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Most of the characters in the film have flaws (gee kind of like reality) and the boundaries of right and wrong are usually never as clear as one may expect.Questionable things that Lim did to Choi; nearly raped her, repeatedly propositions Choi even though she has a fiance, uses his authority at work to try to get Choi to go out with him, goes through all of Choi’s personal items the first time he is left alone in her apartment. Well in the same way that Choi’s choice of words, when confronted by investigators, skewed their view of what happened between them, listing these negative facts about Lim gives the same type of skewed impression of that person.Choi Hong has a boyfriend of her own, a man she one day hopes to marry.But like Yu Rim, she harbors doubts about relationships, a feeling directly connected to some unpleasant experiences in her past.
wonderful film despite the sex scenes tho i guess it was necessary to describe how each felt for each other...i think : P Very good film that is set up as a typical K romance/comedy, but is at its heart a well thought out film dealing with relationships, gender inequalities, sexual harassment and invasion of privacy issues.
The film centers on a dedicated student teacher named Choi Hong (Kang Hye Jeong, from Old Boy) who finds herself being propositioned by English teacher Lee Yu Rim (Park Hae Il, from My Mother, the Mermaid), a man who just so happens to be the person in charge of her class! Not one to mince words, Yu Rim simply asks the unsuspecting Choi Hong to have sex!
To make matters even stranger, Yu Rim already has a long-time girlfriend.
Surprisingly, Yu Rim's methods actually seem to charm her.
But as this unconventional romance takes off, will the two cynics realize what the real purpose of dating is? Or the whispers in the teachers' lounge about their behavior?