Bloodhounds Releasing Tomorrow on Netflix.

Based on a Naver webtoon of the same name, the series is directed and written by Kim Joo-hwan, who also helmed the film "Midnight Runners."

Published: June 8th, 2023 7:02 am | Updated: June 8, 2023 7:02 am

An intriguing new thriller likely to delight viewers will soon be adapted from the well-known Bloodhounds webcomic for a South Korean television series.

Jason Kim wrote and directed the forthcoming South Korean thriller Bloodhounds, known initially as Hunting Dogs. Jason Kim has written and led four projects, but this is his first one for Netflix.

The Woo Do-hwan from programs like ‘Mad Dogs’ and ‘Save Me’ is making a comeback with another serious part after playing back-to-back lighthearted roles with projects like ‘Joseon Attorney‘ and ‘The King: Eternal Monarch.’

The forthcoming Netflix original Bloodhounds has a contentious background because the show’s female star was engaged in a drunk driving accident. Putting the dispute behind us, this K-drama will soon be released.

What is “Bloodhounds” about?


Based on a Naver webtoon of the same name, the series is directed and written by Kim Joo-hwan, who also helmed the film “Midnight Runners.”

In the television series Bloodhounds, two young individuals enter the world of loan sharks in search of money and become entangled in a web of far darker forces.

Geon-woo, played by Woo Do-hwan, enters the world of loan sharks to pay off his past debt. Woo-jin, who initially encounters Geon-woo as a boxing opponent but eventually teams up with him, is portrayed by Lee Sang-Yi.

The ruthless loan shark Myeong-gil, purely motivated by money in all he does, is characterized by actor Park Sung-wrong.

Heo Joon-ho portrays Mr. Choi, a loan shark legend who now assists the ill by giving them money without charging interest. Heo Joon-ho adds gravity to the film with his presence on screen.

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Bloodhounds Release Date

Woo Do‑hwan
Her World Singapore

Netflix will make the first season of Bloodhounds accessible. Bloodhounds will now debut on Netflix on June 9, 2023. On this day, Bloodhounds’ complete debut season will release.

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How many episodes can we see in Bloodhounds?

Lee Hae-Yeong

There are eight episodes throughout the whole first season. It’s estimated that each episode lasts for about 60 minutes.

The episodes will likely be released with the appropriate subtitles and several language dubs, such as English, Hindi, Japanese, Brazilian, and many more.

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Cast Members

Lee Sang Yi
South Morning China Post

Following are the cast members expected to be seen in the upcoming series:

Woo Do‑hwan as Kim Geon Woo
Lee Sang Yi as Hong Woo Jin
Huh Joon-ho as Chairman Choi
Park Sung-Woong as Kim Myung Gil
Kim Sae Ron as Cha Hyeon Joo
Jung Da Eun
Choi Si-won
Lee Hae-Yeong
Ryu Soo-young
Choi Young Jun
Tae Won-Seok

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What Could Be the Plot?

Huh Joon-ho

The story’s three central characters are Cha Hyeon Joo, Hong Woo Jin, and Kim Geon Woo. Geon Woo, a boxer and former high school student, hails from a low-income household since his mother took out debts from loan sharks when she was expecting.

The main lead had to give up his studies and look for well-paying employment to pay back the loan sharks who had threatened him.

Another high schooler named Woo Jin is entirely different from Geon Woo. He was expelled from school and had a history of bullying.

President Choi, a prominent person in the criminal underworld who rules the nation covertly through his subordinate Hyeon Joo, has extended an offer of employment to these two teenagers, and they are prepared to take it.

However, they must collect debts from other people as part of their work as bloodhounds, something they can only accomplish by compromising their morals.