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13 Must Watch Korean Romantic Movies

Koreans Cinema are best known for their romantic genre of the movies they produce. Korean Romantics are some of the most heart-touching and beautifully directed movie that are sure enough to sway away the hearts. There is something in every one of these Korean Romantic Movies that make them an impeccable movies and these Romantic Korean Movies lives in our heart always. Here is list of some of the most romantic Korean Movies and Must watch movies .

Top Romantic Korean Movies For Couples

My Girl and I

My Girl and I

My Girl and I (Pic: showwallpaper.com)


Directed By– Yun-su Chong
Starring– Tae-hyun Cha, Hae-suk Kim, Yun-seok Kim
Su-Eun a beautiful student saves his colleague Su-Ho from drowning in the sea. Su-Ho nonetheless, does not know who saved him, until Su-Eun lets him know after a while. The adoration between them begins to develop, clearly vast. But then something ghastly happens. My Girl and I is one of the movies in which you cant stop your heart to cry for once.

More Than Blue

More Than Blue

More Than Blue (Pic: hancinema.net)


Directed By-Tae-Yeon Won
Starring– Sang-woo Kwon, Bo-young Lee, Beom-su Lee
“K” loves Cream but has terminal cancer so he keeps his love for her secret and tries to find a mate for her before he dies so she will not be alone after he dies.

My Sassy Girl

My Sassy Girl

My Sassy Girl (Pic: cityonfire.com)


Directed By– Jae-young Kwak
Starring– Tae-hyun Cha, Gianna Jun, In-mun Kim
My Sassy Girl is apparently the best Korean sentimental comedy of up to date times. Directed by Kwak Jae-yong , stars Tae-hyun Cha as Kyun-charm, a geeky kindhearted school understudy got in an odd on-off beau sweetheart scenario with a wonderful yet erratic and some of the time savage ‘the young lady’, played by the gifted and magnetic model/actress Jyun Ji-Hyun .

A Moment To Remember

A Moment To Remember

A Moment To Remember (Pic: evrenselfilm.net)


Directed By– John H. Lee
Starring– Woo-sung Jung, Ye-jin Son, Jong-hak Baek
A Moment to Remember is a charming story of youthful sentiment and persevering love plagued by a catastrophe. This was one of the first Korean Movie with the topical substance rotating around Alzheimer’s Disease. A Moment to Remember is a splendid and profound sentimental catastrophe that even the fans of others classes will acknowledge.

Innoncent Steps

Innoncent Steps

Innoncent Steps (Pic: Wiki )


Directed By– Park Young-hoon
Starring– Moon Geun-young , Park Gun-hyung
With sentimental topic “Success can not carry you delight if the one you adore is far away” Innoncent Steps is an extraordinary romantic motion picture based upon dance expert Na Young-sae (Park Gun-hyung) who instructs ang Chae-min (Moon Geun-adolescent) and they in the end fall in love with each other.

Daisy

Daisy

Daisy (Pic: cinema.lk)


Directed By– Wai-keung Lau
Starring– Gianna Jun, Woo-sung Jung, Sung-jae Lee
Daisy is an ambitious love-triangle between a artist Hye-young (Jun Ji-hyun), a professional hit man Park Yi (Jung Woo-sung), and an Interpol detective Jeong Woo (Lee Sung-jae) on his tail.

A Millionaire’s First Love

A Millionaire's First Love

A Millionaire’s First Love (Pic: dramastyle.com)


Directed By– Tae-gyun Kim
Starring– Hyun Bin, Yong-joon Cho, Do-hyeon Lee
A Millionaire’s First Love is a story of a careless and tough Millionaire Jae-Kyung (Hyun-Bin ) a high school senior, If he turns 19 years means, he could be a millionaire by inheriting his deceased grandfather’s wealth. But the will by his grandfather has something to do with. Inorder to get will he had to move in remote area where he meets Eun-Hwan (Lee Yeon-Hee) a pretty girl. Things change Jae-Kyung’s mind and became close to their new friends. Eventually he fell in love with Eun-Hwan and things become strong after he knows about her secrets.

My Little Bride

My Little Bride

My Little Bride (Pic: Wiki)


Directed By– Ho-joon Kim
Starring– Rae-won Kim, Geun-Young Moon, Sun-yeong Ahn
A teenage girl tries to continue her normal social and school life, after her grandfather forces her into an arranged marriage with a man in his twenties.

Il Mare

Il Mare

Il Mare (Pic: Wiki )


Directed By– Hyun-seung Lee
Starring– Jung-Jae Lee, Gianna Jun, Mu-saeng Kim
Motivated by the Keanu Reeves and Sandra Bullock featuring 2006 sentimental hit, The Lake House. Featuring Jun Ji-hyun and Lee Jung-jae, Il Mare is a delightfully paced remarkable story of sentiment between a architecture and a pretty voice-on-screen character who fall in love with one another, even while never having met regardless of living in the same house.

Windstruck

Windstruck

Windstruck (Pic: hd4vn.com)


Directed By– Jae-young Kwak
Starring– Gianna Jun, Hyuk Jang, Su-ro Kim
The heart-warming romance story between Kyungjin and Myungwoo. Even though he has passed away, he will be always with Kyungwoo forever.

Failan

Failan

Failan (Pic: Wiki )


Directed By– Hae-sung Song
Starring– Min-sik Choi, Cecilia Cheung, Dae-Hoon Jeong
The film stars Hong-Kong on-screen character Cecilia Cheung as a honest Chinese outsider Failan who comes to Korea in pursuit of her folks, and Min-sik Choi as a lowly gangster Kang-Jae, who concurs for a “fake” marriage with Failan. Their main time together is a short gathering at the enrollment office. For Failan, Kang-Jae’s demonstration of graciousness fills her with feelings of fondness and reverence, emotions communicated through letters that Kang-Jae later identifies, just past the point of no return, however inspiring a feeling of affection and yearning, for his “obscure” wife whom he can scarcely remember.

200 Pounds Beauty

200 Pounds Beauty

200 Pounds Beauty (Pic: Wiki )


Directed By– Yong-hwa Kim
Starring– Ah-jung Kim, Jin-mo Ju, Yong-geon Kim
Hanna is the famous Korean pop singer. She suffers from having extremely poor self-esteem, as she has been ignored because of her appearance. At last, she makes the decision of a lifetime to have full-body plastic surgery.

The Classic

The Classic

The Classic(Pic: Wiki )


Directed By– Jae-young Kwak
Starring– Ye-jin Son, In-seong Jo, Seung-woo Cho
The Classic is regareded as one of the most famous and romantic korean movie directed by Kwak Jae-yong, undoubtedly the most productive Korean Director of romantic movies behind hits, for example My Sassy Girl, Windstruck around others. The main lead role is of Ji-hye (Son Ye-jin) who identifies a stash of letters and a journal left by her mother and studies of her unfortunate love story, depicted in flashbacks. However small does Ji-hye understand that her own unrequited emotions for an individual Sang-min (Zo In Sung) is universe’s method for satisfying a loop that compasses over the two eras.












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