“Korean Horror Movies You Must See This Halloween”

The Wailing: A 2016 dark mystery movie chronicles a police officer desperately trying to save his daughter by investigating a series of mysterious and fatal happenings in a remote village called Gokseong.

A Tale of Two Sisters: This 2003 psychological horror ick is based on a folktale by Janghwa Hongryeon jeon from the Joseon Dynasty.

Train To Busan: This fast-paced zombie horror lm follows a train traveling toward Busan during a zombie apocalypse. It’s easily one of the best zombie films to come out in recent times from a genre that’s already reached a saturation point.

I Saw The Devil: Kim Jee-Woon directed the film, which stars Lee Byung-hun and Choi Min-Sik. It follows a NIS agent on a quest for revenge after his former lover is brutally murdered by a psychopathic serial killer.

Bedevilled: One of the least critically acclaimed horror movies of all time, "The Handmaiden" is a wonderful entry into the genre starring Seo Young-hee and Ji Sung-won, and directed and written by Jang Cheol-soo. This film can be if you are truly a horror fan.

The Host:The story follows the escapade of a young lady, Melanie, after being captured after the world has been overtaken by parasitic aliens with a few things named "Souls". Melanie is merged with an "Soul" identified as "Wanderer", even as the alien "Soul" attempts to override Melanie's body.

Thirst: Sung-hye, a priest at a clinic, arbitrarily volunteered for a strategic project with the aim of sterilizing a dangerous disease. However, the disease eventually conspires against the priest, almost killing him. He has made a miraculous recovery by inserting a vital amount of vampire blood in his bloodstream. He realizes that his sole reason for living is carnal pleasure.