There’s a bit of everything to explore when it comes to Korean cinema, from cheesy romantic comedies to action-adventures. For fans of something a little more intense, there are plenty of heady psychological thrillers like 2017’s Forgotten too. In fact, don’t be surprised if some of Netflix’s top Korean movies will cause some chills and serious jump scares. 슬롯머신
Updated November 14, 2022 by Jordan Woods:
Netflix continues to evolve and develop its film selection all the time, and that includes its sizable number of Korean movies too. Just this year, new movies like the romance 20th Century Girl have joined the lineup whilst some favorites like 2018’s Burning have sadly left the platform. For fans of Korean thrillers, dramas, and even heartwarming romantic movies, these are the highlights of their latest selection. 카지노역사
Space Sweepers (2021) – 6.5
The last few years have been huge for Korean actor Song Joong-ki. He not only stars in Netflix’s Vincenzo and their new drama Little Women but also in the Netflix movie, Space Sweepers. The sci-fi/space opera movie tells the story of a dystopian future in which the Earth is no longer inhabitable and the government allows citizens to live in spacecraft as space sweepers. The Spaceship Victory collects some debris that comes with an unexpected surprise. Inside is a child named Dorothy (Park Ye-rin) who is actually a robot made to be a mass weapon of destruction. As the crew grows attached to her, the morality of the group and their mission is examined in a surprisingly heartfelt way. 에볼루션카지노
Pandora (2016) – 6.6
Along with Train to Busan and Parasite, Pandora was another interesting Korean movie that created some buzz. The plot of the must-see disaster movie from 2016 matches its title well, as it’s a story of a tragic disaster leading the main character to make a life-saving decision. Jae-hyeok (Kim Nam-Gil) is a worker at a local power plant who is forced into action after an earthquake causes the reactor to overheat. With the town in jeopardy and a nation in panic, the movie follows his attempts to prevent further catastrophe as things rapidly spiral out of control. Like many of the best Korean dramas, it’s the characters and their emotional moments in the midst of tragedy that really stand out. 마이크로게이밍
Sweet & Sour (2021) – 6.7
There are a ton of K-dramas about the struggle of falling in love with the wrong person, but Sweet & Sour is unique in the way it portrays the relatable themes of long-distance romance and falling out of love. It follows Jang-hyuk (Jang Ki-yong), a man who finds himself drawn to an attractive co-worker while his long hours and tiring commutes cause him to drift apart from his frustrated partner (Chae Soo-bin). Whilst the plot of the Korean rom-com is interesting enough on its own, what makes the movie a fan-favorite for many is a clever final twist that brings the story full circle in an unexpected way.
Night In Paradise (2020) – 6.7
Fans of Korean crime thrillers are in for a treat with Night in Paradise, a stylish action movie centered on mobster Tae-gu (Uhm Tae-goo) who flees to Jeju island after taking bloody revenge on a powerful gang leader who wronged him. Isolated and still in danger, he makes an unlikely connection with a mysterious woman named Jae-yeon (Jeon Yeo-been). Mysteries and betrayals form the heart of a movie with plenty of surprises up its sleeve. Director Park Hoon-jung, also known for the very popular The Witch: Part 1 and Part 2, is an action veteran at this point, meaning every violent set piece is as slick and well-executed as expected.