Directed by Isao Yukisada (行定勲), Jang Joon-hwan (장준환), Wisit Sasanatieng (วิศิษฏ์ ศาสนเที่ยง)
•Drama •Omnibus 138min
| Release date in South Korea : 2011/11/01
"Camellia" was formerly known as the "Busan Project".
"Kamome" segment is directed by the Japanese director Isao Yukisada
"Iron Pussy" segment is directed by the Korean director Jang Joon-hwan
"Love For Sale" segment is directed by the Thai director Wisit Sasanatieng
A feature film set in Busan involving Korea, Thailand, and Japan. Thailand's Wisit Sasanatieng, Japan's Yukisada Isao, and Korea's Jang Joon-hwan are directing.
Segment - 'Iron Pussy'. Set in the 1970s. A man dressed as a woman enters Busan as a secret spy from Thailand. He falls in love with an unidentified Korean man.
Segment - 'Kamome'. Set in 2010. The title means 'seagull' in Japanese. A fantasy melodrama about a movie director and a young woman who transcend space and time like a mirage.
Segment - 'Love for Sale'. Set in the near future in Busan. A story of lovers who forget about each other and fall into fatal love.
The film is composed of three different love stories: "Love for Sale" (JANG Joon-hwan), "Kamome" (YUKISADA Isao) and "Iron Pussy" (Wisit SASANATIENG). "Love for Sale", set in the future world where romantic memories can be easily traded for money, talks about a romanticist couple who was once obsessed with love, but learns how to let it go. "Kamome" is about a Korean cinematographer who accidentally meets and falls in love with an angel-like Japanese woman named Kamome amidst a troublesome film shoot. And "Iron Pussy" is a Thai drag queen who comes to Busan in the 1970s as a secret agent, and who becomes romantically involved with anonymous Korean man.