Top Korean Films of 2011

4. Bleak Night

Bleak Night garnered a lot of attention early last year because it was on the Korean Academy of Film Arts' feature length student projects.  It's impressive enough that it was playing in major festivals but the fact that it stands as one of last year's finest accomplishments make it stand out all the more.  For more sophisticated and mature than you would ever expect from such young filmmakers, Bleak Night is a portend of great things to come from its director Yoon Sung-hyun and its young stars, especially breakout newcomer Lee Je-hoon who picked up a few accolades for his role.

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