These Are The pinnacle 7 Korean Movies  World  Film  Fans  Want to Watch Appropriate Now

These Are The pinnacle 7 Korean Movies World Film Fans Want to Watch Appropriate Now

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There are many Korean filmswhich areto be had to world fans thruquite so much of streaming internet sites such as Netflix and Dramafever. Yet which movies are urgedby ability of Koreans themselves to overseas fans?

Check out the list of the 7 Korean movies that Koreans imagine equallywould have to watch movies.

South Korea in 1986 belowthe army dictatorship: Two rural police officers and a unique detective from the capital investigate a chain of brutal rape murder. Their crude measures transform more desperate with each and every new corpse found. In reaction to a true case.

Written by Moritz Muehlenhoff [email protected]

A guy with a skill for cards makes his way into the unhealthy world of underground gambling in this crime mystery from South Korea. Go-ni (Jo Seung-woo) is a small-town guy with a large appetite for gambling. Convinced he?s on a hot streak one night timeall through a card game, Go-ni bets his lifestyles savings on a hand of hwatu, best to lose to a crooked cardsharp. Decided to get revenge, Go-ni sets out to discoverthe fellow who cheated him and win back his money.

A sour loan shark moves a friendship with a troubled schoolgirl as he faces his own troubled beyond alongside his abusive father.

The movie is based totally on a true story, the notorious Nayoung Case in 2008, in which an 8-year-old lady called Na-young in the Korean press, was once raped and beaten by a inebriated 57-year-old guy in a public toilet. The court sentenced the man to just 12 years in prison, which led to outrage in the rusticbecause of the awful brutality of the crime and the mans history of physical and sexual violence.

Story about a struggle between the police and the mob during the eyes of an undercover cop.

After being abducted and imprisoned for 15 years, Oh Dae-Su is released, only find that he needs tolocate his captor in five days.

North and South Korean superspys combat and fall in love.

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Scant Appearing for Korean Movies at Box Office

Scant Appearing for Korean Movies at Box Office

The marketplaceproportion of Korean movies in January was once a disappointing 45.6 percent, in step with the Korean Movie Council.

The choice ofaudience of Korean films become 7.63 million, and price tag sales were value W60 billion, down 45.6 % and 45.5 percent from a year ago (US$1=W1,235).

Foreign films drew 9.26 million and produced sales of W72.5 billion, up 9.5 percent on-year on either counts.

Still, the largest hit was a Korean film, "The Himalayas", which lured 2.59 million spectators in January alone.

The runner-up was R-rated crime flick "Inside Men" with 1.89 million viewers. "The Revenant" starring Leonardo DiCaprio and a CGI enduregot here3rd amongst 1.88 million, and "Kung Fu Panda 3", with an animated bear, was fourth with 1.6 million.

3D animation "The Excellent Dinosaur", without bears, ranked 5th with 1.32 million. A few of thebest 10 films, 4 were Korean, five were American, and one was British.


Korean movies opening today 2015/07/16 in Korea

Korean movies opening today 2015/07/16 in Korea

Korean movies opening today 2015/07/16 in Korea: "The Wicked Are Alive", "Polaroid" and "Miryang Arirang"

"The Wicked Are Alive" (2014)Directed by Kim HarryWith Park Byeong-eun, Kim Hong-pa, Kim Beop-rae, Han Soo-yeon, Jeon Yeok-san, Park Hyeon-ji,...SynopsisYoo-mi was a high ranked manager for a financial institution and an innocent wife to a man. This film is a thriller full of plot twists, depicting the revenges and chase surrounding the mysterious death of the woman.Sang-rim is distressed everyday by the private moneylenders because of his father"s debt caused by his unfortunate stock trading.

"Polaroid" (2015)Directed by Ju Ho-sungWith Jeong Jae-yeon, Kim Tae-yong-II, Yang Fan, Jo Min-seo, Seok Jae-hyeong, Hong Ji-woo,..."Polaroid" is a Korea-China co-production.SynopsisPlease remember this moment. I was happy to meet you in this world. Eight years ago when Yang Ming had to unexpectedly quit his career as an ice hockey player, he encountered a child, Soo-ho, who fainted on the street. Soo-ho had been living only with his childish mom, Eun-joo, without any father figure. While they were looking for a babysitter, Soo-ho chose Yang Ming as his caregiver for his heartwarming and trustful personality. Although Soo-ho and Yang Ming got along with each other very well, Eun-joo tried to keep distance from Yang Ming because he was a stranger, a man, and a foreigner. However, she soon became drawn to his warm and gentle personality. Soo-ho and Yang Ming became closer and closer. One day a totally unexpected incident happens to the three of them: Soo-ho, terminally ill, his mom, who has been living in despair and sadness, and the stranger, Yang Ming. When they find out about the unexpected turn of events, they are taken aback.

