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Watching Korean dramas of romantic genres,comedy and fantasy is in demand by drama lovers. Watching plays with that genre can also make you feel bored.
To solve this, you can try watching Korean dramas such as thriller, mystery, sci-fi, crime, or horror. Well, for those of you who want to watch horror dramas, the following 4 dramas can be your choice.
The Cursed (2020)
The drama, which only aired last March, became a horror genre Korean drama that was a shame to miss. The Cursed tells the story of reporter Im Jin Hee (Uhm Ji Won) who has a high sense of justice. He is trying to uncover the reality behind the largest IT company, Forest.
Im Jin Hee will fight Forest’s leader Jin Jong Hyun (Sung Do Il) who entrusts his life to the paranormal. During the investigation, Jin Hee learned about a spiritual consulting firm affiliated with Forest.
Not only that, she also meets So Jin (Jung Ji So), a girl possessed by spirits and possessed of special abilities. The two also worked together against the injustice.
The drama is quite successful because it has a thrilling storyline and is supported by the acting of each player. Reportedly, The Cursed will continue into season 2 scheduled to air next year.
The drama, which aired on OCN in 2018, follows Oh so Min (Yeon Woo Jin), a devoted and energetic Catholic priest. He was a member of 643 Regia, a group that performed unofficial exorcism or exorcism.
Oh so Min’s demonic exorcism is derived from Reverend Moon Ki Sun (Park Yong Woo) who is also known as the founder of 643 Regia.
Not only Yeon Woo Jin and Park Yong Woo, Jung Yoo Mi also co-starred in the drama. she plays Ham Eun Ho, a doctor who does not believe in God. However, one day Ham Eun Ho witnessed a supernatural event and met reverend Oh so Min who would change her outlook on life.
The Guest (2018)
The Guest drama became a drama with a horror-mystery-crime genre combined into one. For those of you who like this genre, The Guest drama can be your viewing choice.
The drama follows tentag Yoon Hwa Pyung (Kim Dong Wook), a man who is born out of psychic and has the ability to feel the presence of evil spirits around him. In his childhood, he lost his mother and grandmother who died by suicide due to possessed evil spirits.
He meets a pastor named Choi Yoon (Kim Jae Wook) who has dark times like Hwa Pyung, as well as detective Kang Gil Young (Jung Eun Chae) whose mother is killed for rescuing Choi Yoon.
The three work together to fight crimes caused by evil spirits that occur in Korean society. This drama can make you goosebumps to witness the expulsion of evil spirits that possess humans.
Save Me (2017)
Save Me is a play adapted from jo Geum San’s famous webcomic “Sesang Bakeuro” and published from 2011 to 2013. The drama follows a cult school that takes place in a village called Muji-gun.
Im Sang Mi (Seo Ye Ji) and his family move to Muji-gun village due to economic difficulties. He has a younger brother, Im Sang Jin (Jang Yoo Sang) who is mentally impaired by abuse, and ends up suicidal.
Amid his family’s grief, pastor Baek Jung Ki (Jo Sung Ha) takes them to join his church. He quickly took advantage of them by luring Mi’s parents into his cult.
Sang Mi, who realized that something was wrong with the cult, tried to wake her parents up. Unfortunately, The Mi’s efforts were not successful either, he was also caught up in the situation and could not escape.
A few years later, he met four men who became his friends at school. The four men are Han Sang Hwan (Ok Taecyeon) Dong Chul (Woo Do Hwan), Woo Jung Hoon (David Lee), and Choi Man Hee (Ha Hoe Jung).
He said “save me” at their first meeting. The four men also tried to help The Mi to break away from the perverse cult.
Able to raise a different theme than usual, the drama continued with season 2 which aired in 2019.