19 Oct 2021 3:49 AM +00:00 UTC

5 Korean Horror Films On Netflix To Binge Watch This Halloween 2021

After Parasite and Squid Game both shocked the world with their out-of-this-world plot lines, subscribers began to search for the best Korean films and series on Netflix.

Netflix will soon have more to offer as the streaming platform as it has already secured a $500 million budget to produce and release worthy flicks on its website. Co-Chief Executive Officer and Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos also acknowledged South Korea's contribution to their success.

From drama to thriller, filmmakers in South Korea truly have more to offer their audience locally and worldwide. They also made a new standard on horror films, as Korean horror films seemingly outshined all other movies and series of the same genre.

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While waiting for new fresh content, here are some of the most recommended Korean horror films on Netflix that are worth binge-watching this Halloween.

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The Call

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The Call is a Korean horror movie is based on the British and Puerto Rican film, The Caller. Starring award-winning Korean actress Park Shin Hye, the 2020 film tells the story of two women from different times connected by a phone call.

Jeong Jeon Seo (Oh Young-sook), Kim Sung Ryung (Seo-Yeon's mother), Lee El (Young-sook's mother), Oh Jung-Se (Seong-ho), Lee Dong Hwi (Baek Mi-Hyun), Park Ho-san (Seo Yeon's father) also starred in the scary movie.

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A Tale Of Two Sisters

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A Tale Of Two Sistersfocuses on the life of a patient from a mental institution who was recently released and returned home with her sister. Instead of having peaceful lives, the sisters face disturbing and eerie events cause by their stepmother and the ghosts crippling inside their home.

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#Alive

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For a Train to Busan-like experience, #Alive offers the same thrilling story featuring terrifying zombies. A gamer who lives alone in an apartment wakes up one day seeing how their city turned into chaos after a zombie apocalypse. When he finally loses hope, he meets another survivor living across the street and starts creating plans with her.

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Metamorphosis

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Another tight-knit family's horror story, Metamorphosis, introduces a family who moves into a new house. But the supposed new beginning turns into chaos when horrifying things begin to occur inside the home.

One of the family members eventually transforms into a devil, causing them to call for a Catholic priest's help.

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The 8th Night

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The 8th Night depicts the unfortunate events while the exorcist struggles to prevent the resurrection of two mysterious beings. The evil entities used to torture human beings before they were trapped inside caskets for 2,500 years.

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