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Almost all korean movies available online on internet has english subtitle.


Korea is riding on the "hallyu" movement - the globalization of Korean dramas (K-dramas) and movies . Whether it's Singapore, Malaysia, Japan, China or the U.S., viewers who watch Korean productions are enamored by the "real" acting and fascinating stories that unfold before their eyes.


K-dramas are a refreshing change for many, and some, like Winter Sonata, take them back to first loves. Others like, Dae Jang Geum, tell about history in a fascinating way with rich costumes and realistic sets.


While some viewers may find them too "mild" for their taste, many others will be thrilled to find tasteful, endearing programming that reels them in and leaves them wanting more...and more...and more....and then they're hooked only to find that they are part of the "hallyu" movement.


K-movies generally differ from Hollywood films by their exploration of domestic social issues and their often unpredictable plotting.



Korean movies have the ability to look freaky, yet they hold on to your imagination and you don't wish to miss a single scene.


The best Korean movies of all time have the ability to show contrast in their characters. The best Korean romantic movies have such a magnetic chemistry between the lead pair, that it makes one dream of finding prince charming in real life. The action is mind blowing and drama reaches a new height in the best Korean movies. You will find a unique and interesting flavor in the best Korean movies that is absolutely different from the Hollywood genre. This article will cover a list of best Korean movies of the decade that is a must watch for every movie bluff.


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FATE 숙명 (Destiny)


Genre : Action

Running Time : 123min 35mm

Opening Year : 2008



In the dark criminal world of Seoul, U-min (Song), Cheol-jung (Kwon), Do-wan (Kim In-kwon) and Yeong-hwan (Ji Sung) are close friends in a gang. One day, with the help of an older member Gang-seop (Ahn Nae-seong), U-min, Cheol-jung and Do-wan attack the gang's casino so they can start new lives. But their plan goes awry when Cheol-jung betrays them, and U-min goes to prison. He becomes the scapegoat to save his friends' lives.


After serving his time, U-min wants to stay out of trouble but is drawn back into the underworld when he sees what has become of his friends: money and power-hungry Cheol-jung continues to betray others as he climbs up the gang ladder; Do-wan is a drug user; Gang-seop is missing; and his girlfriend Eun-yeong (Park Han-byul) has left him to run a bar as the boss' mistress.


As U-min tries to solve the situation, however, unfortunate twists of fate set off one misunderstanding after another. To make matters worse, the mob boss and right-hand man Yoeng-hwan get them involved in a huge drug deal. Once again thrown into a game with high stakes and big cash, the once best friends must fight one another for their lives.




My Sassy Girl






My Sassy Girl (Korean: 엽기적인 그녀; literally, That Bizarre Girl) is a 2001 South Korean romantic comedy film directed by Kwak Jae-yong, in which the lead protagonist's chance meeting with a drunk girl on the train changes his life. It is based on the true story told in a series of love letters written by Kim Ho-sik, a man who initially posted them on the Internet and later adapted them into a novel.

The film was extremely successful in South Korea.When My Sassy Girl was released throughout East Asia, it became a mega blockbuster hit in the entire region, from Japan, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, as well as Southeast Asia, to the point where it was drawing comparisons to Titanic. An American remake, starring Jesse Bradford and Elisha Cuthbert, and directed by Yann Samuell was released in 2008. A Japanese drama adaptation with Tsuyoshi Kusanagi and actress Rena Tanaka as the leads started broadcasting in April 2008.

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Genres: Action and Thriller

Running Time: 119 min.

Directed by: Lee Jeong-beom

Starring: Won bin, Kim Sae-rom, Kim Tae-hoon

Synopsis: Having once done time behind bars, Cha Tae-sik now leads a quiet life. His only connection to the rest of the world is a little girl, So-mi, who lives nearby. So-mi's mother, Hyo-jeong, smuggles drugs for a drug trafficking organization and entrusts Tae-sik with the product. When the traffickers find out they kidnap both Hyo-jeong and So-mi. Mistaking Tae-sik for another mule, the brothers that lead the gang promise to release Hyo-jeong and So-mi if Tae-sik makes a delivery for them. Tae-sik makes the decision to face the outside world in order to rescue So-mi. However, the delivery was part of a larger plot to eliminate a rival drug ring leader, and Tae-sik is arrested. At the same time, Hyo-jeong's disemboweled body is discovered, and Tae-sik realizes that So-mi's life may also be in danger.







[News] 'The Man From Nowhere' sweeps winner awards in 2010 'Korea Film Awards'.

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"The Man From Nowhere" triumphed at the 2010 Korea Film Awards on Thursday, raking up the most trophies at the annual ceremony including its main star Won Bin who won the prize for best actor.


The action flick directed by Lee Jeong-beom took the awards for best actor, best new actress, best cinematography, best music, best lighting, best visual effects and best editor.


The movie, also starring child actress Kim Sae-ron, has been one of the hottest movies of the year, attracting over six million moviegoers during its run on the box office for several months starting August.


Won Bin, 33, had been up against Park Joong-hoon for "My Dear Desperado", Park Hee-soon for "Barefoot Dream", Choi Min-sik for "I Saw the Devil" and Jeong Jae-yeong for "Moss".


Won Bin's role as a reclusive former special agent who befriends a young girl next door has won him his second award for best actor -- the Daejong Film Awards held in late October deemed him the best actor of the year as well.


Meanwhile, Seo Yeong-hee nabbed the award for best actress with her role in "Bedevilled", ousting nominees Yoon Jung-hee for "Poetry", Jeon Do-yeon for "The Housemaid - 2010", Moon So-ri for "Ha Ha Ha" and Jeong Yu-mi for "My Dear Desperado".


Critically acclaimed director Lee Chang-dong's film "Poetry" starring veteran actress Yoon Jung-hee took the prize for best picture, best director and best screenplay.


The picture has won a total five awards for best screenplay, including at this year's Cannes Film Festival, the Buil Film Festival, Korea Film Critics Association Award and the Daejong Film Awards.





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Hallyu has brought increased interest in and favorable disposition towards Korean popular culture, such as TV drama, movie, and music. Currently, the preference for Korean culture has expanded from merely popular culture to Korean lifestyles in general, including food, fashion, tourism (to film locations) and sports...




무적자 (Moo-jeok-ja), which means Invincible or A Person without Country

Directed by Song Hae-seong (송해성)

Screenplay by Choi Geun-mo (최근모), Kim Hae-gon (김해곤), Kim Hyo-seok (김효석), Lee Taek-kyeong (이택경)


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