Woo Do-Hwan had a photoshoot with Arena magazine, and discussed with them his role in the upcoming drama, “Hunting Dogs.” Woo Do-Hwan maintained a cheerful demeanor even at the busy photo shoot site. He even makes suggestions, saying, “Wouldn’t these poses and expressions fit well with the theme of the pictorial?”
The webtoon-based drama “Hunting Dogs” is the first drama he acts in after being discharged from the military. Woo Do-Hwan plays Kim Gun-Woo, a former promising boxer who was named boxing rookie of the year in the drama “Hunting Dogs.”
He discussed his preparation for his role in the drama. He stated that “I worked hard to make myself look like a pro boxer. Even though I was running on the streets, I wanted to run like a professional athlete.” “I care about the direction of the action scenes of the character, Gun-Woo,” he added.
Woo Do-Hwan also expressed his genuine feelings about his acting choices. He stated, “I want to do what I can do better and show it properly.”
The Netflix drama “Hunting Dogs” is based on the same-titled webtoon. It tells the stories of private loan collectors, also known as “hunting dogs.” Along with Woo Do-Hwan, who plays the protagonist, Lee Sang Yi and Kim Sae Ron play supporting characters in the protagonist’s group. The antagonist has been cast as Park Sung Woong.
“Hunting Dogs” is set to wrap production in June 2022. It will be turned into an eight-episode drama. As of April 20, 2022, no release date had been announced.