"Miryang Arirang" (2014)Directed by Park Bae-ilSynopsisI heard some electrical towers were going to be built next to our farm, so I stopped working and did my best to prevent it for three years. Once that tower comes in, we"ll all lose our land and our health too, I heard. We villagers fought hard but last October over 3000 police officers swarmed in and turned our village into a battlefield. They blocked the mountain roads, the farm roads, and went about the village as if they owned it. Watching that made me sick to my heart. No matter how much we struggle, it seems like there"s no way to stop that tower from coming here. I have a lot of things to say. Will you listen to me?


Five Must-See Summer Movies Starring Korean Actors

Five Must-See Summer Movies Starring Korean Actors

(Photo : Paramount Pictures ) Lee Byung Hun is starring in two of the hottest movies of summer 2015. He is part of the stellar ensemble cast of the upcoming action film, "Terminator Genisys" and leads the visually stunning period film, "Memories of the Sword."

In the fifth installment of the "Terminator" series, Lee portrays T-1000, the shapeshifting assassin who was a primary character in "Terminator 2: Judgement Day." In the latest film, T-1000 is a supporting role but one that drives the plot forward.

Directed by Alan Taylor, "Terminator Genisys" stars Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jason Clarke and Emilia Clarke. The film is scheduled for release on July 1.

Lee Byung Hun also stars in the upcoming period film, "Memories of the Sword." Lee portrays Deok Gi, who commits an act of betrayal. Jeon Do Yeon is Seol Rang, a female swordfighter who is betrayed by Deok Gi. She plots revenge against him by training her daughter as a swordswoman.

Rising star Kim Go Eun is Hong Ee, the young swordswoman who sets upon an arduous journey of revenge.

"Memories of the Sword" opens in theaters in August 2015.

Hallyu star Jun Ji Hyun leads the star-studded cast of "Assassination," a period film set within 1930"s Korea. The spy action film focuses on the attempts of Korean fighters resistance who depart from China to assassinate a Japanese army commander. Jun is joined by top film star Lee Jung Jae, who previously appeared opposite the "My Love from the Star" actress in "Il Mare" and "The Thieves."

"Assassination" premieres on July 22.

Han Hyo Joo is part of the huge ensemble cast of "The Beauty Inside," an upcoming arthouse romantic comedy. She portrays Yi Soo, a woman who is in love with a man who assumes a different body each day he wakes up. The role of Woo Jin, her lover, is portrayed by over twenty actors and actresses. The cast includes Park Shin Hye, Lee Hyun Woo, Yoo Yeon Seok, Lee Dong Wook, Park Seo Joon and Lee Beom Soo.

"The Beauty Inside" is scheduled to premiere in August 2015.

Hwang Jung Min follows the success of "Ode to My Father" with his portrayal of Detective Seo Do Cheol in "Veteran." "Veteran" also stars Yoo Ah In as Jo Tae Oh.

"Veteran" premieres on August 5.


About the writer: Adrienne Stanley is a contributing editor for KDramastars. She is also a contributing writer forKpopstarz, MTVIggyand CJ Entertainment"s KCON blog. Her passions include a love of K-pop and Asian drama. When she is not writing, she is hanging out on Twitter (@retrogirladdy).


Korean movies opening today 2015/06/25 in Korea

Korean movies opening today 2015/06/25 in Korea

Korean movies opening today 2015/06/25 in Korea: "Intimate Enemies", "Minor Views", "Looking for My Family", "All About My Father", and "Made In China"

"Intimate Enemies" (2015)Directed by Lim Sang-sooWith Ryoo Seung-beom, Ko Joon-hee, Ryoo Hyeon-kyeong, Samuel Okyere, Kim Eung-soo, Jeong Won-joong,...Formerly known as "No Today For Us" and "There"s No Today" and "My Friendly Menaces" and "My Friendly Villains"SynopsisA man and a woman with no family or money, take revenge on the corrupted society.

