Don't watch these Korean movies alone at night

We list our favourite picks for Korean thrillers that push the boundaries and give us that rush in no time.

The Call (2020) | Netflix

Seo-Yeon lives in the present and Young-Sook lives in the past. One phone call connects the two, and their lives are changed forever.

Time to Hunt (2020) | Netflix

In the near future, a financial crisis will hit Korea and slums arise. A group of young people commit to crime to survive.

#Alive (2020) | Netflix

The rapid spread of an unknown infection has left an entire city in ungovernable chaos, but one survivor remains alive in isolation.

Svaha: The Sixth Finger (2019) | Netflix

A minister who researches religious cults turns to his Buddhist monk friend for help investigating a new group with mysterious origins.

Forgotten (2017) | Netflix

When his abducted brother returns seemingly a different man with no memory of the past 19 days, Jin-seok chases after the truth behind the kidnapping.

Night in Paradise (2020) | Netflix

Hiding out on Jeju Island after a brutal tragedy, a mobster with a target on his back connects with a woman who's given up on life.

The 8th Night (2021) | Netflix

With prayer beads in one hand and an axe in the other, a monk hunts down a millennia-old spirit that's possessing humans and unleashing hell on Earth.

Rampant (2018) | Netflix

Returning from imprisonment abroad, a prince and his fellow countrymen band together to battle bloodthirsty demons in ancient Korea.

The Wailing (2016) | Amazon Prime Video

A foreigner’s mysterious appearance causes suspicion among the locals - which quickly turns to hysteria as the townspeople begin killing each other.

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