Top 10 Best Korean Movies of All Time You Must Watch
Korean cinema is characterized by producing scary movies and successful animated films. That’s why today we list you the most popular Korean tapes that you can not miss. Discover the Magic of the East through your screen!
1. I Do not Need Love / Do not Love Me (2006)
Money has relevance in Korean movies but only for people to realize that there are more important things like feelings. I do not need love, it has one of the best endings I’ve seen, although if you prefer happy endings I do not recommend it.
2. Temptation of Wolves (2004)
Two bands led by two young people in love with the same woman. Temptation of Wolves was one of the first Korean movies I saw and it is very worthwhile because the love triangles make these stories very interesting. Discover who you choose.
3. Ride away (2008)
Created in 2008, Ride-Away tells the story of an unrequited love and a stormy past that has not yet been overcome. Starring Han Hyo Joo, one of the most beautiful actresses in South Korea and actor Lee Young Hoon.
4. Hello, student! (2008)
History where age is not an impediment to love. The plot of Hello, Student! It is very simple, where four people discover love in a fun and very romantic way, especially the last scenes. It really is worth seeing.
5. My boss, My teacher (2005)
The interest in gangster life in Korean movies is evident. My Boss, My Teacher, shows the story of one of them who pretends to be a teacher and takes revenge for the death of a loved one.
6. 200 Pounds of Beauty (2006)
Many Korean films always try to show that beauty is inside and a clear example is the story of 200 pounds of Beauty , where the protagonist will experience the change and criticism of all but especially that of his platonic love.
7. First Kiss (1998)
Choi Ji Woo has made several Korean movies but in First Kiss , he gives life to a reporter who is determined that her first kiss will be with the person she will love for life.
8. 100 Days With Mr. Arrogant (2004)
Most of us have played to make someone a slave but if that someone is a stranger can even abuse that contract. You can not miss 100 Days with Mr. Arrogant , which is one of the funniest Korean movies.
9. A Moment to Remember (2004)
What happens when the love of your life begins to forget you? Discover all that the protagonist of One Time To Remember is willing to do to recover his beloved in one of the best Korean movies.
10. Ba: Bo / Foolish (2008)
It tells the story of a young man with a mind of six years and teaches us that to love our loved ones there is no limit especially when they are only you and your sister. Ba: Bo / Fool , is one of the most emotional Korean films of 2008, so I recommend you to have a handkerchief at hand.