"Minor Views" (2013)Directed by Kim Seong-jeWith Yoon Kye-sang, Yoo Hae-jin, Kim Ok-bin, Lee Kyeong-yeong, Kim Ee-seong, Jang Gwang,...SynopsisBased on the original by Son Ah-ram, this movie is about the "Yongsan Crisis". The leading character becomes a civil lawyer without special will but ends up defending Park Jae-ho who killed a policeman at the scene of crisis.

"Looking for My Family" (2015)Directed by Kim Hyeong-beom-IWith Choi Won-yeong, Ryoo Hye-won, Kim Yoon-yeong-I, Kang San,...SynopsisThe story begins with Tae-seong (Choi Won-yeong) and Yeon-hee (Ryoo Hye-won) heading for the child care facility with the hope of meeting the child they lost 6 years ago. They are divorced now but they were a married couple and had a child. They should have been happy but Tae-seong and Yeon-hee weren"t. Min-goo (Kang San) is also confused about this situation. He"s happy that he found his parents whom he thought never existed but he"s also very careful about the situation. The three of them spend a night at a motel around the center. Tae-seong suggests to Yeon-hee, now that they found Min-goo, to forget about the past and live together again as a family. However, Yeon-hee refuses. Not only that, the next morning, she leaves without a word to Tae-seong and Min-goo. Tae-seong isn"t sure he can take care of Min-goo so he returns the child to the child care center and runs back to Seoul. Can these three become a family again?

"All About My Father" (2010)Directed by Hwang Hee-kyung, Kim Hun, Lee Sang-woo-IVWith Lee Sang-woo-IV, Jeong Tae-won-II, Han Jong-hoon, Gil Deok-ho, Kim Hun, Lee Kwang-soo,...SynopsisAn omnibus queer movie about three fathers with families. Part 1: "My Father"s Desire" is about a father who feels desire because of his son.Part 2: "My Father"s Truth" is about father and son, who are drawn to one man.Part 3, "My Father"s Secret" talks about a father who finds a gay magazine in his kindergartener son"s bag.

"Made In China" (2014)Directed by Kim Dong-huWith Park Ki-woong, Han Chae-ah, Yoo Jae-myeong, Lim Hwa-yeong, Kim Yoon-tae, Seon Hak,...SynopsisProduced by Kim Ki-duk Films, this movie uniquely deals with the subject of Chinese eels, to express the introspection of humans.


Lets take a look at all the amazing Korean American Actors  who  are advised  to take part in the korean movies

Lets take a look at all the amazing Korean American Actors who are advised to take part in the korean movies

8 Korean American Actors Who Should Be in K-Dramas Because if you’re going to write a Korean American character into a K-Drama, at least do the role some justice.

I can’t tell you how many times I’ve heard some unfortunate English dialogue awkwardly shoved in and thoughtlessly carted off as someone’s native tongue. (Read: Stop faking it, K-Drama world. You’re not fooling anyone.)

Need ideas? So glad you asked. Some of the actors below you’ll know very well, while others may be brand spankin’ new to your face. All have concrete performing backgrounds, and can dish out a bit of Korean along with legit American English.

1. Steven Yeun, The Walking Dead

Steven Yeun

He may be known primarily as a dramatic actor battling zombies on AMC’s “The Walking Dead,” but Steven Yeun has a knack for comedy and a solid improv background. The Detroit native has already worked with 2NE1’s Sandara Park and K-Drama thesp Park Hyuk Kwon (“Producer”). Check it out in Whats Eating Steven Yeun below:

Bonus: if you write him into a scene at a Korean spa, he’s no stranger to getting scrubbed down on camera.

2. Justin Chon, Seoul Searching

Justin chon twitter

Other Credits: Twilight films, 21Over, Sin City Saints

Justin Chon is all over the place. The actors been especially coming into his own in recent years with “Revenge Of The Green Dragons” and “21Over,” while emerging as a creative producer with his own YouTube channel, often collaborating with fellow online talent Kevin Wu (including features “Man Up” and “Hang Loose”).

The Orange County-based actor now stars in this year’s “Seoul Searching,” which portrays teens spending the summer in Seoul in the ‘80s.

I liked his interesting turn in short film “Jin” (2011) (on iTunes), but I also count his heart-to-heart with #4 on our list as one of my favorite Youtube vids.

Bonus: He’s appeared in the web series Ktown Cowboys.

