The best thing about Netflix? Other than its wide selection of streaming Korean movies to watch, there are no commercials and it is smart enough to skip those boring introductions and title sequences. Once you've gone through Transformers, Forrest Gump, Django Unchained, and even Sleepless in Seattle, you need more. If you are looking for something more - something with some flair, some drama, some Cannes-winning, Korean films are the right thing for you!
From multiple movies that have been remade by Hollywood to the critically renowned Korean films, here are the best Korean movies to watch on Netflix! This list has been updated as of July 2015.
When his abducted brother returns seemingly a different man with no memory of the past 19 days, Jin-seok chases after the truth behind the kidnapping.Forgotten is a 1933 American film directed by Richard Thorpe.
A poorly constructed tunnel collapses, leaving a man trapped in his car with only two bottles of water and his daughter's birthday cake to survive on.
After hearing what seems to be a murder confession from an elderly man under sedation, a doctor gets swept up in an unresolved serial murder case.
Falsely convicted of a murder and stuck in prison, a prosecutor gets a fellow inmate out of jail and enlists his help in catching the real culprit.
Needing hard evidence to convict a company chairman of fraud, an investigator bargains with the company's tech expert to turn over his boss's ledger.
Hiding his own murderous past, a man suffering from Alzheimer's must protect his daughter from her boyfriend, who he suspects is also a serial killer.
Seeking revenge on the politician and tycoon he once worked for, a gangster teams up with an ambitious prosecutor to expose their corrupt dealings.
After people in his town start turning up dead, a grumpy landlord is visited by a man who recounts an unsolved serial murder case from 30 years ago.
A poor, no-name actor decides to switch locker keys -- and lives -- with a wealthy hit man who loses his memory from a bad fall in a public bathhouse.
A deputy curator of a chaebol-funded art gallery and her husband, a politically ambitious economics professor, will do anything to join the über-elite.