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Are you looking for the best Korean thriller and survival movies? Umm!!! Or just scrolling aimlessly around Google for longer than we’d like to admit? Well, you guys are in the right place. I also watched other latest Korean Dramas, and trust me guys, you won’t regret it if you are a true fan of the Korean series. List of the Best Korean Thriller and survival movies to our site: Alive, Tunnel, Flu, Train to Bhusan, Peninsula, Basement Time to Hunt, Watching, Tidal Wave, Love 911, Midnight, Rampant, and others.
At the top, there are new dramas of 2021, a plot description, and trailers for dramas that have already been released. I personally recommend you guys to watch these Korean survival and thriller movies if you guys really love k-dramas. I’m sure you won’t regret it.
While a grisly virus ravages a Korean city, Joon-woo tries to stay safe by locking himself inside his apartment. Just as he loses hope, he discovers another survivor. #Alive” is one of those zombie movies that simply look at the apocalypse as a test about choosing hope—sometimes they struggle with it
Pan-Gyo which is Korean Silicon Valley was attacked by a Nuclear bomb. The family member who owns a venture business decided to hide in a basement in their house for 2 weeks in accordance with direction from the Korean Government. The family was started to struggle to survive in the basement day by day…
3. TIME TO HUNT
While planning a heist to escape a dystopian world, a group of young people attracts the attention of a vicious killer.
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Two friends embark on a dangerous journey to seek the cure for a lethal airborne virus that has caused chaos in a South Korean city. This one is a pretty good disease/disaster film. It’s got an interesting combo of drama, horror, rom-com, and buddy movie. I like that the heroes end up being a couple of Emergency Response Team guys (like urban search & rescue/EMTs), a smart and sassy little girl, and a barefoot young migrant worker. Okay, there’s also the little girl’s mom, one of the main research M.D.s leading the battle against the flu. Strong characters and all-around good acting.
5. Train to Bhusan
Seok-woo and his daughter are on a train to Busan on the latter’s birthday to see his wife. However, the journey turns into a nightmare when they are trapped amidst a zombie outbreak in South Korea. HELL, THIS IS ONE OF THE BEST MOVIES EVER MADE PERIOD. Incredible cinematography, an all-star cast that appeals to so many generations (18+) with phenomenal acting performances, a great script, and just a jugular of emotion this is something you can watch and there is something for most people need a cry BAM, need some scares BAM, need suspense HELLA BAM and so much more.
6. Tidal Wave
Geologist Kim Hwi visits the Haeundae beach amidst millions of tourists as he is convinced of an impending tsunami. His worst fears may come true after being denied by the disaster prevention agency.
7. Love 911
Love 911: Directed by Gi-hoon Jeong. With Ma Dong-seok, Han Hyo-joo, Jyu-ni Hyun, … It feels like they tried to squash a K drama into a 2-hour movie. A doctor tries to woo a grieving, widowed firefighter in her attempt to get him to testify on her behalf in a medical malpractice case.
Jung Seok, a former soldier, along with his teammates, sets out on a mission to battle hordes of post-apocalyptic zombies in the Korean peninsula wastelands.
While driving home for his daughter’s birthday, a man gets trapped in a collapsed tunnel and struggles to survive with just two bottles of water, a birthday cake, and a cell phone.
Life-threatening hide-and-seek between a psychopathic killer and a deaf woman Kyeong Mi, a girl with hearing impairment lives with her mother. Working at the customer call center, one day she storms out of an unpleasant dinner with the client and drives home after she picks up her mother. Meanwhile, the murderer Do Shik spots Kyeong Mi’s mother waiting for her daughter who went to park her car but changes his target when another girl So Jung passes him by talking on the phone. So Jung gets stabbed by Do Shik in the back alley and is found by Kyeong Mi, who ends up becoming Do Shik’s new prey.
I watched this around 12 am and I was so stressed and thrilled at the same time. Kudos to all cast.
Lee Chung is a Prince of Joseon, but he has been taken hostage to the Qing Dynasty. He enjoys boozing, womanizing, and gambling. He is also an excellent swordsman. His older brother Lee Young will succeed to the throne and brings Lee Chung to Joseon. He returns after more than 10 years. Soon, Lee Chung faces monsters that run rampant in the night.
12. P1H: THE BEGINNING OF A NEW WORLD
The story revolves around six boys from the stars Alkaid and Alcor, arriving on Earth to save the planet from the spread of a strange virus. The fictional virus is known to instill wrath and violence in human beings, which the boys will seek to prevent.
Watching is a 2019 Korean horror-thriller film about a career woman who is kidnapped by a deranged security operative and held captive. I definitely recommend it. Bruh, that twist at the end was triggering and insane…
14. THE EXIT
When an unknown toxic gas strikes Seoul in an unprecedented act of terror, Yong-Nam has just met Eui-Ju from college by chance at his mother’s birthday banquet. The city falls under sudden noxious gas attack and together, they must escape the panic-stricken city.
A best-selling writer is threatened when her private life is leaked and she is stigmatized. Soon after, she is kidnapped while at a bar and wakes up inside an oil drum covered in blood. In order to survive, the writer must confront her enemies and use her imagination to save herself.
“Sinkhole” is about what happens when a newly built villa falls into a sinkhole with its residents trapped inside. The residents’ families and emergency services attempt to save them. The main character, Park Dong Won is a man who finally buys his home after 11 years, only to have it fall into a sinkhole within a minute. Along with Dong-Won, there’s also Kim Seung Hyun, who ends up getting stuck in the sinkhole with him, who is his supervisor at work.
With them is also the Chungwoon Villa resident, Jung Man Soo, who works multiple part-time jobs to raise his son as a single dad.
17. TAKE POINT
A movie based on the Private Military Company (PMC) during the peak times of the relations between North and South Korea.
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