If you enjoyed our list of best South Korean movies on Netflix, then its time to take a look at what Amazon Prime Video has to offer. There is no doubt that these movies are as best as the Netflix ones. With so many amazing narratives and awesome performances, these movies are the best when it comes to cinema.
Here are some of the best South Korean movies available for you to stream on Prime Video.
A young woman is hired to become the handmaiden to a Japanese heiress. She lives an isolated life in a large countryside estate. However, it turns out that the maid is actually a pickpocket hired by a fraudster. He is posing as a Japanese Count to seduce the heiress to rob her fortune. Will their plans work out?! Stream to find out.
The Man from Nowhere
Taesik is a former special agent who lost his wife in an accident. He lived a lonely life and was only friends with a little girl next door named Somi. But, when Somi gets kidnapped by a gang, it is up to Taesik to save her. As he gets closer to finding her, his mysterious past is slowly revealed.
A Bittersweet Life
Kim Sun-woo works as an enforcer and manager for a cold, calculative crime boss named Kang. When he was off on a business trip, he assigns Sun-Woo to keep on his young mistress and find out if she is cheating on him. If so, the orders are to kill them both.
King Gwang-hae of Joseon Dynasty orders his councilor, HEO Kyun to get him a double to escape from the constant assassination threats. HEO Kyun finds a jester for the job. But soon, the king gets poisoned. Now, HEO Kyun has to keep the jester as the king until he is back and healthy. Eventually, someone from the castle starts to see the sudden shift in the king’s behavior and began asking questions.
A group of old friends gets together and celebrates their 20-year reunion. However, the cold, unhappy man Yeong-ho putting a bad effect on the celebrations. Yeong-ho’ s depression becomes more obvious to the other when he climbed a railroad bridge and was about the jump. From there, the movie takes you through the memories of seven crucial episodes from Yeong-ho’s past.
A veteran policeman is forced to return back to his old crime-fighting days when his collaborator is severely injured. He tries to figure out some way to bring the suspected aggressor to justice. However, things are not looking favorable for the veteran as he is the spoiled young man who is the heir to a mega-corporation.