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Now On Netflix: K-Movies You Should Immediately Watch ASAP

by Victoria Marian Belmis / Mar 05, 2021 03:32 AM EST
Park Shin-hye in #Alive

Founded in 1997, Netflix, an American over-the-top content platform and production company has become even more popular due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Due to indoor quarantine, people have been streaming movies even more so now. A growing genre that is garnering a lot of attention is Korean dramas and movies.

South Korean films have made headlines all throughout the world due to their unique directing style and warm tone. But this is not always the case since films such as "Parasite" and "Train to Busan" have shown the netizens that the charm of Korean movies goes beyond the norm. Even more so for "Parasite," winning a plethora of awards and is confirmed for two direct sequels.

Additionally, all throughout the world, Korean movies are now even more in demand from popular streaming sites. As much as they would want to, Netflix can only shell out films (original or not) at a steady pace. But there are a lot of K-movies that netizens can enjoy while waiting for the latest releases on Netflix.

From the underrated to the much loved, there are a lot of K movies that you could be watching on Netflix.

With that being said, here is a list of South Korean movies, organized in terms of year released, that are available on Netflix, and you should watch as soon as possible:

"Space Sweepers" - released on 2021

"Time to Hunt" - released on 2020

"Alive" - released on 2020

"Tune in for Love" - released on 2019

"Svaha: The Sixth Finger" - released on 2019

"Burning" - released on 2018

"The Drug King" - released on 2018

"Psychokinesis" - released on 2018

"Okja" - released on 2017

"Steel Rain" - released on 2017

"The Bros" - released on 2017

"Forgotten" - released on 2017

"Lucid Dream" - released on 2017

"Pandora" - released on 2016

"Train to Busan" - released on 2016

"Seoul Searching" - released on 2015

"Snowpiercer" - released on 2013

"26 Years" - released on 2012

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