 18,000 won ($13).
The details:
  • “Super Rich in Korea” will explore how the world’s wealthiest people live their extravagant lives as they choose South Korea as their new home. The series will showcase their ultra-rich lifestyles filled with luxury cars, haute couture and exclusive parties, according to Netflix’s press release in January.
  • Other stars of the docuseries include Pakistani noble family member Kim Anna and Noor Naem, a top influencer from the Middle East with over 50 million followers, among others.
  • The series was originally slated for release in April. It is unclear why Netflix moved the premiere of the series to a later date.
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