9 Dark Korean Thriller Films You Must Watch On Netflix

Toshiro Agarwal

Sep 18, 2023

The 8th Night (2021)

With a monk's unyielding determination, director Kim Tae-hyoung crafts a supernatural thriller where ancient malevolence possesses humans. Armed with prayer beads and an axe, the monk confronts an otherworldly menace unleashing chaos on Earth.

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High Society (2018)

Director Hyuk Byun delves into the ethical dilemma faced by a university professor and his art curator wife, offering a tantalizing glimpse into their moral compromises in pursuit of high society's allure.

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Lucid Dream (2017)

In a quest reminiscent of Inception, Go Soo's Dae-Ho, driven by the disappearance of his son, plunges into risky lucid dreams. Writer Kim Joon-Sung's narrative explores the depths of love and determination in the face of deception.

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Silenced (2011)

Hwang Dong-hyuk unveils a harrowing expose of abuse within a school for hearing-impaired children. Gong Yoo's character, Gang In-ho, joins forces with a human rights advocate to confront a tightly-knit community and unveil shocking atrocities.

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Time To Hunt (2020)

Yoon Sung-Hyun's dystopian thriller ensnares a group of young fugitives planning a heist to escape their grim world. Their audacious scheme attracts the attention of a ruthless killer, setting the stage for a high-stakes battle.

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Unlocked (2023)

In Kim Tae-joon's tense thriller, an ordinary woman's life unravels when a menacing stranger gains control of her misplaced cellphone, using it to stalk her every move, plunging her into a terrifying game of cat and mouse.

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Call (2020)

Lee Chung-hyeon's gripping narrative links two women, separated by two decades, through a sinister phone call. As a relentless serial killer alters their destinies, Park Shin-hye's character must rewrite her gruesome history.

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The Chase (2017)

KIM Hong-seon directs a suspenseful tale where a grumpy landlord, played by Baek Yoon-sik, unearths a 30-year-old murder case as bodies pile up in his town, attracting a determined detective in search of answers.

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Forgotten (2017)

Director Jang Hang-jun crafts a psychological thriller where a kidnapped brother's mysterious return, sans memories of 19 days, propels Jin-seok (Kang Ha-neul) on a relentless quest for the chilling truth.

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