Directed by Isao Yukisada (行定勲), Jang Joon-hwan (장준환), Wisit Sasanatieng (วิศิษฏ์ ศาสนเที่ยง)
•Omnibus •Drama 138min
| Release date in South Korea : No realease date yet
"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.