The nail-biting series is coming to Netflix on June 9
After the release of the breathtaking series “Black Knight,” we are in for another round of nail-biting fight scenes as the series titled “Bloodhounds” is set to stream on Netflix on June 9.
The Korean TV series, directed by Jason Kim, revolves around two rookie boxers and their story of revenge, friendship, and brotherhood.
Having met through a boxing championship, up-and-coming boxer Gun-woo (Woo Do-hwan) and competitor Woo-jin (Lee Sang-yi) forge a friendship that is cemented by their shared experiences in the Marine Corps. However, their brotherhood is challenged when Gun-woo’s mother falls victim to scheming loan sharks from Smile Capital, and the duo seeks revenge.
With the assistance of President Choi, a retired leader in the money-lending industry, Gun-woo and Woo-jin utilize their determination and strength to confront the nefarious gang leader from Smile Capital.
The eight-episode series promises an exciting showdown between good and evil, as well as a heartwarming story of friendship and the risks they are willing to take to protect their loved ones.
The cast of “Bloodhounds” includes Huh Joon-ho, Park Sung-woong, Woo Do-hwan, who has previously appeared in series like “Save Me,” “Mad Dog,” and “The King: Eternal Monarch,” as well as Lee Sang-yi, who has starred in titles such as “Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha,” “Once Again,” and “Youth of May.”
Watch the trailer here: