This is the updated list of top 10 solid korean film to watch at night.
6. “Midnight Runners”
“Midnight Runners” stars Park Seo Joon as Ki Joon and Kang Ha Neul as Hee Yeol. The two characters are training to become police officers and are not exactly the most qualified for the job. The two start off despising each other but then quickly become best friends. When they eventually become police officers, they find themselves witnessing a crime, so they take it upon themselves to solve the case.
7. “The Man From Nowhere”
Cha Tae Sik (Won Bin) loses his pregnant wife in a tragic accident. With nowhere to go and nothing to live for, he lives his life in seclusion until he meets a little girl named So Mi, played by Kim Sae Ron. So Mi is a bright girl who brings Tae Sik out of his shell. One day, she gets kidnapped, and Tae Sik puts it on himself to rescue her.“The Man From Nowhere” is standing the test of time. Over the years, this flick has only gained more recognition and popularity, garnering a lot of support. There were even talks of being a sequel, although it unfortunately never happened. One of the many reasons why the film is so compelling is because the friendship that this man forms with So Mi is so touching and hopeful. The two have no one to turn to or trust, but they become each other’s light in the darkest of days.
8. “My Brilliant Life”
Dae Soo (Kang Dong Won) and Mi Ra (Song Hye Kyo) are teenagers and expecting a baby. It’s not planned, and although the two know that their lives are going to be flipped upside down, the two remain positive in raising a baby. When Ah Reum is born, they learn that he has was born with a very rare genetic defect that ages him at a rapid rate. With Ah Reum’s difficulties, his parents continue to raise him in a loving and happy home.“My Brilliant Life” is another tearjerker, but a movie worth watching. The best part about this movie is that it brings awareness to a very rare condition that people in various parts of the world are dealing with. Despite these difficulties, Ah Reum is like a ray of light, and you are bounded to fall for his charming personality.
9. “The Outlaws”
Ma Suk Do (Ma Dong Seok) is a detective who is trying to track down a group of men who are creating havoc in his neighbourhood. There are loan sharks run by Jang Chen (Yoon Kye Sang), ruthlessly killing people and not afraid of anyone who gets in their way. Fortunately, there’s Ma Suk Do who is fearless and always gets what he wants. He makes it his mission to take Jang Chen and his followers down.If you’re going to watch this movie, watch it for the flawless performance Yoon Kye Sang gives as the heartless villain. It’s probably because we’re not used to seeing him swearing and killing people, but there’s something about seeing him portray this character that makes this movie so good. And then when you add Ma Dong Seok as a ruthless detective who is willing to fight anyone and anything that gets in his way, it makes for a thrilling and worthwhile watch.
Ma Jo Goo (Lee Min Ki) is a magician who is constantly trying to find new acts for his performances. Kang Yeo Ri (Son Ye Jin) has the ability to see ghosts. So when Jo Goo first lays eyes on Yeo Ri who gives off some creepy vibes, he knows he has to have her involved in his show. The two have a strictly business relationship at first, but then they begin to realize that they need each other more than they know.
Some have mixed feelings about watching a spooky movie in the summer, but this one is worth the watch. Plus, its kind of fun watching a bone-chilling romantic comedy in the middle of summer, isn’t it? You’ve got two polar opposites working together and falling in love with each other, and with the added horror elements, it’s a unique gem of a movie.
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