Korean Thriller Series ‘A Bloody Lucky Day’ Receives Paramount+ Release Date

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Paramount+ announced today that the South Korean thriller series A Bloody Lucky Day will debut on the streaming service on February 1. The 10-episode series follows Oh Taek, a taxi driver who is having a very lucky day where everything is going his way. His day soon takes a dark turn when he picks up a mysterious passenger who requests to be dropped off in far off city, Oh Taek soon realizes his passenger is a murderer and is forced to play a dangerous cat and mouse game in order to survive the fare.

The official synopsis of the series reads:

In A BLOODY LUCKY DAY, Oh Taek is a down-on-his-luck taxi driver having an uncharacteristic streak of good fortune when he agrees to drive a mysterious man named Geum Hyuk-soo to a faraway city in exchange for an exorbitant fare. But when the passenger reveals himself to be a serial killer, confessing to grisly crimes in his past and murdering others on the highway, the taxi driver must play mind games to ensure his lucky streak doesn’t come to a deadly end. 

The series stars Lee Sung-min as Oh Taek, Yoo Yeon-seok as Geum Hyuk-soo, and Lee Jung-eun as Hwang Soon-gyu. A Bloody Lucky Day is based on the Naver Webtoon A Day of Bad Luck by Aporia. The series is directed by Pil Gam-seong and written by Kim Min-sung and Song Han-na. The series is produced by CJ ENM’s production house Studio Dragon, The Great Show, and Studio N.

Make sure to check out the thrilling trailer for A Bloody Lucky Day below and be sure to catch all 10 episodes of the series when it is released on Paramount+ on February 1.

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