Rules for dating a korean girl
The interesting bit is that Kang Hye-jeong is already engaged to a doctor and Park Hae-il has a steady girlfriend for 6 years.
Recommended to anyone who likes realistic romance stories without Hollywood special effects.
Remember my words: Korean Ajummas (older ladies) rule the country.
Women are the unofficial leaders of the families and the older they are, the more power they seem to have over their offspring.
Koreans tend to have lots of respect for their parents and family members and topics such as moving in together, planning to get married and especially going abroad are hot topics that need to be addressed wisely and with caution.
Try to win the parents, and especially the mothers, over by helping to cook, wash the dishes, praising their food, drinking alcohol with them or simply watching TV together.
It’s quite easy to spot who’s dating who walking in any Korean downtown.
Don’t forget that every month has unofficial couple days: January 14The Western term “casual dating” does not exist in South Korea. Which means when dating a Korean, he or she either only wants a physical, almost “secret” relationship or plans to get married to you.
The lead actress in this movie, ' Yeonae-ui mokjeok' (international title: Rules of Dating) has grown up since her role as Mido in Oldboy (2003).
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Rules of Dating is a realistic romance melodrama about how a teacher ( Park Hae-il) flirt with a female student teacher (Kang Hye-jeong).
However in terms of age, the student teacher is much older than the teacher.