When it comes to cinematography, storytelling, acting & background music, Korean movies never let you down at any cost. They are one of the best movies when it comes to great plot.
Whatever be the genre – thriller, romance, suspense, mystery, life & more, Korean films are perfect in all the genres. The South Korean film industry is already popular for its Oscar-winning Parasite movie.
Watching movies with your friends and family on weekends is the best. It helps you release your stress and have some great time with your loved ones. And here comes Korean movies.
Family-Friendly Korean Movies
Watching a movie with your family is a great way of entertainment & spending time with your family. But, you may be afraid of what if any dirty scene comes on the screen. It’s embarrassing, right?
To watch movies with anyone, here are some handpicked Korean movies that you can watch with your family. These films are clean with little kissing scenes & no dirty scenes. All the genres are included.
1. I Can Speak
Ok Bun, an elderly woman popular for filing complaints at the district office, finds out that Min Jae, a civil service officer, is good at English and asks him to teach her. As they study together, Min Jae discovers the heartbreaking past of Ok Bun.
2. Innocent Witness
Soon Ho is an attorney who is engaged to deal with a murder case. The only witness, in this case, is an autistic high school student named Ji Woo. To convince Ji Woo to attend the trial as a witness, he decides to meet her and befriends her for her testimony.
3. Train To Busan
Seok Woo is a fund manager who heads to Busan from Seoul with his daughter by a KTX train. However, they get stuck with other passengers on the train due to a virus breakout people who get bite turns into zombies & the survival game begins.
Seven girls become good friends in high school, then events pull them apart for 25 years. When one of the friends lies dying in a hospital, she wishes to see each of them one last time. We get to see the sunniest moment of their lives.
For his mother’s birthday, a man insisted on having the party at Dream Garden because his crush works there. When a disaster strikes, covering the sky with mysterious gas, he has to use his rock climbing skills to get everyone to safety.
6. Ode To My Father
The movie is about an ordinary man doing everything to protect his family and keep the last words he said to his father. Showing the difficult lives of people after the Korean War to the present day, this movie will witness some heartbreaking separations and struggles.
7. A Taxi Driver
Based on a real-life story, a taxi driver is struggling to make ends meet. Wanting to be driven from Seoul to Gwangju city, a foreigner is willing to pay a large amount of money. This taxi driver takes the job. As the journey starts, some unexpected events start to unfold.
8. Miracle in Cell No. 7
Prepare your tissue box because this movie will bring out some tears. It is about a mentally impaired father who is falsely accused of multiple crimes. He is imprisoned and assigned to cell number seven. How will he survive? Will a miracle happen?
Doo Suk and Jung Bae working as debt collectors while collecting debt from a woman gets her nine years old daughter as collateral. Suddenly, Doo Suk and Jung Bae become her guardians. The two men and the girl eventually form a family-like bond as they live together.
10. Inseparable Bros
Se Ha is intelligent but confined to a wheelchair, while Dong Goo is athletic but has a mental age of 5. Although not blood-related, they are an inseparable pair of close friends who have spent over 20 years together living almost as a single entity.
11. Okay! Madam
Mi Young and Seok Hwan win a trip to Hawaii. When they get on the airplane to Hawaii, things don’t go as expected. Some terrorists get on the same airplane. The passengers soon become hostages. Suddenly, Mi Young and Seok Hwan begin to rescue the passengers.
12. The Odd Family: Zombie on Sale
When a pharmaceutical company’s illegal experiments inadvertently create a zombie, the strange Park family who runs a petrol station finds it and tries to profit from it. But things turn the other way when the villagers turn to zombies.
13. Extreme Job
Narcotics detectives work undercover in a chicken joint to try and bust a gang of organized criminals. Things take an unexpected turn when their new recipe suddenly transforms the run-down restaurant into the hottest eatery in town.
14. The Flu
A deadly virus spreads all over the city. The government orders the military to quarantine the entire area. Desperation and violence grip the public as the infected and non-infected struggle for life and everything begins to spiral out of control.
A nuclear power plant in a small town explodes due to an unexpected earthquake & hydrogen gas gets released. To stop the spreading of gas & exposing the people to radiation, Jae Hyuk goes into the nuclear power plant to save the people.
16. The Host
Some unfortunate incidents in the year 2000 leads to a mysterious creature that emerges from the Han river in 2006. The movie revolves around a snack bar owner as he witnesses the worst moment of his life and this marks the start of his battle against the monster.
17. Along With The Gods: The Two Worlds
This movie of the deceased will face a total of seven trials over 49 days. As Kim Ja Hong travels the afterlife, he is accompanied by three guardians. A vengeful spirit makes his journey harder but using his mother as his motivation he continues to face obstacles to prove the kind of life he’s lived.
So, these were the 17 best Korean films that are family-friendly. It means that these movies can be watched by a person of any age, from children to adults, all can watch them with no embarrassing movie scenes.
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