5 Touching Korean Movies You Might Wanna Check
Posted 2017/12/18 0 0
But be aware of some emotional roller coaster.
1. Train to Busan
This harrowing zombie horror-thriller follows a group of terrified passengers fighting their way through a countrywide viral outbreak while trapped on a suspicion-filled, blood-drenched bullet train ride to Busan, a southern resort city that has managed to hold off the zombie hordes... or so everyone hopes.
2. The Preparation
In-gyu (30 years old) has intellectual disability with a mental age of a 10-year-old. His mother, Ae-soon, takes care of him all day, nagging him all the time. Even though life is hard for the son and his mother, they live every day full of laughter. One day, Ae-soon is unexpectedly diagnosed with terminal cancer. She sets out to prepare for her son's independence which everyone had said that it would not be possible.
3. Miracle in Cell No. 7
The film is a heartwarming comedy and family melodrama about a mentally challenged man wrongfully imprisoned for murder, who builds friendships with the hardened criminals in his cell, and in return they help him see his daughter again by smuggling her into the prison.
Tragedy of a 8 year old girl coping with a gruesome rape damaging her internally and affecting emotionally tries to overcome all obstacles that are about to happen in her life aftermath of the incident with a good support from her family and those around her.
5. Ode to My Father
Amid the chaos of refugees fleeing the Korean War in December 1950, a young boy, Duk-soo, sees his fate change in the blink of an eye when he loses track of his younger sister and he leaves his father behind to find her. Settling in Busan, Duk-soo devotes himself to his remaining family, working all manner of odd jobs to support them in place of his father. His dedication leads him first to the deadly coal mines of Germany, where he meets his first love, Youngja, and then to war-torn Vietnam in this generational epic about one man's personal sacrifices.