10 best Korean Horror movies you shouldn’t watch alone.

Here are 10 best Korean Horror movies which you shouldn’t watch alone.

1. The Wailing (2016).

Director: Na Hong-jin.
Synopsis: A mysterious sickness and a string of brutal murders grip a small village, leading a police officer to uncover a terrifying supernatural force.

2. Train to Busan (2016).

Director: Yeon Sang-ho.
Synopsis: Passengers on a train to Busan must fight for their survival as a zombie virus breaks out in South Korea.

3. The Host (2006).

Director: Bong Joon-ho.
Synopsis: A mutant creature emerges from the Han River and begins attacking people, leading a dysfunctional family to fight for their lives.

4. Save the Green Planet! (2003).

Director: Jang Joon-hwan.
Synopsis: A man becomes convinced that aliens are plotting an imminent attack on Earth and kidnaps a powerful CEO, believing him to be the key to saving the planet.

5. Three… Extremes.

Directors: Fruit Chan, Park Chan-wook, Takashi Miike.
Synopsis: An anthology film featuring three distinct horror stories from South Korea, Japan, and Hong Kong.

6. The Call.

Director: Lee Chung-hyun.
Synopsis: Two women living in different times are connected through a phone call, which leads to unexpected and horrifying consequences.

7. Monstrum.

Director: Heo Jong-ho.
Synopsis: Set during the Joseon Dynasty, the film follows the hunt for a mysterious creature that threatens the kingdom.

8. The Closet.

Director: Kim Kwang-bin.
Synopsis: A father and his daughter move to a new house, only to discover a hidden closet that unleashes terrifying supernatural occurrences.

9. Bedevilled.

Director: Jang Cheol-soo.
Synopsis: A woman seeks refuge on a remote island, only to face the brutal reality of the inhabitants’ mistreatment, leading to a harrowing tale of revenge.

10. The Mimic.

Director: Huh Jung.
Synopsis: A family moves to a rural village and encounters a malevolent spirit that can mimic human voices, leading to a fight for survival.