We wanted to check out some Badiyaa Korean Movies on Netflix after Parasite won at the Oscars, there has been a massive increase of interest of Korean Movies Globally. Lots of Korean dramas and movies can be seen on Netflix’s main screen. But besides famous works by Hallyu such as’ Mr. Sunshine ‘or’ Remember Memories of the Alhambra’ is hidden among thousands of Netflix works, which many people know, various films and dramas. The US Netflix account presents eight pieces of recommended Korean movies and dramas that you can watch right now.
1. Inside Men (2015)
Crime, drama Woomin Ho Director Starring Lee Byung-hun, Cho Seung-woo and Baek Yoon-sik.
The movie’Inners’, which registered a total of 7.07 million viewers despite the youth impermissibility ranking, became very successful with stimulating materials and brilliant actors after its release in Korea in November 2015. Also, it received the most votes after the movie’Taxi Driver’ in the recent’Popular Korean Movies to Watch Again’ survey conducted by the CGV Research Centre. Critics say this is because the plot in the film parallels the events that have been around in the Korean society for about four years since its release, so that the audience can return to the film.
2. Burning (Burning, 2018)
Mystery Director Chang-dong Lee Stephen Yeon and Jeon Jong-seo Starring Yoo In-In
Since receiving a standing ovation from the audience at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival, ‘Changing’, an ambitious film released by director Chang-Dong Lee in 8 years, gained the public attention. After an ordinary Albanian servant (child) twenty-year – old meets Haemi (Jeon Chong-seo), the town’s childhood friend, he gets crushed by her, but soon the director of the mysterious man Ben (Steven Yan) gets caught in between them I solved it with my own cinema. Her first acting debut at the time was a new actress, Chun Jong-seo, and her natural performing skills stand out.
3. Kart (Cart, 2014)
Drama Starring Yeom Jung-ah, Jung-hee Moon, Young-ae Kim and Kang-woo Kim
Employees who worked hard in the Mart every day, such as Sun-hee (Yeom Jung-ah) and Single Mom Hye-mi (Moon Jeong-hee), raising two children and collecting living expenses, abruptly receive a one-sided notice of dismissal from the company. The appearances of those who do not give up on power and claim their rights without losing their respect are respectful but desperate too. It is recommended to include ‘Kart’ on the Netflix watch list this weekend based on the true tale of non-regular female employees who worked at Homeever and New Core Outlets.
4. The Memory of the Murderer (Memoir of A Murder, 2016 )
Terrorism, thriller Director Shin Yeon Won Starring Seol Gyeong-gu, Nam-gil Kim and Seol-hyun Seol
In the past it was a serial killer, but now a man with Alzheimer’s disease is a thriller film that smells of a man who keeps walking around his daughter and draws his past memories and pursues him. The film is based on the best-selling book of the original author Kim Young-ha, ‘The Killer’s Mind,’ but most of all it attracted many topics with the acting talents of the actors. The confrontation in Myeongbul Heojeon ‘s script, Seol Gyeong-gu and Kim Nam-gil, makes the audience get goose flesh with just a glance.