A father moves with his three sons and their beautiful, hard working servant in a big, old house in the countryside, where a weird drowsiness seems to occupy the four men. Will it be possible for one of them to break free?
Sae-hee couldn’t go to sleep from the first day in her new house because of the moaning coming from next door. Sae-hee has never had sex before, but she’s writing sex novels. Playboy Seong-hyeon was getting tired of his sex partner Jia when he finds out that Sae-hee is a sex novelist. He begins to help her with her work but really he’s using that as bait to get into her pants and he does. Will Sae-hee be able to complete the novel?
Washed-out writer Murao Kikuji penned many popular novels in the past, but it has been a while since he’s written anything new. Separated from his wife, he passes his time editing for a magazine and lecturing at a university. When Kikuji meets housewife Fuyuka, the two lonely souls instantly connect, forming an illicit bond of love and passion. Then one summer morning, Kikuji strangles Fuyuka to death – because she asked him to.
A mysterious man, whose name is known as Yeon-woo, comes to the police station to report his wife has gone missing. Yeong-sook, the female detective, investigates the missing case along with Tae-sik. Meanwhile, Yeon-woo’s missing wife is kept in a dark room in a basement. The wicked looking kidnapper’s name is Man-sik. The horrible feeling that she might be murdered climaxes. Will Yoo-mi be murdered in the end?
Sleazeball photographer Steve is busy taking pictures of beautiful young women, bedding them, and then dumping them. One day he meets the woman of his dreams on the beach: Erika. Once he’s frolicked on the beach and taken her to bed, the other women in his life become unsatisfactory, and he suffers a playboy’s crisis. One of his other women proves to be a bit more persistent than he expects.
Ambitious yakuza Kenji befriends harmonica-playing bartender Chuji, who moonlights as a part-time drug-dealer for the opposing gang. Their friendship is threatened by Kenji’s plans for advancement, as well as by his bodyguard’s growing jealousy of Chuji.
The King (Joo Jin-mo) of Goryeo is married to a Yuan Dynasty princess (Song Ji-hyo), but they do not have any children. There is constant pressure on the king both from the Yuan emperor and his own counselors to produce a crown prince and ensure the continuity of the royal dynasty. The king’s palace guard is composed of thirty six young soldiers, led by military commander Hong-rim (Jo In-sung), who is also the king’s lover. The king finally decides to charge him with a strange commission: copulate the queen and beget a child. Hong-rim and the queen are uncomfortable accepting the royal order first, but they finally comply. However, their relationship does not stop at procreation, but genuinely true and intense romance soon blossoms between the two, and in this strong and close intimate relationship there is no place for the king.