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Five Senses of Eros (2009)

Ogamdo (original title)
Not Rated | | Drama | 9 July 2009 (South Korea)
Five assorted tales of love in modern Korea.

Directors:

Hyuk Byun, Jin-ho Hur | 3 more credits »

Writers:

Hyuk Byun (segment), Jin-ho Hur (segment) | 5 more credits »
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Credited cast:
Cha Hyeon-jeong Cha Hyeon-jeong ... Han Ji-Won (as Hyun Jung Cha)
Nan-Hee Kim Nan-Hee Kim ... Older Brother's Wife
Soo-Yeon Cha Soo-Yeon Cha ... Hye-Rim Ahn
Dal-Hyeong Lee Dal-Hyeong Lee ... Sector Chief Kim
Kook-jin Han Kook-jin Han ... Assistant Director (as Kuk-Jin Han)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Chong-ok Bae Chong-ok Bae ... Hwa Ran (segment "33rd Man")
Su-yeon Cha Su-yeon Cha ... Hye Rim (segment "I'm Here")
Jung-min Hwang ... Jae In (segment "The End and the Beginning") (as Hwang Jung-min)
Jang Hyuk ... Min Soo (segment "His Concern")
Song Joong-Ki ... Jae Hyuk (segment "Believe in the Moment") (as Joong-ki Song)
Eui-chul Jung Eui-chul Jung ... Sang-Min Seo
Uhm Junghwa ... Jung Ha (segment "The End and the Beginning") (as Jeong-hwa Eom)
Dong-wook Kim ... Ji Woon (segment "Believe in the Moment")
Gyu-ri Kim ... Mi Jin (segment "33rd Man") (as Min-sun Kim)
Hyo-jin Kim Hyo-jin Kim ... Na Ru (segment "The End and the Beginning")
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"His Concern": A man and a woman are attracted to each other on the train, but he is nearly tongue-tied. "I'm Here": A wife hides every time her husband comes home, and wonders whether he will still look for her if she is not there after an upcoming operation. "33rd Man": While shooting an erotic vampire movie, an experienced actress teaches her younger female co-star how to seduce the director. "The End and the Beginning": After Jung Ha's husband dies, her husband's mistress insists on coming to live with her. "Believe in the Moment": Three high school couples test their love by permuting partners for a day. Written by Will Gilbert

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Drama

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Seduction Song
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Performed by Gyu-ri Kim
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Some stories maybe more intriguing than others
27 April 2010 | by KineticSeoulSee all my reviews

When watching the first scene I thought it would be a interesting film and to some degree, it's pretty intriguing and had a good start. The movie has 5 different stories but they all have to do with something erotic, some maybe more intriguing than others. So basically it's a anthology film that is mainly centered on the theme of "Eros", even if the characters in each segments aren't really connected. Although the movie can be a bit awkward at times, it also doves into the human psychology. Since some stories are more interesting and intriguing than others and it really isn't a artsy film either although it seems to try, overall it just wasn't that great, but ain't terrible either.

5/10


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Country:

South Korea

Language:

Korean

Release Date:

9 July 2009 (South Korea) See more »

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$2,484,095
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Dolby Digital

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