Best Korean Movies 2018
Korean movies are blooming across all genres. Whether it is romantic comedy drama or otherwise, these movies had a lot of influence whatever country you are in. Here the Soft Best Korean Movies 2018 so far.
The movie is a superhero film written and directed by Yeon Sang-ho.
It was the director’s second live-action film, following his live-action movie Train to Busan in 2016.
It revolves around a security guard of a bank who gains telekinetic superpowers after drinking water from a mountain spring affected by a meteor and was used to save his estranged daughter and her neighborhood from an evil construction company.
It is a heartwarming story that explains a father-daughter relationship. The superhero isn’t just stereotypical hero, he’s only using his powers to help his daughter. Seung-ryong Ryu, the dad is so adorable, just like any other father, he would do everything to save his daughter plus his sense of humor like being a magician showing her he could make a tie dance was pretty funny.
2. Keys to the heart
This movie is directed by Choi Sung-Hyun it was South-Korean comedy-drama film. The story begins when Jo-ha which is Lee Byung-Hun bumps into his mother In-Sook which is Youn Yuh-Jung. He is reluctant to her advances in reuniting, sparking questions in our minds as to the reason for the stand-off. Then the flashbacks reveal that the mother had abandoned Jo-ha in middle school after suffering under her abusive husband.
A story of family relationship, especially in between siblings. In this movie, the music and the piano keys are medium to communicate and express the feeling even if you’re not able to speak them. Music, as it was said, is not just an art but it’s a way of redemption.
It is about a man’s quest to find an unseen boss with the collaboration of a police officer and a revenge thriller for a dead mother and a wounded dog. The story revolves around Detective Jo Won-ho that was played by the actor Choi Jin Woong.
Won-ho is a detective attempting to bring down Asia’s biggest drug cartel run by a man called Mr. Lee, who has been evading capture for several years.
The movie is a South Korean action film directed by Lee Hae-young and it was a remake of the 2012 Johnnie To film Drug War.
Jong-Su is a masculine type whose life is a sum of losses. His hometown is facing overwhelming change amid urbanization. Paju is one of many small-town regions in South Korea.
His father faces trial for assaulting a local government official, leaving Jong-su with the neglected family house and a diminished cattle farm. His mother abandoned the family when he was still a child.
The movie was selected as the South Korea entry for Best Foreign Language Film, unfortunately, it was not nominated. however, it became the first Korean film to make it to the final nine-film shortlist.
5. Be with you
By the title, it seemed like a sweet love story but it was way more than just a love story. Woo-Jin (So Ji-Sub) takes care of his son Ji Ho (Kim Ji-Hwan) alone after his wife Soo-A (Son Ye-Jin) passed away. Before she passed away, she promised she would be back on a rainy day one year later.
Be with you is a romance film starring So Ji-sub and Son Ye-jin and directed by Lee Jang-hoon. It was a remake of the 2004 Japanese film which is based on a novel by Takuji Ichikawa.
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