WATCH AT YOUR OWN RISK! Rated SPG! Before watching 'The King Eternal Monarch', I was so curious about this first debut film of Kim Go-eun.


PLOT: Eungyo, also called A Muse in some countries, is a 2012 South Korean erotic film adaptation of author Park Bum-shin's novel Eun-gyo. A 70-year-old poet falls in love with a high school girl and is inspired to write a short story about her, but his star student, who is jealous of the relationship, steals his literary work.

Sobrang na-shookt ako sa palabas na 'to! Grabe pa to sa mga bold films na napanuod ko dito sa Pinas. It has two extreme graphic sex scenes! I already warned you, if you are not ready and open to this kind of film don't dare watch it.

A Muse (Movie, 2012, 은교) - Picture

This film shows how versatile Kim Go-eun. Grabe ang galing nya dito! Hindi ko maisip kung pano nila na-film to. To think na eto yung first appearance nya as an an actress, makikita mo agad kung pano sya nag-transition from a 17-year-old student not realizing she is beautiful then hanggang mag-end yung film na nag iba yung itsura nya. Nag-bloom sya within the film. Hindi ko lubos maisip kung pano nya pinaghandaan 'tong film na to.

A Muse (Movie, 2012, 은교) - Picture

Okay, about the story naman. I can actually feel the pain of the poet. Biruin mo, he can't express his desire because of his age so dinaan nya na lang sa pagsusulat. He is a writer after all so ang wild lang ng imagination nya. So I can't blame him for his actions. The young student on the other hand is unaware of her beauty. Wala syang muang na nabubuhay na nya yung desires ng dalawang guys. Then the young apprentice who felt unloved and lonely. Who felt he was a loyal son to the poet and felt jealous about the girl. So dun na sila nagkagulo. Kasalanan talaga ni ate ghorl kasi wala nga sya alam.

A Muse (Movie, 2012, 은교) - Picture

The film shows 3 unique perspectives of being young, adult and old. This quote from the film is unforgettable 'Just as your youth is not a prize for your efforts, my oldness is not a penalty for my faults.'.

You can watch Eungyo (A Muse) on Kissasian or Dramacool.

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