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Its a romantic drama with quite a serious story to tell. When the new student teachers arrive, he is teamed up with Choi Hong (Hye-jeong Kang), to whom he is immediately attracted, even though she is 27 a year older than him (and thats a big deal in Korean society).He asks her straight out to have sex with him, telling her that he does not believe in love even though he has had a girlfriend for the last six years.
In fact when it ends you'll just be glad it did, if only so you'll never have to see these weird ass people again. Rewatch value: 0 I was expecting something completely different.
Unlike the Japanese movie, Happily Ever After, where you meet equally tragic individuals trying to figure out the meaning of life & love in a poignant, slightly hopeless, but always heartwarming journey, you'll struggle to understand why the heck Choi Hung & Lee Yoo Rim in Rules of Dating are together because they clearly shouldn't be.
It's a very co-dependent, unhealthy, immature relationship between two people who literally have NO redeeming qualities.
This is director Han Jae-rims first film, and I liked it a lot.
It shows that even though things are changing in Korea, it is still a more male dominated society than most western European countries.When it comes down to it she seems slightly interested in a passive kind of way.