Five Senses of Eros

Five Senses of Eros


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Director: Hur Jin Ho

Director & Screenwriter: Min Kyu Dong, Byun Hyuk, Oh Ki Hwan, Yu Young Sik

Release Date: Jul 9, 2009

Duration: 2 hr. 8 min.

Year: 2009

Country: South Korea

Native Title: 오감도

Content Rating: 18+ Restricted (violence & profanity)

Alternative Titles: Ogamdo

Genre: Friendship, Life, Mature, Melodrama, Romance


In this omnibus film centered around the theme of “Eros,” five separate stories are presented. The main characters from each segment are connected with each other in one way or another.

“His Concern”
A man is attracted to the woman sitting across from him on a train ride to Busan. He then gets off the train after her, even though it’s not his stop. He is then able to get her phonenumber. A few days later, the man plans to meet the woman for the second time.

“I’m Here”
Ahn Hye Rim awaits her husband while hiding to give him a surprise. Kang Hyeon Woo always worries about his wife being left alone. Hye Rim worries about Hyeon Woo because he will be left alone soon.

“33rd Man”
On the set of a movie, a fresh new actress, Kim Mi Jin, and her charismatic senior actress, Park Hwa Ran, are having difficulties because of their stubborn and demanding director Bong Jan Woon. In the end, the senior actress Hwa Ran transforms Mi Jin into a intimatey vixen to seduce the director.

“In My End is My Beginning”
Lee Jeong Ha learns that her husband, Min Jae In, has just died in a car accident while on a road trip. She then discovers that her husband had an affair with her old high school friend Kang Na Ru. After the car accident, Na Ru comes to Jeong Ha and asks to live with her under the promise of her unconditional devotion.

“Believe in the Moment”
The three couples are all high school students and close friends. None of the couples has strong convictions about their relationship. They then decide to exchange partners for 24 hours.


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