When you conquer the one-inch large sub-title barrier, you are treated to so many more fantastic films, said filmmaker Bong Joon-Ho, the award winner in the Academy. So we may propose that you check out a few Korean movies on a streaming site if you feel you watch each Netflix movie in quarantine, as they are going to blow you away. From comedy to thrillers, you can’t stop thinking about so many wonderful movies during the week. And hey, we have many films on my list if you’re a big Joon-Ho Bong fan.
Great Korean Movies on Netflix:
Korean films like Kdramas วงบอยแบนด์bts offer a getaway to worlds with intensive story twists and chipping scenes from classics such as Train to Busan to current works such as Tune to For Love (which we love). Check the list of Netflix’s top films below, then sit down and click on the play button with a few munchies.
● Train to Busan:
A work-loving and divorced father, Seok-woo, whose daughter wants to be born in the day with her mother, is the main focus of this classic Korean movie. The two of them board a train to Busan, unaware of the possibility of a sick woman. It turns out to be a zombie that attacks everybody else and infects them. The cinema is largely on the train but, along with fellow passengers, you’ll be delighted for the full 117 minutes. Is it ever they going to make Busan? This is one of South Korea’s most iconic films ever produced and got a lot of feedback from 2016.
The Bong Joon-ho 2017 film, so you know it’s worth a watch. Here’s the diagram without disclosing too much: The company Mirando is obsessed with raising super pigs and sends them to farmers worldwide for raising. In the South Korean mountains, Mija raised Okjah for 10 years, one day the company’s “best super pig” was crowned, and it’s scheduled for transportation to New York City. Devastated, Mija is setting out on a journey to save her friend, exposing the evil of the company Mirando. This film features a strong ensemble like Tilda Swinton, Lily Collins, and Jake Gyllenhaal.
● Lucid Dream:
Give this 2017 South Korea movie a watch if you like movies like Inception. The story revolves around the investigative reporter Dae-ho with a little rescue chance kidnapped by his son. Three years pass and Dae-ho learns a new therapeutic form that allows people through lucid dreams to relive important memories. His friend performs the treatment on him so that Dae-ho can return to the day his son was taken captive. Dae-ho finds a new path of evidence to unveil the truth, accompanied by Detective Song, who was the case three years ago.
● Tune in for Love:
Cure the emotional vacuum that Crash Lands on You, by tuning you into yet another tumultuous story of love. This film starts during the financial crisis in Asia in the ’90s. Writer Mi-su and Hyeon-woo meet in a bakery during Christmas as teenagers. Obstacles separate them with time in adulthood, even when the pair always seek ways to unite. But one holds a secret that could destroy their relationship entirely. The film lasts a decade. The tone is nostalgic and the background music is lovely. By the end of the film, a few happy and sad tears will be shed.
● Sweet & Sour:
Sweet and Sour may be an interesting comedy with Sally Rooney’s books or shows such as Netflix’s Lovesick, showing both bliss and hard times in a love story. As they get into their job in Incheon, Da -Eun, a nurse, and Jang-hyeok, an engineer, click immediately. You have a loving and sweet relationship before Jang-hyeok in Seoul has a new job with a long journey to strengthen his relationship. It also doesn’t help that Jang-hyeok begins to link with an f(x) singer Krystal Jung in his new job. Sweet and Sour are praised as a realistic representation of modern relations with the end that has created waves between viewers.
The problem is not that you know what to watch, whether you live in South Korea or anywhere else on the planet. It’s easy for us all to feel like Netflix is filled with craps or that you’ve seen all you need to see before. There are numerous reasons for this, but a major reason is how Netflix algorithms work. These are prejudicial corporate algorithms that put before you what Netflix spent, not what is good. Let’s on Netflix and enjoy Korean Movies.