May 28, 2023

Netflix has launched a brand new trailer for its upcoming Okay-drama sequence, Bloodhounds. Watch the clip above.

Bloodhounds will star Woo Do-hwan and Lee Sang-yi as two younger boxers who enter the harmful world of personal loans, teaming up with a benevolent moneylender in an effort to take down a ruthless mortgage shark who preys on the financially determined.

The trailer opens by introducing Kim Myeong-gil (Park Sung-woong), a infamous moneylender who’s described in voiceover as a “very harmful and merciless man”.

Woo Do-hwan’s character then comes nose to nose with Myeong-gil, coming to demand reimbursement. Seemingly unable to take action, Woo fights Myeong-gil’s henchman, however loses badly.

The trailer later cuts to a coaching montage of Woo Do-hwan and Lee Sang-yi, who’re seen agreeing to work with President Choi (Huh Joon-ho), a benevolent moneylender who desires to finish Myeong-gil and his enterprise.

Elsewhere within the clip, Woo Do-hwan and Lee Sang-yi are seen going through off in opposition to waves of thugs, the police and extra in thrilling battle scenes. Bloodhounds is ready to premiere June 9 completely on Netflix.

The sequence was first introduced in January, when Netflix unveiled its state of Korean motion pictures and drama for 2023. Other than Bloodhounds, the streaming service can also be set to launch new seasons of earlier hits like 2020’s Candy Residence and 2021’s D.P.

In the meantime, Netflix’s newest Okay-drama Black Kight is at present the streaming platform’s most-watched non-English present of the week. In a blended three-star assessment, NME‘s Carmen Chin mentioned the sequence “has glorious, nail-biting motion sequences” however suffers from a “mediocre, even lazy script”.

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