Bloodhounds Season 1 Episode 8 Recap and Ending Explained

June 10, 2023 (Last updated: last month)
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Bloodhounds Season 1 Episode 8 Recap and Ending Explained

This article contains major spoilers for the ending of Bloodhounds Season 1 Episode 8.

Bloodhounds is a Netflix K-Drama based on the webtoon Sanyanggaedeul by Jung Chan, set in 2020 and revolving largely around the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Following two talented boxers Gun-woo (Woo Do-hwan) and Woo-jin (Lee Sang-yi), both former Marines, the plot sees these firm friends team up against the predatory moneylending organization Smile Capital, which is led by Kim Myeong-gil (Park Sung-woong) and targets Gun-woo’s mother with a crippling loan.

The two friends become bodyguards for Hyeon-ju (Kim Sae-ron), the adoptive granddaughter of philanthropist billionaire Mr. Choi (Huh Joon-ho). The stakes are heavily raised following Mr Choi’s death, leading Gun-woo and Woo-jin to the lil Group, its heir Hong Min-beom, and his cop cousin Gang-yong.

Bloodhounds Season 1 Ending Explained

How is Myeong-gil exposed?

According to Jang-do, all the incriminating evidence against Myeong-gil is stored on a hard drive. Access to this information can be obtained through Myeong-gil’s phone. Min-beom is tasked with arranging a fake meeting with Myeong-gil.

During the meeting, Min-beom deceives Myeong-gil by pretending that he wants to delete the video himself. He successfully connects Myeong-gil’s phone to the Wi-Fi network in his office.

This enables Gang-yong’s team to access the hard drive and gather evidence against Myeong-gil. However, Myeong-gil becomes aware that someone is onto him, as the original hard drive, which is kept in a highly secure safe, begins to self-destruct the moment Gang-yong’s team gains access to it.

Do Gun-woo and Woo-jin get their revenge?

In the end, Gun-woo and Woo-Jin discover that Myeong-Gil plans to flee the country with his stolen money and gold, following a route taught to him by his former associate, Kim Jun-Min. The boxers seek assistance from Kim Jun-Min to learn his route to Vietnam. Gun-woo and Woo-Jin locate Myeong-Gil on a ship bound for Vietnam.

The boxers make a final stand against the loan shark and his henchmen and defeat him. Myeong-Gil is apprehended and held accountable for his crimes, while the boxers successfully avenge Mr. Choi’s death.

What happens with the gold?

Since Myeong-gil had pilfered Mr. Choi’s fortune of gold bars, that haul is retrieved after his apprehension.

True to form, Gun-woo declines to keep the money for himself. Instead, he decides to honor Mr. Choi’s wishes by using the funds to help others. Gun-woo entrusts the money to Hong, who promises to establish a hospital that offers free care to the underprivileged, continuing Choi’s altruistic legacy.

Gun-woo also refuses to have his scar treated, even though he could afford to now. However, as a token of gratitude for their assistance in saving his reputation and thwarting Myeong-Gil’s exploitation, Hong insists Gun-woo and Woo-Jin take some of the money for themselves, ensuring that they’re at least financially solvent in the trying post-pandemic times.

In the final moments, the boxers return to their ordinary lives, and Gun-woo reunites with his mother. It’s a happy ending for everyone except those who didn’t deserve on in the first place.

You can stream Bloodhounds Season 1 Episode 8 exclusively on Netflix. What did you think of the Bloodhounds Season 1 ending? Let us know in the comments.

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