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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 a real story, "Kim Ji-young" is a quiet but effective depiction of how thickly sexism permeates Korean society.
Discover the top Korean dramas of 2019 across genres like historical, romance, action, and more—with streaming links included.
Starring Lee Byung-hun, Ha Jung-woo, Bae Suzy, and Ma Dong-seok, “Ashfall” (a.k.a. “Baekdusan”) combines big-budget Hollywood tropes with inter-Korean politics.
Discover the top Korean movies of 2019, across genres like action, drama, comedy, romance, crime and more.
Hyun Bin and Son Ye-jin headline the amusing and geopolitically relevant drama "Crash Landing On You,” showing on Netflix and tvN.