3. Ki Hong Lee, The Maze Runner


Other Credits: Everything Before Us, Unbreakable Kimmy SchmidtThe Nine Lives Of Chloe King

On the big screen, Ki Hong Lees part of the cast of the massive “Maze Runner” films (based on the novels by James Dashner), with the series next installment due out later this year. Hes guest starred on Netflix gem “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” as Kimmy’s love interest, Dong Nguyen. The actor once graced the stage at East West Players (the oldest Asian American theater in the US), and has built recognition while working with Wong Fu Productions.

He could play an American character visiting his cousins in Korea. I mean, he probably has them in real life anyway. (Check out the clip at about 00:40 below.)

4. David So, YouTube

David So

What’s not to like about David So? Just seeing him onscreen makes people happy. I’ve yet to see him in a dramatic role, but he’s got the comedic side downjust take a look at his channelvlogs, sketches, and all. Hes oozing with so much talent, he could even bust out some RB if need be (he has a music channel, too). Check out his deliciously fun parody of a certain North Korean leader below, complete with Korean dialogue:

5. Arden Cho, Teen Wolf


And David’s co-star of the above video, as his significant other? In case you’re wondering where else you’ve seen her, Arden Cho has played Kira Yukimura on “Teen Wolf” and has collaborated with plenty of YouTube talents, including Ryan Higa and the Wong Fu troupe. Her credits also include a round of modeling and hosting duties.

6. Sung Kang, the Fast and Furious films

Sung kang

Other Credits: Bullet To The Head, Gang Related, Better Luck Tomorrow

Sung Kang has a look that reminds me of one of those timeless matinee idols. The actors probably one that audiences have known longer, from the Fast and Furious franchise or maybe Better Luck Tomorrow. He’s originally a Georgia peach and has mastered the cool and brooding, but has taken on more romantic characters in indie features like “Sunset Stories” and “4 Wedding Planners.” Id argue that others owe him props for helping open doors for other Asian American actors in Hollywood.

He’s even done a bit of K-Drama parody on MadTV way back when.

Fun fact: Sung Kang was once featured in a g.o.d. music video, “Lie.” Small world, right?

7. Nancy Lee, Wedding Palace


No stranger to the stand-up comedy circuit, Nancy Lee has versatility when it comes to creating characters. (Just check out her self-produced reel.)

I was pleasantly surprised to see her in the indie “Wedding Palace”; the comedienne does have a gift for playing a tremendously great ahjummabecause what point is there in portraying an ahjumma character, unless its the most spectacular ahjumma that ever lived? (Shes the one applying lipstick in the video below.)

8. Julia Cho, The Lizzie Bennet Diaries

Julia Cho

Julia Cho has guest starred on “Scandal,” “Silicon Valley” and “Real Husbands Of Hollywood,” but may be mostly known for her turn as Charlotte Lu on “The Lizzie Bennet Diaries.” I’m a fan of her guest star role (albeit much too brief) on “The Office” a while back (starting at 5:03). Cho played a daughter giving her mother a heads up (in Korean! With Amy Hill!) on a gay couple coming in for a couples discount. The thesp is very active on the theater scene, starring in “99 Histories” and flexing producing muscle with theater collective Artists At Play.

Which one of these actors would you most want to see swap dialogue with Kim Woo Bin or Gong Hyo Jin in a K-Drama? As Jung Kyung Ho’s visiting cousin? Kang So Ra’s lovelorn crush? Kim Young Kwangs college roommate? The possibilities are endless.



Everything you need to know about the  New F4 of  Korean movies

Everything you need to know about the New F4 of Korean movies

The New F4 of K-Dramas Move over, Lee Min Ho and Co.: theres a new set of fresh-faced flower boys breakin hearts. It takes a fierce kind of presence to take over the legacy of a member of F4. (Dont know what F4 is? See Boys Over Flowers.) They steal scenes from acting heavyweights, stir hallways with gossip, and have the kind of looks that make jaws drop. Watch out for these latest gents on K-drama screens: theyre tall, theyre handsome, and theyre just getting started.

1. Ji Soo, Angry Mom

ji soo angry mom 2

Gravelly voice? Check. Darkly brooding enough to own the moment? Check. Actor Ji Soo turned up in a big way in this years explosive Angry Mom, and we noticed. Lets see some leading roles soon, yeah?

2. Kim Kwon, Heard It Through The Grapevine

Kim Kwon had me doing a serious double-take in Heard It Through The Grapevine. As a freshly minted young lawyer, Kim Kwon smoothly carried the role of academic wunderkind with a dash of dapper elitism. And I thought Lee Joon had all the flower boy moments covered in the dramanope, weve got more reason to swoon.

