Jung Da Eun will reportedly replace Kim Sae Ron in the upcoming Netflix original series “Bloodhounds.”
On August 4th, media outlet Star News shared that Jung Da Eun has been picked to continue the role of Kim Sae Ron in the upcoming drama “Bloodhounds.”
According to reports, for the upcoming filming of “Bloodhounds,” Jung Da Eun will be the replacement of Kim Sae Ron. Jung Da Eun will continue to portray the role of Cha Hyun Joo until the drama finishes.
Although Kim Sae Ron had already filmed several key scenes for the series, the actress and the drama’s production team decided to part ways due to her drunk driving scandal.
For the post-recording and other re-shooting, Kim Sae Ron will no longer participate in it and Jung Da Eun will be the replacement.
“Bloodhounds” will be directed and written by Jason Kim, the man behind the works “The Divine Fury” and “Midnight Runners.”
The series will depict its story from the webtoon of the same name. It will showcase the journey of three men who have significant debt but will do everything to try to escape it.
The series will be led by Woo Do Hwan, Lee Sang Yi, Park Sung Woong, Heo Joon Ho, and Kim Seo Kyung.
“Bloodhounds” will have a total of 8 episodes. The premiere date of the series is not yet confirmed.
Jung Da Eun made her acting debut in 2016. She was last seen in the 2021 Netflix original drama “D.P.”
Aside from “Bloodhounds,” the actress will also be part of the upcoming film “Sweet and Warm” with Kim Hee Sun, Yoo Hae Jin, Jin Seon Kyu, SECRET’s Han Sun Hwa, and Cha In Pyo.
Jung Da Eun has starred in several works such as “Secret Boutique,” “Love Revolution,” “Midnight Runners,” “The Divine Fury,” “Love, Again,” “Aloners,” and more.
Have you seen any dramas starring Jung Da Eun?