Korean Film Industry is an Ocean of producing High Quality movies with Mind Boggling and Nail-Biter Endings.
Here is a list of 8 Korean Thrillers that would definitely send chills down your spine this Monsoon :
8. MONTAGE (2013) by Joean Geun-Seop
A recent child abuduction recalls an unsolved case thats nearing the statue of limitations. As a determined detective races to apprehend the perpetrator, inconsistencies in the evidence pose serious problems in this suspense and shocking tale ending.
7. MOTHER (2010) by Bong Joon Ho
Hye-ja is a single mom to 27 year old Do-Joon. Do-Joon is naīve and dependent on his mother, often behaving in ways that are foolish or simply dangerous which leads him to get into a false accusation of a murder of a girl. The case is closed, sending Do-Joon to prison but his mother refuses to let this be the end of the story.
6. OLDBOY (2005) by Park Chan-Wook
Oh Dae-Su is a husband and a father whose reputation for womanizing is well known. One day, for reasons he doesn’t understand, Oh Dae-Su finds himself locked up in a prison cell with a small TV as hia only link to the outside world. He learns his wife is dead and then he begins to tunnel his way out of Cell and seek revenge against his captors.
5. THE WAILING (2016) by Hong-jin Na
With an incredible score of 99% on Rotten tomatoes, this movie is a complete bundle of Mystery, Chaos, Suspense, Drama right from the start. The plot is about a village which is under suspicion due to arrival of a strange man. The investigating officer falls under the savage spell which makes his life take a dramatic turn.
4. THE MAN FROM NOWHERE (2010) by Jeong-beom Lee
South Korean became a favourite planet of movie production with this release. With 100% score on Rotten Tomatoes, this movie is full of action and incredible central performance of Tae-Shik who tries to rescue a girl So-mi and his mother from a Mob. This movie is filled with dark and well-honed scenes.
3. TRAIN TO BUSAN (2016) by Yeon Sang-Ho
Characters you can’t help but care about? Check. A spot of amped-up social commentary? Double Check. Lashings of bloody, bite-y mayhem? Triple Check. Train to Busan is a horror and thriller movie about a Train journey disrupted by a hellish on-board zombie outbreak. This movie leaves you yearning for more softness and might be the best zombie apocalypse movie you have ever seen.
2. I Saw The Devil (2011) by Kim Jee-woon
This movie is shockingly violent and stunningly accomplished tale of murder and revenge. The story weaves around a psychopath who kills for pleasure and Special Elite Agent who is determined to take revenge from the killer . The plot is diabolic, twisted game of life and death with surprising and nail biting twists. One of the best movies of Korean Film Industry.
1. Battleship Island (2017) by Seung-wan Ryoo
Despite having a story from Colonial Rule, this movie grossed an income of $1,104,957. This movie is everything in one and keeps the audience wanting for more till the end. Superb acting, detail, production, effects, storyline and a masterclass cast.
Story is about 400 korean slaves under Colonial Japanese rule on Battleship Island. Japanese decide to blow up the island to hide the truth but PARK discovers the plan and conspires to escape with all 400 Koreans.