(SPOT.ph) K-Dramas, like Arthdal Chronicles (which featured two Filipino languages!), are all the rage and while you may already have your faves, there's always something new to look forward to. If you've been meaning to diversify your to-watch list, we recommend watching South Korean flicks from the comfort of your room: iflix is streaming titles like Along With the Gods and The Outlaws, while lighthearted drama Love Forecast and Korean war history film Ode to My Father start streaming August 26.
Here are Korean films you can stream on iflix:
Along With the Gods (2017) & Along With the Gods 2 (2018)
South Korea's third best-selling film and its sequel feature a firefighter who heroically gives up his life to save the lives of others. In his afterlife, he must conquer seven trials along with three guardians who protect him in the hopes of attaining a good place after death. Here's a special K-Pop fan bonus: EXO member Do Kyung Soo plays a role in the film!
The Outlaws (2017)
Based on the true story of the Heuksapa Incident in 2007, the film follows the turf war between a local gang and a foreign gang from China that goes by the name of Heuksapa. In order to attain peace in the neighborhood, the police step in, led by Inspector Ma Seok Do, played by Train to Busan's Ma Dong Seok.
Films that start streaming August 26:
Love Forecast (2015)
An attractive weather reporter (Moon Chae Won) finds herself caught between three admirers: a young photographer (Jung Joon Young), a married producer (Lee Seo Jin), and her childhood-friend-slash-secret-admirer (Lee Seung Gi). Each of the men have different personalities, making way for plenty of laughs, serious moments and feelings, and a dash of kilig.
Ode to My Father (2014)
Following the events of the Korean War and its aftermath, the film focuses on the life of an ordinary man as he lives through historical moments in Korea's history, hoping to reunite his family.