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Best Korean Movies

The popularity of Korean films has skyrocketed in recent years. This is likely because they are both character and plot driven. They also offer an alternative to the usual Western scripts. These films for every taste from romance and fantasy to comedy and suspense. If you're lucky, you can also get a mashup of them, all in one package. So, if you've ever tried watching a Korean movie, here is a list of some of the best around. This list of films is of course made according to the list of films provided


Korean Film Council.

Top 10 Best Korean Movies


Admiral Roaring Currents (2014)

The South Korean film Admiral Roaring Currents the star Choi Min-sik was co-written and directed by Kim Han-min. The film proved to be a huge hit with over 17 million entries and one of the most watched Korean films. The film is based on the so-called 1597 naval battle of Myongnyang circa. It is considered one of the legendary Joseon Admirals. It is the most notable naval victory for Yi. It had emerged victorious against a Japanese invasion fleet of 330 ships with only 12 ships. The film has reached a remarkable critical level and it is spreading worldwide.


The Host (2006)

This film had to go into the list of the 10 best Korean films. Directed by Bong Joon-ho and the actors Go Ah-sung, Park Hae-il, BaeDoona, ByunHee-bong, and Song Kang-ho, The host has sold more than 10 million tickets in 21 days. The film is about a man who tries to save his daughter who has been kidnapped by a monster. The film received multiple awards for Best Picture at the Blue Dragon Film Awards and the Asian Film Awards.


Thieves (2012)

The 2012 film thieves was judged by Choi Dong-hoon. These South Korean movie stars Lee Jung-jae, Kim Yoon-seok, Jeon Ji-hyun and Kim Hye-soo. The film is the No. 3 highest grossing in Korean motion picture history. It has sold more than 12.9 million tickets. The film is a South Korean gang teamed up with a group from Hong Kong to steal a diamond necklace worth $ 20 million from a protected casino. The film is full of action and comedy mixed with betrayal and double transactions.


Miracle in Cell No. 7 (2013)

Miracle in cell number 7 was produced by Kim Min-ki and Lee Sang-hun. It stars Park Shin-hye, Kal So-won, and Ryu Seung-Ryong. The South Korean film has a funny storyline that was among the best Korean films. He speaks of a mentally retarded man who has been found guilty and unjustly of murder in prison. In prison, he makes up with hardcore criminals who help him see his daughter through his break in prison. It's filled with touching family drama and comedy.


Masquerade (2012)

Masquerade was directed by Choo Chang-min, and featured Lee Byung-hun, who has a dual role as a humble acrobat and the odd King Gwanghae. Masquerade is a South Korean historical film that ranks number 5 in terms of the highest grossing Korean film of all time, with 12.3 million tickets sold. He has also received awards for 15 categories in Grand Bell Awards. The story is that of a humble acrobat who looks exactly like the king and used as a double when king faces the danger of being poisoned.


King and the Clown (2005)

King and the Clown a South Korean historical film directed by Lee Joon-ik Lee Joon-gi and Looking, Jung Jin-young and Kam Woo-sung. It was adapted from a play in 2000 about Yeonsangun Joseon. A court clown mocks a king of the Joseon Dynasty. The film won an Oscar for best foreign language film. It is also ranked among the best Korean films 6 in the Biggest Success List in South Korea with 12.3 million tickets sold.


Taegukgi: The Brotherhood of War (2004)

South Korean war film was directed by Kang Je-gyu and played Won Bin and Jang Dong-gun. The film is about two brothers who are forced into the Korean army at the outbreak of the Korean War. As of 2004 Taegukgi: The Brotherhood of War was the greatest success in the history of South Korean films. During the 50th Asia-Pacific Film Festival, the Taegukgi was awarded the award for best film. The film was able to raise $ 68.7 million in sales worldwide.


Tidal Wave (2009)

Tidal wave was the first Korean film Disaster South and among the best Korean films ever. The film starred Uhm Jung-hwa, Park Joong-hoon, Ha Ji-won and Sol Kyung-gu and was directed by Yoon Je-Kyoon. The story is that of a mega-tsunami that happened in the Sea of ​​Japan similar to that which occurred in the Indian Ocean. Millions of people on the Korean beach ran for their lives trying to escape the roaring water, electrocution and explosion. The two main characters survive the chaos that left their city in ruins.


The Prosecutor (2013)

The South Korean legal drama film The prosecutor Co-written and directed by Yang Woo-suk and played Kim Young-ae, Song Kang-Ho, Kwak Do-won, Oh Dal-su-wan Wenn and Yim. The film is inspired by a true story about the 1981 "Burim Fall." During the reign of Chun Doo-hwan, 22 teachers, students and office workers belonging to a book club were arrested without a warrant. Apparently they were North Korea sympathizers. A team of lawyers led by the tax attorney, Busan, gathered to defend the accused. Busan later ventured into politics after a successful career on regulations on rights.


Silmido (2003)

Based on the true story of Unit 684, Silmido was directed by Kang Woo-suk and starred Sol Kyung-gu, Ahn Sung-ki, HeoJoon-ho and Jung Jae-young.The film was a success, being the first South Korean film to attract more than 10 million viewers the box office. In 2004 the film received the Baeksang Arts Film Award. The film depicts the brutal events of the unity when some of the plays are based on imagination, the facts of exactly what happened is unknown.