3. Lee Tae Hwan, Pride and Prejudice

Lee Tae Hwan, a member of acting group 5urprise, first caught my eye on King Of High School as Tae Suk, one of Seo In Guk’s hockey-playing besties. What followed was a sizable role in Pride and Prejudice alongside Choi Jin Hyuk as a series regular.

4. Kim Hyun Joon, Plus Nine Boys

Kim Hyun Joon more recently appeared in Hogus Love, but Im partial to his role as Park Jae Bum in Plus Nine Boys. Awkwardly stiff and not so smooth with the ladies, Kim Hyun Joons character had the hots for Kyung Soo Jin and found a romantic rival in Kim Young Kwang.

Who wouldnt mind having any of these four dons accompany them while doinganything?

Honorable Mentions

Go Kyung Pyo, Tomorrows Cantabile

Go Kyung Pyo

He was lovably nutty in Tomorrows Cantabile, impossibly cute in The Flower Boy Next Door, and is next appearing in the latest installment of the Answer Me series, Answer Me 1988.

Nam Joo Hyuk, School 2015

Starring in the current drama School 2015, Nam Joo Hyuks got an innocent mug and a knack for sweetly goofy and easygoing characters. (See also his adorable, satoori-speaking role in Surplus Princess.)

With all this gorgeousness onscreen, I just hope you can handle it.



Kim Soo Hyun and Gong Hyo Jin appeared to have  been   voted  for  the title of  most likable Male and Female Drama Leads  in  korean  movies

Kim Soo Hyun and Gong Hyo Jin appeared to have been voted for the title of most likable Male and Female Drama Leads in korean movies

Kim Soo Hyun and Gong Hyo Jin Voted as Most Well-Liked Male and Female Drama Leads Kim Soo Hyun and Gong Hyo Jin have been voted as the most well-liked actors in a recent study by KOBACO (Korea Broadcast Advertising Coporation) after looking into the PEI (Program Engagement Index).

The results of this study, which focused on 3,655 male and female regular drama viewers between the ages of 13 and 59, were revealed on May 21.

Actor Kim Soo Hyun recorded 33.6% of the total votes, followed by Ji Sung (27.0%), and Cha Seung Won (24.9%). On the other hand, actress Gong Hyo Jin recorded 34.8% of the total votes, followed by Ha Ji Won (31.8%), and Lee Bo Young (24.2%).

A representative of KOBACO shared, “We are looking forward to the rising trend of KBS’ ‘Producer,’ starring Kim Soo Hyun and Gong Hyo Jin, the most supported actors by both men and women.”

Furthermore, the best drama couple chosen by viewers are the main leads of “Man from the Stars,” Kim Soo Hyun and Jun Ji Hyun (12.5%), followed by Ji Sung and Hwang Jung Eum of “Kill Me, Heal Me” and “Secret Love” (10.1%), as well as So Ji Sub and Gong Hyo Jin of “Master’s Sun” in third place (7.6%).

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Korean movies opening today 2015/05/21 in Korea

Korean movies opening today 2015/05/21 in Korea

Korean movies opening today 2015/05/21 in Korea: "The Treacherous", "Alive" and "Mak-Girls"

"The Treacherous" (2014)Directed by Min Gyoo-dongWith Joo Ji-hoon, Kim Kang-woo, Cheon Ho-jin, Lim Ji-yeon, Lee Yoo-young, Cha Ji-yeon,...SynopsisBased in the Joseon King Yeonsan"s reign, this film deals with the king and his servant and a treacherous subject who butters up the king.

"Alive" (2014)Directed by Park Jung-bumWith Park Jung-bum, Lee Seung-yeon-I, Park Myeong-hoon-I, Shin Haet-bit, Park Hee-bon, Lee Eun-woo,...SynopsisJungchul lives in the mountain village with his sister and the sister"s daughter. He is frustrated as his mentally challenged sister sometimes wanders around the street or severely hurts herself, and a trusted colleague stole all of his hard-earned money by working at construction sites. Trying to earn some money to get by the cold winter, Jungchul finds a job at the soybean paste factory where his sister works, and the owner is satisfied with his work. Jungchul tells the owner that younger workers will speed up the process and tries to bring his colleagues to work there. The village elders who worked there are suddenly laid off and Jungchul becomes their enemy. In The Journals of Musan(2010), Director Park Jungbum depicted a youth facing survival difficulties, and in Alive, he, again, has the main character in a desperate situation. Characters in Aliveare at dramatic crossroads. Their breakdowns are as shocking as that in The Journals of Musan. (NAM Dong-chul)FestivalsJeonju International Film Festival (2014) - JEONJU DIGITAL PROJECT 2014Busan International Film Festival (2014) - Korean Cinema Today-PanoramaToronto International Film Festival (2014)Locarno International Film Festival (2014) - International Competition

