Kim Ok-bin as Tae-ju first experiences the thrill of the ride across the rooftops, then the thrill of the hunt on her own.
Everybody wants a piece of our hero, whether they know what they're getting or not.
Vampirism has an erotic power at times (above), but a vampire's own dreams are sometimes less than erotic (below).
Technically, Wendigo likes the way the film looks, including its mix of wirework and CGI for the leaping and strength-feat effects. He also likes the location work and art direction for its portrayal of the girl's confining living space and neighborhood. The screenplay succeeds in making character development make sense, and from what he could tell not knowing Korean, he liked the performances. As far as global vampire cinema goes, Wendigo still prefers Let the Right One In as a creepier film, but he thinks horror fans will enjoy Thirst, too.
Here's the official English-language trailer, uploaded to YouTube by TheMovieJunk: