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The 10 Best Korean Horror Movies

 A Tale of Two Sisters 

We're going to start with the horror classic that started it all. This movie has the plot twist of the century, the plot twist is to eliminate all the plot twists.

Gonjiam: Haunted Asylum 

It was South Korea's wildly successful contribution to the "found footage" genre.

The Doll Master 

Dolls are scary. I can write a whole thesis on that. So a movie about him is nightmare material (it's nothing like Chucky).

 The Mimic 

It focuses on the relationship between a mother and a child that she uses as a replacement for her lost child. Kinda fucked up.

 The Piper 

Korea has a habit of casting Western fairy tales into horror movies and turning them into nightmares instead of cute bedtime stories, and this, IMO, is the best.

White: Melody of Death 

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Train to Busan

If you haven't seen it, you need to get it. This was Korea's original take on the zombie apocalypse.

 Bloody Reunion

If you want something bloody and have had it with ghost chatter, then this bloody and graphic slasher should be your choice.

The Closet 

There's something about the endless darkness of a closet when it's open that feels cool, as if there's something hidden in there that even your imagination can't figure out.


The next Korean zombie movie to hit the internet after Train to Busan, this is just your classic zombie apocalypse movie.