Tae-joon (Lee Sang-hoon-IV) and Seo-yeon (Park Min-kyeong) wrap up their city life and start over in a quiet countryside. Tae-joon is still learning how to farm and he hasn’t had a decent harvest of fruits for several years. He gets stressed and blames the soil. Seo-hyeon suggests they start a ‘sharing house’ to relieve his pressure. They invite a new family into their house to ‘share’ and that it Hwai (Lee Ja-eun). She is a novelist who writes about her experience with another man. She had an affair with Tae-joon in the past. She resented him but still loved him and couldn’t get over him which is why she went all the way down there. She takes over the house which once used to be Tae-joon and Seo-hyeon’s space. Hwai puts pressure on Tae-joon and provokes him by seducing Seo-hyeon’s carpentry teacher Jae-rim (Kim Seon-hyeok). Hwai shakes up Seo-hyeon and tries to make Tae-joon hers while Seo-hyeon struggles to protect her family home.
In Balinese villages, pageant, dance, music, story-telling, and religion dominate the culture. Young women may be the aggressor in love, but disgrace befalls her whose choice rejects her. Poutou, a nubile maiden who dances at the temple, lives with her jovial father and lovely younger sister, Saplak. Poutou falls in love with Nyong, a musician new to the village. He returns her interest, so her father and she make plans for a marriage, and she arranges to perform her final temple dance. Then Nyong’s eyes light on Saplak. How will each character react?
The neighbors have some tips for the sexless couple next door!.Jung-sik and Ji-young got married after a hot relationship, but it has cooled down. One day, Yoon-soo and Sun-young move in next door. They have been married for 5 years, but still look like they’re madly in love. Ji-young talks to them about her problems and they decide to help her sex life.
“Getting married is crazy! I only want to be in relationships!” The life story of a woman who doesn’t want to settle for one man. Her mom nags at her to get married, her superior grills her to bring results and her boyfriend turns out to be married. Soo-kyeong comforts herself with some spicy food. One lonely birthday, she ends up having sex with the chef of the spicy food restaurant. They fit well mentally and physically so they get closer but Soo-kyeong rejects the chef’s marriage proposal. The chef gets married with someone else and asks her, “I got married with someone else like you said. Now will you have a relationship with me?”
Campus couple Tae-ho and Eun-seo join the same graudate school to sit in lectures for the most powerful person in Korean journalism, Lee Hee-hyun. On the first day of school, Lee Hee-hyun takes a liking to pretty and smart Eun-seo and uses his authority to try and seduce her, but fails. Hye-jin realizes what the professor is trying to do and spends a night with him, getting herself to the syposium. Eun-seo questions the result and asks Lee Hee-hyun for an explanation. He asks her for physical pleasure and Eun-seo is just confused…
An unmarried woodcutter plants a tree in a wealthy home. The lady of the house makes him uncomfortable, so when he hears about a fairy, he goes to see her in the mountains. He finds the fairy bathing in the water without her wings. He steals them and takes her home. But it causes a complicated web of love and deceit.
A girl from church meets a wanderer who she begins to pity. She wishes to do everything for him and he expresses his anger for through world with her. The man’s childhood friend soon discovers his secrets and wishes to steal them.
A young widow, Noriko, lives with her senile father-in-law, Shukichi, on a farm. He believes his favorite cow, long gone, is still alive. Noriko pretends to be the cow and lets him milk her – a satisfying arrangement for them both.