BLOODHOUNDS: Kim Joo-Hwan’s New Netflix Action Series Gets A Trailer That Doles Out All The Smoke!
Just when I thought my news day was done, here comes Midnight Runners and The Divine Fury helmer Kim Joo-hwan bringing my day to a high-note ending with one knock down after throwdown banger exhibited in the official series trailer for upcoming series, Bloodhounds.
Bloodhounds is a story about two young people who step into the world of loan sharks in pursuit of money and get caught up in a web of much darker forces.
After his perfect performance in a dual role in The King: Eternal Monarch, Woo Do-hwan returns as Geon-woo, who jumps into the world of loan sharks to pay off his debt. Having intrigued viewers with his multi-faceted charm in Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha, Lee Sang-yi plays Woo-jin, who first meets Geon-woo as his opponent in boxing but ends up working with him.
Meanwhile, actor Park Sung-woong plays vicious loan shark Myung-gil, who is driven solely by money in everything that he does while Heo Jun-ho plays Mr. Choi, who was once considered a legend among loan sharks, but now helps out the sick by lending money with no interest, bringing gravitas with their on-screen presence.
Based on a Naver webtoon of the same title, the series is directed and written by director Kim Joo-hwan of Midnight Runners, promising to showcase refreshing chemistry among the cast and uninhibited action.
The show hails from STUDIO N and is produced by Seed Film and Six O Seven, and is based on Jeong Chan’s hit 2020 webtoon of the same name, teased back in January as part of Netflix’s brewing wave of 2023 K-Content.
Catch the trailer below, blow by blow!
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