5 best Korean movies on Netflix you should watch

South Korean films have reached an unprecedented level of popularity in recent years.

This Netflix original movie follows a young farm girl who sets out to save her genetically-altered “super pig”.

Okja (2017)

Miss Granny follows an elderly woman who becomes 20 years old again after visiting a mysterious photo studio.

Miss Granny (2014)

Alive follows a young video gamer who finds himself trapped in his high-rise Seoul apartment.

Alive (2020)

Silenced follows an art teacher who starts working at a school for deaf-mute children.

Silenced (2011)

This unusual “Superman meets Akira” story features the right blend of action, comedy, and human drama.

Psychokinesis (2018)

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