Article: Top 10 Korean Movie About Blood-Sport 

We’ve all experienced the desire for the human drama that a good sports narrative offers at some point. Competition has a cinematic quality to it, whether it’s the suspense, overcoming challenges, the joy of winning, or the insane desire to be better than what nature alone enables us to be. In other words, films with blood sports stories are interesting. For those who are unaware, blood sport is a game that involves killing, wounding, or hunting.

1. Crying Fist

The 2005 South Korean movie Crying Fist was written and directed by Ryoo Seung-wan. In the entire country, 1,728,477 people saw the movie. The 2005 Cannes Film Festival’s Directors’ Fortnight featured it.

2. Champion 2018

Returning to South Korea for a competition that could restore his glory, a former arm-wrestling champion who was born and raised in the United States finds his life complicated by the appearance of his biological family.

3. Fists Of Legend

The 2013 South Korean sports drama film Fists of Legend was helmed by Kang Woo-suk. It is based on the well-known webcomic of the same name, which was created by Lee Jong-gyu and Lee Yoon-gyun. Hwang Jung-min, Yoo Jun-sang, Yoon Je-moon, Lee Yo-won, and Jung Woong-in all appear in the movie.

4. Fighter 2020

The 2013 South Korean sports drama film Fists of Legend was helmed by Kang Woo-suk. It is based on the well-known webcomic of the same name, which was created by Lee Jong-gyu and Lee Yoon-gyun. Hwang Jung-min, Yoo Jun-sang, Yoon Je-moon, Lee Yo-won, and Jung Woong-in all appear in the movie.

5. City Of The Rising Sun

In the 1998 South Korean film City of the Rising Sun, two friends in their mid-20s named Hong-ki and Do-chul struggle with everyday life in late 1990s Korea. Jung Woo-sung plays Do-chul in the movie, and Lee Jung-jae plays Hong-ki.

6. Fly, Daddy, Fly

Its drama movie from South Korea from 2006. It is based on the same-titled novel written by Japanese author Kaneshiro Kazuki, which was adapted into a Japanese movie in 2005. Choi Jong-tae served as the director, and Dyne Film-Guardtec served as the producer. According to reports, Lee Joon-gi received a reported 100 million won, which is a small sum given his recent surge in popularity as a result of King and the Clown.

7. The Foul King

Kim Jee-woon wrote and directed the comedy-drama movie The Foul King in 2000. It was Kim’s follow-up to The Quiet Family, another full-length movie. Song Kang-ho also appears in The Foul King, the follow-up to the director’s first film, playing an inept bank teller who switches to professional wrestling and goes by the ring name “The Foul King.”

8. My Punch-Drunk Boxer

Former professional boxer who once felt helpless. A diagnosis prompts him to reevaluate his life, and he returns to the ring with his unique boxing technique.

9. Always 2011

The love of the blind telemarketer who one day walks into the booth of a former boxer-turned-parking lot attendant gives him hope.

10. The Villagers

A former boxing coach who is now a PE teacher at a village school becomes involved in a missing person case that neither the community nor the authorities are treating seriously.