"Mak-Girls" (2013)Directed by Kim Ki-youngWith Hong Ah-reum, Changjo, Kim Min-yeong, Im Won-hee, Yang Taek-jo, Ko Eun-mi,...SynopsisFemale students from the Chungjoo Yeseong Girl"s High School develop a new kind rice wine and patent it. This drama is about high school students helping their beloved father continue their family business.


Lets  review  all  the  beautiful  dance  moves  from  the  popular Korean movies

Lets review all the beautiful dance moves from the popular Korean movies

Top 5 Dance Scenes in K-Dramas Tango, anyone?

Dance scenes in K-dramas can be a flirtatious exchange or a chance to show off. Other times they can be a gentlemanly act, a bold statement, or pure fun just watching people tumble and fumble in the process. Here are 5 of my favorite dance scenes!

1. Secret Garden Episode 14: Joo Won and Gil Ra Im

Med shot dance secret garden

Our OTP finally meet after a litany of obstacles and naysayers in Secret Garden. Company honcho Joo Won (Hyun Bin) dances with stuntwoman Gil Ra Im (Ha Ji Won) in front of a horde of gawking clients.

secret garden duo dance

It was the kind of dance that was a statement to the world: We love each other, and aint a damn thing you can do about it. If this doesnt make you all warm and fuzzy, I dont know what will.

The reunion is sweetened by a kiss. And another one. The I dont care if my companys stock goes down because of this kind of kiss, which unexpectedly turns into a make-out session (which I count as an additional victory for boundary-pushing displays of affection onscreen in Korea).

secret garden dance kiss scene

2. Boys Over Flowers Episode 3: Ji Hoo and Geum Jan Di

boys over flowers dance

Cause theres sweet satisfaction in wiping the smirks off the faces of mean girls by taking to the floor with a pretty member of F4. Spirited heroine Geum Jan Di (Ku Hye Sun) glides on the dance floor with Ji Hoo (Kim Hyun Joong), the ever-so-knightly friend. Nice way to not only put on a brave face after getting played, but steal the show while youre at it.

Jan Di was so giddy it looked like she was dancing with a hanger in her mouth.

bof dance collage boys over flowers

Take note, Gentlemen: never leave a beautiful girl alone on the dance floor.

3. Dream High Episode 6: Jin Gook and Hye Mi

dream high ep 6 dance

Couldn’t get enough of this dance scene with Hye Mi (Suzy) unapologetically kicking Jin Gook (Taecyeon) during dance rehearsals in Dream High. Sandwiched by a jealous Sam Dong (Kim Soo Hyun) picking the two apart and Teacher Yang (Park Jin Young) cozying up to a reluctant Jin Gook (who breaks character), the scene made for a tasty little dancing treat. (Sidenote: move over, Suzy and JYPIll dance with Taecyeon).

dream high ep 6 shin dance

4. Mr. Baek Episode 7: Choi Dae Han In His Living Room

mr. baek dance scene

I cant deny the thrill of watching a trained professional who knows exactly what hes doing.

Lee Joons character in Mr. Baek is exactly that. Choi Dae Han, of the groomed-for-corporate-greatness variety, dances in the living room in defiance of his fatheras a kid, he wanted to pursue dance, but the old man was completely against it. Luckily, Lee Joon is schooled in modern dance, and those pirouettes were a living testament to that. Id let Black SwanI mean, Lee Joongive me tips on spotting any day.

Lee Joon mr baek dance collage

5. Scent Of A Woman Episode 8: Lee Yeon Jae and and Kang Ji Wook

scent of a woman dance

I saved the best for last: the red hot sparks between Lee Yeon Jae (Kim Sun A) and Kang Ji Wook (Lee Dong Wook) set this tango on fire! All the pent up emotions and undeclared feelings leading up to it culminated in one of the sexiest scenes in K-drama history. And it doesn’t even involve a kiss (gasp). Lee Dong Wook never looked so irresistible. (Careful while watching this one: your screen might overheat.)

scent of a woman sexy dance scene

I want more dance scenes! Are you listening, K-drama writers?

Which dance scenes were your favorite? Which ones do you think should be added to this list?