The Korean entertainment industry in all its forms - music, movies, and dance - are taking on the world by storm. I'm sure you have all at least heard of a few K-pop groups, be it BTS or Black Pink, and seen a few Korean shows (hellooOoOoo Squid Game!!) The Korean film industry, having made a historic mark with Parasite winning the first foreign-language film to win Best Picture as the 2020 Academy Awards, has got everyone's attentions and interests peaked. If you're looking to delve more deeply into the world of Korean movies, or you stumbled upon K-dramas on Netflix and want to know what else you can watch, luckily there are a ton of great options. Korean cinema has a long history of creating groundbreaking movies with international acclaim, and it's a pleasure to see so many gripping movies coming out one after the other in 2022.
Searching for something romantic? Stream Tune in for Love. Are thrillers and horror movies more your thing? Try The Call, which features both time travel and a serial killer. Looking for a flick that's outside the box? The award-winning Okja by Parasite's Bong Joon-ho is genre-defying. Or, perhaps you're seeking a fun and raunchy comedy, like Seoul Searching, because we could all use a laugh right about now. Plus, there's no barrier to entry because all those movies can be streamed with English audio and subtitles. From arthouse films, to big budget options, and critically-acclaimed picks featuring beloved stars, here are the best Korean movies on Netflix you can watch right now. 2b1af7f3a8