Korean movies are popular to various viewers because you can watch it in a short period of time without getting bored. These usually last for only 1 hour and 30 minutes to two hours. There are also various genres you can choose from with different topic and issues to tackle.
While many countries and places around the Philippines are under quarantine, we would like to suggest few K-movies you can binge watch. These will surely help you relax, reflect in life, and be entertained.
Below are the top 10 Korean films according to fans which you can watch all day or for a week. It is the result from the conducted survey in Annyeong Oppa Group within 24 hours. Check it out now and don’t forget to list it down.
Midnight Runners is a 2017 South Korean film starring Park Seo Jun and Kang Ha Neul. It is an action, thriller, comedy, and crime movie.
Park Seo Jun and Kang Ha Neul portrayed the role of new students at the Korean National Police University. One night, they witnessed a young woman being kidnap.
They tried to report it; however, the in charge department in the police station is busy with a kidnapping case involving a son of businessman. They will try to make a way; so, they will execute an amateur investigation.
The movie is a warmhearted comedy piece relates the story of Yong-gu, a mentally challenged father who’s wrongly jailed for the murder of a young girl.
3. Along With The Gods
Along With The Gods is a 2017 fantasy, afterlife, drama film. It tells the story of a firefighter facing his death.
Three grim reapers (Angel of Death) will escort him to the afterlife giving him seven trials. He needs to finish it in a short period of 49 days.
4. The Dude In Me
The Dude In Me is a 2019 fantasy comedy film. It stars award-winning South Korean actor Park Sung Woong and B1A4’s Jung Jinyoung.
The Dude In Me tells the story of Dong Hyun, an ordinary high school student and Pan Soo, a gang member. One day, an accident occurs between them and they discover that they have switched bodies.
5. Train To Busan
Train To Busan is a 2016 action, thriller, zombie film. It stars Gong Yoo as a manager in Seoul and Kim Soo An as his daughter.
As the young girl wants to celebrate her birthday with his mother, they will take a train going to Busan. Unexpectedly, a zombie apocalypse suddenly breaks out. A zombie will jump into the rain threatening the safety of passengers.
The Witch: The Subversion is a 2018 mystery, thriller, action film starring Kim Da Mi.
It tells the story of a bright female high school student participating in a nationally televised audition program. As soon as she enters the program, strange people will surround her. Later on, she’ll be involved in a crime making a huge upside down turn in her life.
My Annoying Brother is a Korean comedy drama movie which was released on November 23, 2016. The film stars Jo Jung Suk, Do Kyung Soo, and Park Shin Hye.
Jo Jung Suk will play the role of Doo Sik, who’s in the prison after commiting fraud. He will take advantage of his step brother’s situation, portrayed by Do Kyungsoo as Doo Young. He is a national judo athlete who unfortunately lose his eyesight as his optic nerves get damaged during a competition.
Windstruck is a 2004 romantic comedy film starring Gianna Jun and Jang Hyuk. It tells the story of a growing relationship of an ambitious young police officer and a teacher.
9. The Negotiation
The movie follows the story of a negotiator under Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency, played by Son Ye Jin; and a weapon smuggler who kidnapped two Koreans, played by Hyun Bin. She will be saving the hostages and has only 12 hours to do so.
It tells the story of a young man who moves into a new house together with his older brother, mother, and father. On a rainy night, he witnesses the abduction of his older brother. After 19 days since he disappeared, he returns home and claims that he remembers nothing prior to his disappearance.
Out of 10 mentioned movies, have you seen some of these already? Which one is your most favorite? Or which one are you planning to watch?