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K-Movies Are Becoming Easier To Watch

BY Julie Jones | Feb 02, 2016 02:04 PM EST

Jang Geun Suk
(Photo : The Happy Life)

If you're not in the mood to commit to a whole drama, you may want to check out a k-movie. Haven't tried one? K-movies offer some of the same fun, the same actors and the cool insight into Korean culture that the dramas do. And it has become so much easier to see k-movies wherever you live in the world.

Here are 10 that you may want to check out that are currently featured on DramaFever's new CJ E&M Movie Channel.

"The Happy Life"

If you're a fan of Jang Geun Suk's work in dramas such as "You're Beautiful" or "Mary Stayed Out All Night," check out this film in which he becomes the front man of an aging rock band.

"Penny Pinchers"

Enjoying Han Ye Seul in "Madame Antoine?" Excited about seeing Song Joong Ki in "Descendants of the Sun?" The actors team up in this film about a conscientious young woman who is obsessed with saving money. She teams up with her handsome but clueless neighbor in a money-making scheme.

"Venus Talk"

Uhm Jung Hwa stars in comedy about women in their 40s. They have kids moving out and younger boyfriends moving in. It's a must for "I Need Romance" fans.

"Friend 2"

If you have not yet seen this Kim Woo Bin film, check it out.  Also known as "Friend: The Great Legacy," the film takes place 17 years after the hit original, following three generations of gangsters as they compete for power.

"Tough As Iron"

Enjoying Yoo Ah In in "Six Flying Dragons?"   In this action drama he plays a young man who joins a gang to provide for his mother who suffers from Alzheimer's.

" Hwang Jin Yi"

If you loved Song Hye Kyo in "That Winter The Wind Blows," she's excellent as Hwang Jin Yi, Korea's most famous courtesan. She plays a 16th century aristocrat who discovers she isn't really of noble birth, and after stepping down, decides to settle a few scores. Makes a nice contrast if you've seen Ha Ji Won play the real-life courtesan in the drama of the same name.

"The Berlin File"

For those who love spy dramas, this one is top notch. It stars Ha Jung Woo as a North Korean ghost agent and Jun Ji Hyun of "You Who Came From The Stars" as his wife. After the spy is betrayed he tries to unravel the actions that led to his predicament.

"Helpless"

This thriller stars Lee Sun Gyun of "Coffee Prince" fame and Kim Min Hee of the film "Very Ordinary Couple." They play an engaged couple. When he returns to his car at a rest stop, she is gone. He returns home to find their apartment trashed and discovers that their life is not what he thought it was.

"Parallel Life"

Ji Jin Hee of "Beloved Eun Dong" plays a young judge whose seemingly perfect life is shattered when his wife is brutally murdered by a man he had ruled against. A tidy case becomes a bizarre story when a reporter uncovers that an almost identical incident occurred exactly 30 years ago, and if the pattern holds, the judge is about to murder his own daughter.

"Little Black Dress"

Yoon Eun Hye stars in this coming-of-age romantic comedy about four friends in their twenties who are navigating their way through high society, sudden fame and babysitting.The film also stars Yoo In Na, Park Han Byul and Cha Ye Ryun.

These are just a few of the films you can find at dramafever.com.

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