10 Extremely Violent K-Dramas For Those Who Aren’t Scared Of BloodBy Vika https://pictolic.com/article/10-extremely-violent-k-dramas-for-those-who-arent-scared-of-blood.html
No censorship, only a hardcore mess.
The debate about violence on screen and in video games and its effect on people in real life is endless. However, those who enjoy the occasional bloody, gory scene claim that it tends to relieve the stress of everyday life.
Whether this is true or not is debatable, but a good action or horror flick with a dash of violence is the perfect way to end the day for many viewers. While K-dramas are often portrayed as innocent and sweet, some stories can easily get the adrenaline pumping.
Here are 10 shows to watch if you are looking for a bloodbath on your screen.
1. Death’s Game (2023-2024)
Some things in life make it so unbearable that you decide to give up rather than fight on. After not being able to find a job, Choi Yi-jae takes a step towards Hell, but Death itself has other plans for him, taking him through 12 rounds of dying, only to be reincarnated into another life.
2. Bloodhounds (2023)
When two clean-cut boxers and former marines take a step into the world of private loans, they have no idea what kind of industry they are about to enter. Kim Geon-woo and Hong Woo-jin find themselves fighting their way through a world of injustice where money is everything, tossing criminals of all kinds around in the meantime.
3. A Killer Paradox (2024)
If you knew you had a talent for hunting down and killing those who have brought nothing but misery to the world, would you pursue it? When Lee Tang discovers that he can make the world around him a better place by taking out all sorts of criminals, he finds himself on a mission to kill as many as he can while on the run from the police.
4. All Of Us Are Dead (2022-...)
This show is a perfect choice for fans of the zombie apocalypse genre. When a science teacher's experiment goes wrong, a group of high school students find themselves trapped in a school with zombies hunting them and escaping into the city. If they're going to survive and get to safety, they're going to have to stick together.
5. Squid Game ( 2021-...)
Of course, no list like this could be complete without Squid Game. The horror show about a TV reality show that forces its contestants to fight for their lives, eliminating them one by one, became a real sensation shortly after the COVID pandemic. Now that it's back for a second season, there's no better time to get on board if you haven't already.
6. A Shop for Killers (2024)
Hunted by powerful killers after her uncle's death, Jeong Ji-an has no choice but to accept her fate and learn more about his shady business. To help herself, she takes a trip down memory lane to her childhood, when her uncle was still around and his little special shop was thriving with all kinds of customers.
7. Moving (2023)
Not every superhero drama can compete with Prime Video's The Boys in terms of violence, but Moving is up there. The main difference is that the superheroes in this show are teenagers caught up in a very dangerous world, and their parents have to step up and protect them every step of the way.
8. Strangers From Hell (2019)
It looks like Yoon Jong-woo's life is finally taking a positive turn. He gets a job in Seoul and moves there, full of hopes and dreams. However, the accommodation he finds in the suspiciously cheap Eden Studio dormitory comes with the creepiest possible neighbors. The scariest of all is his neighbor Seo Moon-jo, a dentist with a big secret.
9. A Bloody Lucky Day (2023)
If there's one thing the movies have taught us, it's never to take a job that looks suspicious. But blinded by the prospect of money, taxi driver Oh Taek takes an unusual ride. Only later does he realize that he's driving the serial killer, and now he must do everything in his power to not become the next victim.
10. The Worst Of Evil (2023)
Set in the 90s, this K-drama follows a policeman who gives up his usual job to take on the most dangerous role. He has to go undercover and investigate the biggest drug trafficking operation in Korea, China, and Japan. If he succeeds, he'll get the promotion, pay rise, and recognition he's been longing for. But if he doesn't, he may have to pay with his life