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Bloodhounds trailer: Two amateur boxers team up to take on ruthless gangsters in Netflix’s upcoming Korean series

Helmed by Jason Kim, the series stars Woo Do-Hwan, Park Sung-Woong, Heo Jun-Ho, Kim Sae-Ron and Lee Sang-Yi

Saikat Chakraborty Calcutta Published 26.05.23, 11:54 AM
A still from Netflix’s Bloodhounds trailer.

A still from Netflix’s Bloodhounds trailer. YouTube

Two rookie boxers are facing off against ruthless moneylending gangsters in the high-octane official trailer for Netflix’s latest South Korean high-octane action series Bloodhounds.

Unveiled by the streaming service on Friday, the two-minute-nine-second-long trailer follows promising boxer Gun-Woo (Woo Do-Hwan) whose mother is deep in debt to notorious loan shark Myung-Gil (Park Sung-Woong). To pay off his mother’s debt, Gun-Woo quits boxing and starts working for Choi (Heo Jun-Ho), who lends money without interest to people in trouble. There he meets another aspiring boxer, Lee Sang-yi, and the duo decide to team up to bring down Myung-Gil’s ruthless empire.


Netflix shared the video on Instagram with the caption, “With vicious loansharks hot on his tail, a desperate boxer decides he’ll have to take matters into his own hands—or should we say fists? 🥊 BLOODHOUNDS is coming June 9, only on Netflix.”

Watch the trailer here:

The action-packed trailer promises to deliver a series of thrilling one-take street fight scenes, boxing bouts and a gripping underdog story that will keep audiences on the edge of their seats.

The series is directed by South Korean filmmaker Jason Kim, known for helming Midnight Runners and The Divine Fury. It is produced by Korean production banners Studio N, See AT Film and Seven O Six. It stars Woo Do-Hwan, Park Sung-Woong, Heo Jun-Ho, Kim Sae-Ron and Lee Sang-Yi.

Bloodhounds will be streaming on Netflix from June 9.

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