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Movie/Drama
Rules of Love TV Series (2005)

이별에 대처하는 우리의 자세, Our Attitude Towards Separation, Our Stance on How to Treat a Break-up, Our Attitude to Prepare Parting, Ready to Deal with Parting


genre: TV, Drama, Romance
country: South Korea
Introduction
Broadcast: July 27, 2005 ~ September 15, 2005
Episodes: 16

This latest Korean drama also known as "Our Stance on How to Treat a Break-up/Attitude Towards Separation."

Kim Min Jong played Lee Sau Jun who is a famous professional photographer yet a hard decisive man and he is unromantic. In the story, Sau Jun has been hurt in love before therefore he has no interest in women however, he has special feelings towards Kim Geun Young played by Choi Kang Hee. Unfortunately Geun Young only has feeling for her ex-boyfriend Han Jae Min (Sim Ji Ho)......
Storyline
A New Style Love Story. There are many unsaid rules and wise sayings about love as well as about breakup. It's true that most breakup scenes in dramas are a bit trite and cliche-ridden. For instance, it always rains when the story's main characters break up. Oddly enough, even the one who gets dumped usually wishes for his or her ex-lover's happiness even though he or she is completely heartbroken. How come every hero in the melodrama is as nice and sweet as an angel? What about something like this for a change - 'I'm not going to let him get away with this. 'I'll chase her to the end of the world. Or I'll make him pay for my broken heart and pain.' Even though a couple breaks up, there are still things left to be taken care of. They need some time to heal so they can later carry on.

A Contract Breakup. Many romantic dramas have used the contract marriage' (where the people aren't really married, but pose as if they were) as its subject. However, this drama will introduce viewers to love and contract from the point of view of a couple that breaks up. She isn't ready for letting him go when he wants to break up with her. He, on the other hand, has met all the requirements and is ready to put an end to this relationship.

The Dreams and Happiness of the Young GenerationThe 40,000 young people are reported to be unemployed. Most of young people are looking for a job. They don't have time to talk about their dreams or hope. This is the story of the young people who search for their dream, strive to achieve their goals and learn something about love and happiness.



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Released: Jul 1, 2005

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Distribution: MBC
Investment: MBC
Public Relation: MBC

Format: Digi-Beta
Sound Mix: Dolby Digital
Color: Color
Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
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