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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.
“Parasite” speaks to Korean audiences’ real-life woes in an intricately crafted and empathetic manner.
A group of high schoolers put everything on the line to fight North Korea—but receive little recognition or support
Lee Seung-gi and Suzy star in a K-drama, now streaming on Netflix, that entertains audiences and hints at Korea’s geopolitical status.
The latest installment in the Tazza franchise features entertaining characters & a plot full of unexpected twists and turns.
Two cops team up with a mob enforcer and illegal gambling site owner to take down a Japanese drug ring.
Two female cops take the lead on busting a spy cam ring—and gender roles too.
"Black Mirror" meets "Mean Girls" in Netflix's latest original Korean drama.