The most thrilling Korean TV shows and movies

All Of Us Are Dead - ‘All Of Us Are Dead’ is a show based on a Webtoon series where a zombie apocalypse breaks out and threatens the lives of some high-school students.

‘Squid Game’ -
‘Squid Game’ quickly smashed Netflix’s record for the most watched show of all time, gaining over 130 million viewers in less than a month.

‘Parasite’ (2019) -
Director Bong Joon-ho made history with his 2019 movie ‘Parasite,’ which was the first ever non-English language film to win Best Picture at the Oscars.

‘Snowpiercer’ -
An America TV series based on the original Korean movie was released in 2020 starring Jennifer Connelly, Sean Bean, and Daveed Diggs.

‘Mother’ (2009) -
This tense thriller from the director of ‘Parasite’ (2019) follows a poor mother and her intellectually disabled son living in a small town.

‘Sweet Home’ -
‘Sweet Home’ is a truly terrifying drama series released in 2020. A young man moves into an apartment following the death of his family, where he lives alone and depressed. 

‘Time to Hunt’ (2020) - A group of friends rob an illegal gambling house, but the owners send a hitman to kill them one by one.

‘I Saw the Devil’ (2010) -
An intelligence officer hunts down the serial killer who murdered his fiancée in this dark crime drama. 

‘Signal’ -
This 2016 TV series is somewhat exceptional for weaving a logical and comprehensible storyline around time travel and its implications. 

‘The Drug King’ (2019) -
This 2019 gangster flick tells the story of a real-life gangster called Lee Doo, played by Song Kang-ho from ‘Parasite’ (2019). 

‘Vagabond’ -
The 2019 series ‘Vagabond’ follows a stuntman who fights to uncover the truth about a plane crash that killed his nephew.

‘The Call’ (2019) -
This 2019 movie focuses on a time warp discovered by a young woman when she begins to receive phone calls from a woman who lived in her mother’s house 20 years prior.

‘26 Years’ (2012) -
This drama centers around a real-life massacre that occurred in South Korea in 1980, when state troops killed hundreds of citizens in Gwanju. 

‘Forgotten’ (2017) -
In this 2017 film, the protagonist searches for answers after his brother is kidnapped and returns a totally different person 19 days later. Pictured is lead actor Kang Ha‑neul.

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