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Yu Lim decides to pursue Choi Hung, not using pure charm, but through a variety of questionable means, including his power of authority (he forces her to socialize with the other teachers outside of class), endless sexual banter, and even nearly raping her in a mutual moment of weakness. One of the best decisions director/co-screenwriter Han Jae Rim makes is to not create charming and likable characters.While Yu Lim probably would have been sued for sexual harassment a long time ago if he was in America, something keeps Choi Hung from blowing the whistle on him. Instead, the two protagonists are mean, conniving, weak, and at times, just plain frustrating people.As I briefly scanned over in my previous post “What to Expect when Dating a Korean Guy,” it’s normal for Korean couples to get couple rings as early as 3 months into the relationship.

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Review: Another movie that doesn't meet the expecations the cover and title raise. "Rules of Dating" was most likely promoted as a comedy romance out of marketing reasons.

In fact director Han Jae-rim's debut is a romance drama that tells a good story with extraordinary characters.

See full summary » A magician meets an eccentric girl and offers her to work together in his magic show.

It is only until a year later that he starts to know her personally and develops a feeling towards her despite her own problems. See full summary » Ruthless cop Chul-joong and a merciless killer in raincoat run into each other in a small alleyway and form a fatal bond.

The result is a sexy, mature, and unconventional romance that may be too challenging for some. Rules Of Dating (or known in the subtitles as To Do Or Not To Do) stars Kang Hye Jung (Old Boy) and Park Hae Il (Memories of Murder) as high school student teacher Choi Hung and her counselor Yu Lim.

When the two first meet, Yu Lim initiates a frank sexual conversation.A recent episode for Withhunt talked about the debate of the past 3 decades in Korea – who pays for dates? The knife is for self-defense, but not the kind of self-defense that you are thinking. Whatever your opinion is on this, the truth is, it’s still very much a societal norm that guys pay for 70~80% of the date. Men were always regarded as the better gender in Korea and perhaps this phenomenon is an extension of it, or perhaps it’s because simple economics (guys are more desperate? But don’t be shocked to see Korean guys getting the tab most of the time, or if your Korean girlfriend disappears to the bathroom when it comes time for the bill. The knife is there to kill yourself with if you are about to be “disgraced”. However, technically “disgraced” meant any man other than your husband touching you. The posters for Rules Of Dating include the two protagonists smiling in an oh-so-sly way that might suggest this to be a relaxing romantic comedy. In fact, it poses quite a complicated question: should love and sex be the same thing?While some think that they should go hand in hand, it seems that the characters in Rules Of Dating see these things as apples and oranges.The role woman takes up in Korean society is as much in the center of events as themes like sex or love are.

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