Top Korean Tearjerker Movies That Will Make You Cry

I believe this top korean tearjerker movies that will make you cry will be liked, because sometimes even you are the toughest human on earth you gotta need to shed some tears, this movie list here will help you do that. You see, Korea is known for its heartwarming dramas. It has eventually become one of the country’s good assets for profit. Remarkable Korean movies are already known internationally. Quality films from Korea are prevalent in international film festivals garnering awards and citations.

Last year, another Korean movie was nominated in the prestigious Academy Award for Best Foreign Film at the 82nd Academy Awards. Korean movie industry proves to be one of Asia’s best films producing country. Though watching a movie has the sole purpose of enjoyment and pleasure a lot of people still enjoy being touched and carried away with the character in the film. This is the very reason why drama films have always the edge when it comes to gross income and sales.
top korean tearjerker movies that will make you cry

top korean tearjerker movies that will make you cry

The top 5 dramatic and tear jerking Korean films are as follows
Always (2011)
Cheol-Min (So Ji-Sub), a man with a dark, mysterious past, picks up a part-time night job as a parking lot attendant. He sits in the tiny pay booth in the parking lot and stares at the small television. A woman named Jung-Hwa (Han Hyo-Joo) walks into the booth. She offers something to Cheol-Min and sits next to him. The next sentence is a spoiler, so i am gonna stop right here and let you watch the movie yourself.
 Sang-Man Cha Tae-Hyun attempts to commit suicide by jumping off a bridge and into a river. He fails, but the end result is that he starts seeing ghosts. Sang-Man then goes to the hospital and gets anl examination. Is he going crazy?
Meanwhile, Sang-Man meets nurse Jung Yun-Soo Kang Hye-Won at the hospital and quickly falls in love. But those pesky ghosts still haunt Sang-Man everywhere he goes. Sang-Man then attempts to help the ghosts fulfill their unrealized dreams to get them to leave him alone once and for all... The movie is so funny, but the ending is very shocking and sad and also happy, just watch it and you'll know what i mean.
Marathon (2005)
Touching story about a autistic boy with a love for running as well as a loving mother that always believes in him despite his learning disability. Seung Woo Cho's portrayal of an autistic boy whose mother encourages him to start running is brilliant and heartbreaking. The film accurately illustrates the social and private difficulties for people with autism and their families. Based on a true story, you can't help but fall in love with this boy because he's so pure-hearted and misunderstood by everyone, even his own family members. His mother even questions her feelings about him, which is something rarely shown in films.
IL Mare (‘The Sea’ in Italian) is a 2000 Korean melodramatic film played by Korean superstar Jun Ji Hyun and Lee Jung Jae in a time transcending love in which the success of the film inspired Hollywood filmmakers to do a remake. Later entitled ‘The Lake House’ starred by Hollywood A class stars Keanu Reeves and Sandra Bullock.
Starred by Jun Ji Hyun, this film is a combination of fantasy, comedy and melodrama. This is Jun’s third hit movie including My Sassy Girl and Il Mare respectively. Jun’s explored another type of character in ‘The Windstruck’ portraying as a young officer who accidentally met her future love.

Korean loves melodrama and this film have received positive reception locally and internationally. The film was released in 2003 and one of Son Ye Jin’s renowned film. The movie explores a parallel love story of a mother and a daughter and how Son’s character discovered the path that connected her to the man she is presently in love with.
This is Korean heartthrob Wonbin’s comeback film after servicing to the army for years. The film has eventually received positive reviews from critics and viewers alike. The success of the film made it to represent Korea in 82nd Academy Awards for Best Foreign Film. Wonbin portrayed as a mentally handicapped man who was accused for a murder.
This is a 2002 drama movie that revolves between a relationship of a grandmother and her grandson. Released by Paramount Pictures internationally. It is a heart-breaking story showing an old woman who lives in a rural area, without modern facilities such as electricity and plumbing. The story reminds the younger generation of the unconditional love and care that old people can give.
It's an epic about a nation in turmoil, “Tae Guk Gi” tackles the civil war that split Korean in two, and made sworn enemies of countrymen. As is to be expected, the film examines the sweeping tragedy, heroism, and melancholy of such a rift, through the prism of intimate relationships. “Tae Guk Gi” is one of our ten sad Korean movies.
“Spring” uses the titular seasons to tell the story of man’s life. The man in question is a Buddhist monk who experiences many of life’s common emotional trials and tribulations. “Spring” is sad and affecting.
The movie begins with Kim Su-Jin, a 27 year old fashion designer, being spurned at the train station by her lover, a colleague who is also a married man. Depressed, she goes to a convenience store where she bumps into a tall handsome man with whom she has a slight misunderstanding. Following that, she returns home and receiving the forgiveness of her father, decides to start life afresh. One day while accompanying her father, who is the head of a construction site, in making his rounds, she coincidentally meets the man whom she earlier bumped into at the convenience store. He is Choi Chul-Soo, the construction site's foreman who is also aiming to become an architect. Chul-Soo may appear like a rough and dirty construction worker initially, but he does exude sheer masculinity in its most basic physical form and is pretty handy when it comes to carpentry or house repairs. Su-Jin instantly takes a liking to Chul-Soo and in what is a refreshing change, actively courts Chul-Soo. Then watch the movie yourself to know the rest.
Heart Is.. (2006)
The movie centers on two siblings, an 11-year-old boy named Chan-yi (Yu Seung-ho) and his little sister So-i (Kim Hyang-ki). Abandoned by their mother, they are left to survive on their own. For his sister's 6th birthday, Chan-yi decides to give her a dog. He sneaks into a house of an old couple and steals a newly-born puppy, which she's been longing to have. Even though they are poor, they were happy. But everything changes after a tragic accident.

One day, Ji-hwan begins to receive letters from an unidentified person. The letters, containing black-and-white photos of happy children playing, remind Ji-hwan of his old two friends. Five years earlier, while Ji-hwan is taking pictures with his camera, two girls, Soo-in and Gyung-hee, walk into the frame. Ji-hwan falls in love with Soo-in at first sight. He then musters up enough courage to confess his love to her, but she refuses him very politely. Even so, Ji-hwan doesn't give up and tells them that he wants to be friends the next time they meet. Ever since then, the three of them start a wonderful friendship. They spend time each other always, and consider it the most precious moments of their lives. But they become confused between love and friendship and, finally, Gyung-hee and Soo-in leave him without a trace. Watch the movie for the next chapter.
A young man named Tae-suk, whose only possession is a powerful motorcycle, spends his time riding around the city looking for empty apartments. After finding one, he hangs out for a while, fixing himself something to eat and washing laundry or making small repairs in return. He always tries to leave before the owners get back but he isn’t always successful. In one ostensibly empty mansion he meets the abused wife of a rich man. She joins him....

So that's the top korean tearjerker movies that will make you cry, check out for more sad movies HERE.


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