Top 5 korean movies

We will present to you the top 5 trending Korean movies in 2021.

Korean cinema encompasses the motion picture industries of North Korea and South Korean films. South Korean films enjoyed a “golden age” during the late 1950s and 1960s, but by the 1970s had become generally considered to be of low quality. The South Korean film community has given the world some of the best movies to date. Be it romantic, drama, action or thrillers. Now we will tell you about the top 5 Korean movies at present times.

1. Miracle in Cell No.7


In this movie, Lee Young Gu is a mentally impaired father, who lives in a run-down house along with his daughter of the same age, Ye Seung. One day, he gets into a physical altercation with the police commissioner, who has just purchased the last Sailor Moon backpack for his daughter, a gift Young Gu was saving up to buy for Ye Seung. Soon after, the police commissioner’s daughter dies in a freak accident while she is taking Yong Gu to another store that sells the same backpack. When he tries to resuscitate her, a woman witnesses him and mistakes him by molesting her. Yong Gu is falsely accused of the abduction, murder, and rape of a minor. The police quickly take advantage of his disability and force him to admit to committing the crimes, while ignoring exonerating evidence. Yong Gu is imprisoned and assigned to Cell No. 7, the harshest cell in a maximum-security prison.

2. Better Days

In this movie, a girl who is being bullied at school and her relationship with a tough street kid, with whom she is implicated in the murder of a teenage girl.

3. Parasite

As we all know, this movie had won Oscar Award for best regional film in 2020. So it is a must-watch movie anytime anywhere. In this movie, Kim Gi Woo is a young man who lives with his unemployed, poor family of four in a semi-basement. One day, his friend Min Hyuk tells him that he is leaving to study abroad and that he should replace him as the tutor of a rich family. Ki Taek then meets the Parks, a rich family of four who are the owners of a global IT firm. Yun Gyo, the lady of the Park’s house, accepts Gi Woo as a tutor for her daughter, and he uses Yun Gyo’s naiveness as a chance to employ his other family members.

4. Train to Busan

In this movie, Seok Woo, his estranged daughter Soo An, and other passengers become trapped on a KTX train (high-speed train) heading from Seoul to Busan during a disastrous virus outbreak in South Korea. It is a nice thrilling movie. Must Watch!!!

5. A Moment To Remember

A Moment to Remember is a 2004 South Korean film based on the 2001 Japanese television drama Pure Soul. It stars Son Ye-jin and Jung Woo-sung and follows the theme of discovery in a relationship and the burdens of loss caused by Alzheimer’s disease. The film was released on November 5, 2004, in South Korea.