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  1. A lot of you have mentioned that “A Bittersweet Life” should’ve been included in the list, and you’re right.. I can’t believe that movie slipped my mind when making the vid 😭😭 will have to have an updated vid or possibly a content on older films soon, and include it there! Nonetheless, thanks to everyone that watched and pointed that out, as well as to everyone that commented on their opinions! 🙂

  2. Many of the best films I’ve seen were made in South Korea. Blows my mind how, pretty much, perfect they are. The Chaser has got to be in my top 10 films of all time, even though the world is alien to me, it just seems so real, it’s like being there. Cheers for the list.

  3. The movies Train to Busan, Oldboy, Parasite, The Host, Ashfall and The Gangster, the Cop and the Devil, made me fall in love with Korean cinema. I love the lists of movies that you show, and I inform you that in Argentina (and in general, in Latin America) there are more and more fans of South Korean cinema. I ask you, if possible, to add Spanish to the list of available subtitles for your videos, so that more people understand them (and surely add more fans to Korean cinema). Greetings from Argentine Patagonia.

    Las películas Train to Busan, Oldboy, Parasite, The Host, Ashfall y El Mafioso, el Policía y el Demonio, me terminaron de enamorar del cine coreano. Me encantan las listas de películas que usted muestra, y le informo que en Argentina (y en general, en América Latina) hay cada vez más fanáticos del cine de Corea del Sur. Le pido, si es posible, que agregue el español a la lista de subtítulos disponibles para sus videos, así los entiende más gente (y seguramente sumará más fanáticos al cine coreano). Saludos desde la Patagonia argentina.

  4. Thanks to studios like WellGoUSA and Magnet, we are getting more Korean films here in America. I currently own about 25 of them and was delighted to see a bunch of them on this list. I honestly forgot about Suspect, I'll have to revisit that. Recently saw Deliver Us From Evil which has some pretty executed action scenes. Having said that, I absolutely loved The Good The Bad The Weird. While it may be a Western, I think it has some incredible action sequences worthy of this list. Then again, you may have already listed this on another video. This is the first one I watched of yours. To be honest, I think Korea is making far better movies than us. All we make these days are comic book films. To date, I've seen some 50+ Korean films. Only 4 of them were mediocre, meaning they were just okay. I have yet to see a bad movie from that country and it tells me that's because they put a lot of thought into character and plot. Oh, Hollywood – you have lost your ways.

  5. I just finished Steel Rain and I want to say thank you. It was tense and well paced, but what surprised me the most was the hopeful tone. So many Korean action films/thrillers end up in really dark places, which I love, but I have to be in a good mental state to watch "Man From Nowhere."

    It's nice to have another Korean movie I can throw on regardless of my mood.

  6. 15. The Outlaws
    14. Veteran
    13. Train to Busan
    12. The Man from Nowhere
    11. Old Boy
    10. Ashfall
    9. Unstoppable
    8. Master
    7. The Gangster, The Cop, The Devil
    6. Suspect
    5. Cold Eyes
    4. The Divine Move
    3. Believer
    2. The Witch Part 1
    1. Steel Rain

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