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5 Korean mystery-thriller movies to add in your watch list!

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On the off chance that you’ve effectively crossed that hindrance and loved to watch suspense mystery thriller movies, this rundown is the thing that you need.

Memories of Murder (2003)

Led by local investigators and detectives, the team is tasked to investigate a string of rapes and murders that have police stumped and the public terrified. The hunt for a serial killer who rapes and murders his female victims is chronicled in the film.

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This film uses dark comedy to lessen the horror, but it captivates the audience with its compelling narration about real murders that occurred in Gyeonggi Province, between 1986 and 1991.

Voice of a Murderer (2007)

The sole son of a famous newscaster vanished without a trace one day. Then the parents request police assistance in apprehending the perpetrator and rescuing their son. The kidnapper, on the other hand, continuously outsmarts the cops by giving them alternative directions for the money drop. The wait pulled out the couple’s shortcomings, regrets, and blunders one by one.

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The movie is based on the true story of a 9-year-old boy’s kidnapping and murder in Apkujeong. The boy’s body was discovered 44 days later in the Han River’s sewage. Even though the case has been closed, it remains unsolved.

I Saw the Devil (2010)

The next victim of a serial killer turns out to be the wife of a highly-trained government secret agent who turns the tables on the killer, persistently following him to guarantee that he feels the same dread that his victims had.

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This suspenseful vengeance movie is not for the faint of heart. There are violent scenes of torture and mutilation in this film. Its gritty, emotional drama has you on the edge of your seat throughout. In the end, you’ll be left wondering who the true devil is.

Confession of Murder (2012)

The film is about a cop who failed to apprehend a serial killer 15 years ago and is still troubled by it. He returns to the case in the current day after an author claims responsibility for the crimes in the book ‘I Am the Murderer’ as it becomes a best-seller and the perpetrator a celebrity.

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The premise of this film is unpredictable, and the story is compelling and full of twists and turns. You’d assume that by the time you start watching the movie, you’ve already figured out how the plot would conclude, but that’s not the case.

A Hard Day (2014)

After receiving information about a bribery probe into his squad, a homicide detective accidentally kills a man who has wandered onto the road. After instantly killing a man, he then tries to hide the body in his mother’s coffin.

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The story uses comedy to offer comic relief to a succession of calamities that transports viewers from one thrilling ride to the next.

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