Netflix releases official trailer for Korean series ‘Bloodhounds’ starring Woo Do-hwan, Lee Sang-yi
Netflix released the official trailer for its upcoming Korean series “Bloodhounds” on Thursday.
Woo Do-hwan of “The Divine Fury” and “The King: Eternal Monarch” fame stars in the show with “Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha” actor Lee Sang-yi.
The eight-episode series, directed by Jason Kim ("Midnight Runners," "The Divine Fury"), follows Woo and Lee as a pair of boxers who unknowingly become involved with loan sharks preying on the financially vulnerable.
The two forge an alliance with a compassionate retired moneylender, portrayed by Huh Joon-ho. They aim to dismantle the operations of the underworld's most merciless loan shark, played by “New World” and “The Deal” star Park Sung-woong.
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“Bloodhounds” will premiere on June 9. Check out its official trailer below:
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