Top 10 best Korean films on Netflix you can't miss

1. What’s Wrong With Secretary Kim


What’s Wrong With Secretary Kim is based on Jung Kyung-yoon's eponymous novel by director Park Joon-hwa and will start airing on tvN on June 6, 2018.

The drama revolves around the romance between the smart, talented but presumptive Vice President Lee Young Joon and the beautiful and good secretary - Kim Mi So. After 9 years as a secretary, Kim Mi So felt tired and decided to resign from her job, only then did he realize that he loved her.

And so he decided to tear her down in a different way. In the process, the secrets of the past when two children were gradually revealed and made the two understand each other better and closer together.



What’s Wrong With Secretary Kim


2. Something In The Rain


Something In The Rain really did not make fans disappointed when put on the screen the love story between Yoon Jin Ah and Seo Joon Hee.

The film tells the story of Jin Ah - a girl in her 30s who has a career in her hand but her affair is hot and eager to get married. And Joon Hee is her best friend's younger brother and has a crush on this beautiful sister for a long time but never had the chance to confess her feelings.

Jin Ah herself never thought Joon Hee was an adult man until she fluttered in front of his warmth.



Something In The Rain


3. Night of Memory (Forgotten)


Night of Memory is made by Jang Hang Jun - the director of the multi-talented entertainment industry in Korea because he has been in many positions in the film crew from scriptwriter, acting to constructing television programs. Figure.

One of the reasons why Night of Memory is attractive is that the story between Jin-seok and Yoo-seok, even though the two brothers, fate is very different. Yoo-seok was successful and talented while his younger brother Jin-seok struggled to navigate the future.

On a rainy night after the family moved to their new home, Jin-seok witnessed his brother being kidnapped. 19 days later, Yoo-seok was released but didn't completely remember what happened. From there, tragedy began to happen, ...

The film impressed the audience because the rhythm of the film was not broken even though the film's details were skilful and changed from horror to thriller, from action to ball, ... Besides, the image and sound were well invested. power transmission evolutions mood characters. This is a thrilling movie that you definitely should not ignore.



Night of Memory


4. Mr. Sunshine


The most anticipated project in 2018 Mr.Sunshine under the penwriter of Golden screenwriter Kim Eun Sook, brings together A-list actors like Lee Byung Hun, Kim Tae Ri, and Kim Min Jung.

Set during the later years of the Joseon Dynasty in the early 1900s, the period when Japan tried to assert its status as a great power with neighboring countries, especially Korea. Mr. Sunshine revolves around the story of the life of soldier Eugene Choi.

As a child, he was brought to the United States after the Shinmiyangyo incident in 1871 and returned to Joseon in the final years of the dynasty war and fell in love with the noble lady Go Ae Shin.



 Mr. Sunshine


5. Man to Man


Man to Man is not only jTBC's action movie but also the first Korean drama to be shown on Netflix. The movie was exclusively broadcast on Netflix from April 21, 2017 in 190 countries and is provided with subtitles in more than 20 different languages.

This new drama revolves around the relationship between the two characters: the famous entertainment star Yeo Woon Kwang (Park Jung Woong) and Kim Seol Woo (Park Hae Jin), who trained in the task force before returning. became a bodyguard for Yeo Woon Kwang. Kim Seol Woo is described as an extremely talented but also very mysterious person.

Director Lee Chang-Min has worked hard to create a movie with enough action, humor, romance, even the political brainstorming made the audience nervous.

A huge success that could immediately see the first episodes of Man to Man is the soundtrack. Extremely catchy melodies mainstreamed into sensational action scenes soon fulfilled its role well



Man to Man


6. Svaha: The Sixth Finger


Svaha: The Sixth Finger is a fascinating Korean horror, spiritual, and detective film directed and written by Jae-hyun Jang, further proving the director's ability to make horror movies extremely attractive. to act.

Svaha: The Sixth Finger - A film that follows pastor Park Ung Jae, combined with the Korean Buddhist church, seeks to bring in a new religious organization called Deer Hill that he suspects is a terrorist, monstrous, terrorist line education, prostitution, etc. However, the more he pursued the evidence and sought to unravel the Deer Hill, the more he realized that things did not seem as simple as he thought.

According to the Korea Film Council (KOFIC) data, on the first day of its release on February 20, 2019, Svaha: The Sixth Finger quickly became the best-selling film of the day, attracting 184,517 audiences. theaters, surpassing the top of the box office last week was Extreme Job with 91,852 viewers.


Svaha: The Sixth Finger


7. Memories of the Alhambra


The production of `` Memories of the Alhambra '' directed by Ahn Gil Ho, marks the huge collaboration between the famous actors Hyun Bin (Jin Woo) and Park Shin Hye (Emma).

The film takes the theme of VR (virtual reality) to create a magical, magical and magical adventure in the business trip of wealthy CEO Jin Woo to Spain - where he happens to meet her beautiful Jung Jung Joo - Emma.

When the motifs through the air, swapping time, body, etc. became boring, the Alhambra Memories brought a new breeze to Korean dramas when putting into AR (Augmented reality) Game - Virtual reality game genre that players will incarnate into characters to complete their tasks.

Besides, the beautiful Spanish scenery, the details interwoven between reality and virtual with the mysterious atmosphere, magic covering the film has brought an irresistible charm!



Memories of the Alhambra


8. Okja


Okja is a science fiction film directed by Bong Joon Ho with the investment of Netflix and produced by three Hollywood studios, Okja broke this record with the number of 50 million dollars.

With the participation of a multinational cast, the film tells the story of a young girl and pet pig Okja, a genetically modified creature created by the Mirando Group.

The company has conducted various experiments to produce a new breed of pig for sale. Successful experiments in Korea with the result is Okja and becomes the companion of the orphan girl Mija (Ahn Seo Hyun).

Their simple life seems to be just enough for her, but everything changes when the company comes back to take Okja away. Okja was selected to compete for the Palme d'Or at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival that completely proved the attraction of this blockbuster!




9. Burning


Lee Chang Dong - Burning's masterpiece - topped the list of the best films at IndieWire's Cannes film festival, is one of the highest-scoring works in Screen Daily's annual poll history. , thereby proving that he is too outstanding for an Oscar nomination.

Burning is based on the short story by Japanese writer Haruki Murakami "Barn Burning" and is changed from Japan to Korea. The movie is about Jong Soo as a fast food delivery person. One day, he accidentally runs into Haemi, a girl he knew when he was a kid, and is quickly fascinated by her erratic but mysterious personality.

Burning focuses on portraying the world of young people who have no power, no hope for the future, embracing nameless indignation and how they resent this mysterious world. The entire film sequence is told and guided by the complex changing emotions of the central protagonist Jong Soo by Yoo Ah In.

Using Murakami's short stories as a starting point, Lee Chang Dong turned his brainchild far more than an ordinary thriller.





10. Strong Girl Bong Soo


Officially aired from February 24, 2017, the film tells the story of Bong Soon from birth, possessing supernatural powers, capable of teleporting and breaking large objects that exceed human strength. often. Because of his strength, Bong Soon became a bodyguard for Ohsung's heir, Ahn Min Hyuk.

In contrast to Guk Doo, Min Hyuk is a funny man with a somewhat eccentric personality. The three work together to pursue the mastermind of the kidnappings in the neighborhood where Bong Soon lives. In the process of finding the culprit, a love triangle between Guk Doo, Bong Soon, Min Hyuk formed.'


 Strong Girl Bong Soon