Bloodhounds OTT Release date: When & where to watch Jason Kim’s South Korean crime-thriller series

Jason Kim’s brand new South Korean crime-thriller series Bloodhounds is set to hit our screens in June

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With the ever-growing fan base of K-Dramas in India and globally, Netflix is bringing in another exciting South Korean series for us.

As per the official announcements, the new crime-thriller Bloodhounds is all set to hit our screens on Friday, 9th June 2023 and will be available on Netflix for the audience to stream.

The series will have a total of 8 enthralling and thrilling episodes which will explore action-packed adventures, unforeseen consequences and exciting characters as seen in the official trailer released by Netflix.

What’s in store?

"Bloodhounds" revolves around the lives of three distinct protagonists who enter the murky world of private loans. However, little do they know that their quest for money will lead them down a treacherous path, where danger lurks at every turn.

In the 1-minute and 25 seconds official trailer, the cast of the series looks stellar as we witness them delivering interesting dialogues along with adrenaline-fueled chases and snippets of intense fight sequences.

The trailer also is a splendid auditory and visual treat as it transports us into a world teeming with vibrant cityscapes, dimly lit back alleys and opulent underworld lairs. The trailer’s visual prowess is further amplified by a gripping soundtrack that heightens the intensity of each scene, enhancing the heart-pounding moments and atmospheric suspense.

Watch the trailer

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Who’s in it?

Woo Do Hwan essay the role of Kim Geon Woo. The actor has starred in two Netflix K-dramas, My Country: The New Age and The King: Eternal Monarch, so far.

Lee Sang Yi will be playing the role of Hong Woo Jin. He has three Netflix K-dramas, Prison Playbook, When the Camellia Blooms, and Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha to his credit.

We will also be seeing Park Sung Woong, who will play the role of Kim Myung Gil, who was previously seen in Crash Landing on You.