Top 10

Korean Horror Movies you Should Watch 

1. Train to Busan

TRAIN TO BUSAN is a frightening zombie loathsomeness thrill ride that follows a gathering of unnerved travelers battling their direction through a countrywide viral episode, caught on a doubt filled, blood-soaked shot train ride to the Safe Zone...which could possibly still be there.

The series mostly takes place at a high school in South Korea as a zombie apocalypse suddenly breaks out and threatens the safety of the students. It is based on the Naver webtoon of the same time by Joo Dong-geun, which was published between 2009 and 2011.

2. All of Us Are Dead

3. Hellbound

Hellbound takes place in 2022–27 in South Korea. An otherworldly face called an angel suddenly starts to materialize to deliver prophecies called decrees that condemn certain individuals to Hell at a specific future time, either seconds or years away.

4. The Cursed

The Cursed is about a teenage girl who has the ability to bring death by using names, photos and belongings, and a just social issues reporter, fighting against the massive evil hidden behind an IT conglomerate.

5. Kingdom

The story follows Lee Chang, the Crown Prince of Joseon, who attempts to investigate the mysterious illness recently afflicting the King, only to find himself caught in the middle of a deadly epidemic ravaging the Kingdom of Joseon.

6. Sweet Home

After an unexpected family tragedy, Cha Hyun-soo leaves his home and moves into an apartment. Soon after, monsters begin appearing. People inside the apartment are trapped inside the building, realizing that monsters are lurking everywhere outside.

7. Geodam

When night falls on the city, shadows and spirits come alive in this horror anthology series centered on urban legends. When night falls on the city, shadows and spirits come alive in this horror anthology series centered on urban legends.

8. Strangers From Hell

8. Strangers From Hell

The series revolves around Yoon Jong-Woo, an aspiring crime fiction writer in his twenties who moves to Seoul in search of a better life. Cash-strapped, he resorts to living in a tiny communal residence or goshiwon named Eden Studio, alongside some eerie tenants.

Life on the undeveloped, socially regressive island is hard, and Bok-nam is treated as little more than a slave by her abusive husband Man-jong, his lustful brother, and the local mean old women. All of Bok-nam's love is reserved for her young daughter Yeon-hee, with whom she tries to escape for a better life.

9. Bedeviled

10. The host

An unidentified monster appears from the Han River in Seoul, kills hundreds and also carries off Hyun-seo. When her family learns that she is being held captive, they resolve to save her.

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