Korean thriller movies that you need to check

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Korean thriller movies that you need to check


If you are a suspense seeker and if thrillers are your thing then you need to check out these Korean thriller movies

With Korean content taking over the world by storm, there is no way you have not watched a single Korean movie or show. Whether it is an award-winning film like "Parasite" or a milestone setter show like "Squid Game", Korean cinema knows how to give back-to-back bangers to its audience.



It's rare to not find something you are looking for in Korean content. From action-packed movies like "Train to Busan", heartwarming k-dramas like "Crash landing on you" to Korean thriller movies like "Memories of Murder" and "The call", Korean cinema has it all.



But personally, thrillers have been my favorite genre for long enough and Korean movies are good on a different level. If you are bored with all the suspense movies you have already watched and looking for something new, more twisted and thrilling then it's time for you to turn to Korean cinema. They are best when it comes to well-paced suspense, character writing, and excellent story building. If you too are a thrill seeker then scroll down to see the list of best Korean thrillers:

Best Korean thriller movies:

Oldboy (2003) - Amazon Prime

I Saw the Devil (2010) - Netflix

Memories of Murder (2003) - Amazon Prime

Mother (2009) - Amazon Prime

New World (2013) - Netflix

The Handmaiden (2016)- Amazon Prime

The Host (2006) - Amazon Prime

Bedevilled (2010) - Amazon Prime

Pandora (2016) - Netflix

Memoir of a Murderer (2017) - Amazon Prime

Try saving yourself from binge-watching them all at once

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