If you’re looking for Korean films that examine the more challenging aspects of life, then this list of the best Korean drama movies is a great guide for you to find something worth watching tonight.
Make sure to consider Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter…and Spring, the story of a Buddhist monk raising a young boy until the boy is drawn away by the temptations of a secular life. Also included on this list of Korean dramas is Mother, the tale of a mother who searches for the killer who framed her son for a murder he didn’t commit, and Peppermint Candy, which examines a man’s life on the brink of his suicide.
So, which of the films on this Korean drama movies list would you recommend to others? Join our other drama mavens and give the most dramatic movies on this list a thumbs up, and please only downvote something if you've actually seen it. And if you want to watch something now, check out these other Korean movies on Netflix.