Rules of dating film
Lee gets to know a lot about Choi's past, the reason why she is so rejecting and why she still isn't a teacher at her age.The relationship is ill-fated from the beginning, but when rumours about the two are spreading at school, problems just start to pop up.The acting inspired very little empathy or faith that these characters will grow into better people.Overall the plot and overarching story seemed very ill-conceived, as if the film's only purpose is to say the world is filled with some pretty strange effers. He gets assigned 27 years old student teacher Choi Hong (Kang Hye-jeong), who he instantly falls in love with.Although he has a girlfriend for about 6 years Lee tells Choi straightforward that he wants to have sex with her.While Lee Yoo-Rim seems to be content with having their relationship continue as an affair, Choi worries about having sex without “love.” Eventually the administration at their place of work finds out about their relationship and they must now hide or reveal their relationship.The result is an an unexpected reversal of roles between them as co-workers, as well as a reversal of dynamics in their personal relationship.
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.However, the performances of Kang and Park are so natural that you cant help but relate to these characters.