Explore and connect the world through a cinematic lens
Korean drama and movie fans on Netflix can expect more hits from Korea and more originals.
Season two is as fast-paced as the previous season, with more focus on themes of survival and protecting what’s precious.
Yoon Sung-hyun's sophomore feature “Time to Hunt” blends capitalist apocalypse with classic heist thriller elements.
Park Seo-joon and Kim Da-mi shine as part of an ensemble cast in a touching yet fun Korean drama.
Starring Ha Jung-woo, Korean film “The Closet” blends horror with father-daughter bonding.
Mixing Korean drama tropes with sprinkles of social commentary, "My Holo Love" will delight both die-hard K-drama fans and those looking for light-hearted fare.
Jung Woo-sung and Jeon Do-yeon headline Korean crime thriller “Beasts Clawing At Straws,” which premiered at the International Film Festival Rotterdam 2020.
"The Man Standing Next" re-interprets Korean President Park Chung-hee's assassination using elements of Shakespearean tragedy.
Korean comedy “Secret Zoo” elicits light laughter and offers slight social commentary in its heartwarming but forgettable story.
Based on an eponymous novel, "Kim Ji-young" is a quiet but effective depiction of how thickly sexism permeates Korean society.