8 Great Homosexual Korean Movies You Might Wanna Check

Posted 2017/07/18 0 0

They might be really emotional so grab some tissues first!

 

1. In My End is My Beginning

After Jung-ha's husband dies, she allows his secret mistress, Naru, to move into her home. Their unusual arrangement gets stranger when Jung-ha accepts Naru's proposal to serve her.

 

2. Memento Mori

In this second installment of the Whispering Corridors series, a young girl finds a strange diary, capable of arousing hallucinations, kept by two of her senior fellow-students who seem to have an unusually close bond.

 

3. Bungee Jumping of Their Own

Two soulmates find each other only to be torn apart by tragedy. However, not even death can keep them apart... but can destiny?

 

4. A Girl At My Door

Young-nam was a promising graduate of the police academy before she was transferred to the small seaside village, as a result of misconduct. On her first day in the village, she encounters Dohee, a girl living in the town with a gloomy looking face. As Young-nam tries to acclimate to her new surroundings, Dohee's grandma died in a car accident. To protect the girl from her stepfather's abuse, Young-nam lets Dohee stay at her place, but things become more mysterious as she gets to know her.

 

5. Night Flight

Three teenagers grow apart when they reach high school. When one of the teens betrays his friend, all three are driven to catastrophe.

 

6. Two Weddings and A Funeral

A gay man and a lesbian get married to hide their sexuality. They juggle their secret identities, fool friends and family, and search for true love.

 

7. King and the Clown

Two clowns living in Korea's Chosun Dynasty get arrested for staging a play that satirizes the king. They are dragged to the palace and threatened with execution but are given a chance to save their lives if they can make the king laugh.

 

8. The Handmaiden

With help from an orphaned pickpocket (Kim Tae-ri), a Korean con man (Ha Jung-woo) devises an elaborate plot to seduce and bilk a Japanese woman (Kim Min-hee) out of her inheritance.

 

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