5 Asian Movies You Should SeeSubmitted by Synchronicity on Sat, 03/08/2014 - 04:02
Rurouni Kenshin (2012): In 1868, after the end of the Bakumatsu war, the former assassin Kenshin Himura promises to defend those in need without killing.
Tai Guk Gi: The Brotherhood of War (2004): A drama about the fate of brothers forced to fight in the Korean War.
The Host (2006): A monster emerges from Seoul's Han River and focuses its attention on attacking people. One victim's loving family does what it can to rescue her from its clutches.
The Terror Live (2013): Young-Hwa Yoon, once a top national news anchor wants to get his title back through an exclusive live broadcast with a terrorist.
Going by the Book (2007): A string of bank robberies puts the public in a panic and they demand action from the newly appointed police chief to crack down on the perpetrators. In order to appease the residents of the city and carry out his own ambitions, the police chief appoints naive traffic cop Jung Do-man to infiltrate the world of the robbers.
If you can't find them on Netflix, you can find them on YouTube or on GoodDrama.net. If you can, you should find the highest quality versions, because these movies offer experiences that are not worth squandering.