5 Spine-Chilling Korean Horror Films to Watch on OTT

Delve into a realm of paranormal encounters and psychological nightmares with this curated selection of spine-tingling Korean horror films available on popular OTT platforms.


  • Immerse yourself in supernatural horrors, psychological nightmares, and thrilling narratives.
  • The Wailing is a Supernatural Horror Unleashes Fear in a Small Village.
  • The Host is a Family's Perilous Journey to Save Their Kidnapped Daughter.

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8 Spine-Chilling Korean Horror Films to Watch on OTT

With a carefully curated selection of spine-tingling Korean horror films available on Amazon Prime, Netflix, let your inner thrill-seeker go wild. As you enter a realm of paranormal encounters and psychological nightmares, get ready for suspense, dread, and hair-raising moments. Prepare to be enthralled by the gloomy and unsettling tales that lie in wait.

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Here are the top Korean horror films available on OTT platforms for your enjoyment:

The Wailing (2016)

A foolish police officer (Kwak Do-won) uncovers a dark and ominous force that threatens to swallow the entire community in a small village beset by a string of strange deaths. This supernatural horror film, directed by Na Hong-jin, features great performances by Hwang Jung-min and Chun Woo-hee. It tells a complex story of fear, distrust, and ancient evil.

Prime Video Video, IMDb rating: 7.4

The Host (2006)

A young girl is kidnapped by a terrible beast that emerges from Seoul's Han River, and her family embarks on a dangerous expedition to save her. This exhilarating and genre-defying movie, directed by Bong Joon-ho, blends social satire, comedy, and horror. It explores themes of family, sacrifice, and humanity's resilience in the face of enormous hardship. Starring Song Kang-ho, Byun Hee-bong, and Park Hae-il.

Netflix, IMDb rating: 7.1

I Saw the Devil (2010)

Pushing the limits of morality and sanity, a secret agent embarks on a relentless pursuit of a vicious serial killer. This suspenseful drama from director Kim Jee-woon examines the depths of retribution and the blurred boundaries between good and evil. In an exciting game of cat and mouse, Lee Byung-hun delivers a standout performance as the determined spy going up against Choi Min-sik's terrifying portrayal of a psychotic murderer.

Prime Video Video, IMDb rating: 7.8

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The Tunnel (2016)

A man trapped beneath a collapsing tunnel fights against time and hopelessness as the outside world tries to rescue him. This suspenseful survival drama, directed by Kim Seong-hun, tackles themes of resilience, despair, and the unbreakable human spirit. With excellent support from Doona Bae, Ha Jung-woo delivers a powerful performance that effectively captures the emotional agony of a man caught in a nightmare scenario.

Amazon Prime Video, IMDb rating: 6.8

The Call (2020)

A woman receives a call from a stranger from the past who used to live in the same house. Their relationship holds the key to a series of catastrophic events. Park Shin-hye and Jeon Jong-seo deliver strong performances in Lee Chung-hyun's thrilling and mind-bending thriller, which keeps viewers on the edge of their seats as the mysteries of time unfold.

Netflix, IMDb rating: 7.1

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The Silenced (2015)

A frail girl enrolls at an all-girls boarding school in 1938 where she learns of unsettling covert experiments and inexplicable occurrences that test her understanding of reality. Park Bo-young and Uhm Ji-won feature in Lee Hae-young's atmospheric horror film, which explores a chilling narrative of hidden identities, sinister secrets, and the resilience of the human spirit.

IMDb rating: 6.1

Thirst (2009)

A devoted priest agrees to participate in a medical experiment that transforms him into a vampire and places him in a hostile and violent environment. This visually stunning and thought-provoking horror film from director Park Chan-wook delves into issues of love, faith, and the complexity of human nature. Kim Ok-bin shines as a lady entangled in a web of dark desires, alongside Song Kang-ho's mesmerizing performance.

IMDb rating: 7.1

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