TOP 10 Korean Movies 2018

TOP 10 Korean Movies 2018

Korean movies are normally equipped with exceptional storylines and great acting. Amidst all this cinematic activity of 2018, you might be wondering what are the Best Korean Movies of 2018?

After watching dozens of Korean films throughout 2018, I’ve decided to make a list of the highest rated Korean movies of 2018 for you.  The list contains a mixture of genres ranging from Rom-Com, Historical, Drama, Family, War, Action, Fantasy, Tragedy etc.

1. Along With the Gods: The Last 49 Days

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Genres: Action, Fantasy
Starring: Ha Jung-woo, Ju Ji-hoon, Kim Hyang-gi, Ma Dong-seok, Kim Dong-wook
Hae Won e, Gang Rim, and Duk Choon are about to take part in Soo Hong’s trial. These 3 angels of death meet ‘God of House’, who remembers their past thousand years. Travelling between this world, the next world, and the past, the angels of death try to find answers.

Here is a look at the trailer below!

 

 

2. Be With You

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Genres: Romance, Family, Fantasy, Melodrama, Tragedy
Starring: So Ji-sub, Son Ye-jin
Soo Ah, before passing away makes an unbelievable promise to her husband, Woo Jin, to return one year later on a rainy day. Miraculously, she keeps the promise and reappears before her husband and son but all her memories have disappeared. Tragically, the relief at their reunion is short-lived, because it turns out that Soo Ah has to leave her family once again.
Here is a look at the trailer below.

 

 

3. Burning

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Genres: Thriller, Mystery
Starring: Yoo Ah-in, Steven Yeun, Jeon Jong-seo
The film is a mystery thriller revolving around a woman whose life is intertwined with two men – one rich and the other a courier who struggles to make ends.
Here is a look at the trailer below.

 

 

 

 

 

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4. Little Forest

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 Genre: Drama, Slice-of-Life
Starring: Kim Tae-ri, Ryu Jun-yeol, Moon So-ri, Jin Ki-joo

Hye Won gets tired of her difficult life in the city and moves back to her hometown in the countryside. There, she heals her emotional wounds with the help of her long-time friends, nature and food.

Here is a look at the trailer below.

5. The Negotiation

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Genres: Thriller, Crime, Political
Starring: Hyun Bin, Son Ye Jin, Kim Sang Ho
The story revolves around Ha Chae Yoon, a crisis negotiator for the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency. She ends up in a duel with Min Tae Koo, who kidnaps her boss. Who will make it through the night?
Here is a look at the trailer below.

 

6.The Princess and the Matchmaker

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Genres: Historical, Comedy, Romance
Starring: Lee Seung Gi, Shim Eun Kyung, Yeon Woo Jin
In the wake of prolonged famine, the palace arranges Princess Song Hwa’s marriage in an attempt to correct the cosmic misfortune. A renowned diviner, Do Yoon, is brought in to find the perfect husband who will have the best marital harmony with the princess. From candidates all over the country, four prospective husbands with different astrological signs are shortlisted.
However, the princess refuses to accept that her life partner will be chosen solely based on fortune reading and decides to check out the candidates herself before the final decision. As she sneaks out of the palace, Do Yoon finds out about this and follows after her.  Here is a look at the trailer below.

 

7.The Vanished

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Genres: Historical, Comedy, Romance
The body of Yoon Seol Hee disappears at the National Institute of Scientific Investigation. Detective Woo Joong Shik seeks clues on her disappearance, while her husband Park Jin Han claims she is alive.
Here is a look at the trailer below.

 

8. Golden Slumber

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Genres: Action, Suspense, Thriller

Gun Woo is an ordinary parcel delivery man who is involved in a conspiracy by a powerful man and is accused of assassinating a presidential candidate.

Here is a look at the trailer below.

9. The Great Battle

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Genres: Historical, Drama, War
Starring: Jo In-sung, Nam Joo-hyuk, Park Sung-woong
In 645AD, the Tang Dynasty’s emperor Li starts his invasion into Goguryeo, one of the ancient kingdoms of Korea. One victory after another, the Tang army marches into Ansi, protected by General Yang, the lord of the fortress. Abandoned by his country and outnumbered by thousands, the brave general gathers his men and women to face the Tang army on his own.
Here is a look at the trailer below.

 

10. The Spy Gone North

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Genres: Action, Drama
Starring: Hwang Jung-min, Lee Sung-min, Cho Jin-woong, Ju Ji-hoon
In 1993 Korea, the only country where the Cold War continues, tensions surrounding the development of nuclear weapons escalate. Seok-young Park, an arm major in the South Korea military intelligence infiltrates the North Korean nuclear facility, disguising as a South Korean businessman. While the North Koreans’ trust, Seok-young learns of secret deals between the two Koreas.
Here is a look at the trailer below.

Which movie on the list did you enjoy the most?

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Comments

  1. Banton

    If you want to watch a historical drama with many funny moments and no tragedy then Princess and the Matchmaker is a good watch.

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