Yu Lim is Choi Hung's junior by one year, and takes a liking to her immediately, despite being attached to a longtime girlfriend (who at one point he claims is more like a sister).
Meanwhile, Choi Hung is a career woman attached to a rich doctor boyfriend whos never there. All three of these possibilities play out in Rules Of Dating, but the film certainly doesnt gloss over them - nor does it provide definitive answer to those questions.
Choi then using his position as a superior and any other method he can think of tries to get Choi to go out with him and eventually he succeeds.
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? This original content has been created by or licensed to Yes Asia.com, and cannot be copied or republished in any medium without the express written permission of Yes Yu Lim decides to pursue Choi Hung, not using pure charm, but by using his power of authority to get her to socialize with the other teachers outside of class, endless sexual bantering, and in one scene, even nearly raping her in a moment of weakness for both. One of the best decisions director/co-screenwriter Han Jae Rim makes is to not create charming and likable characters.The result is a sexy, mature, and unconventional romance that may be too challenging for some. Rules Of Dating (or known in the subtitles as To Do Or Not To Do) stars Kang Hye Jung (Old Boy) and Park Hae Il (Memories of Murder) as high school student teacher Choi Hung and her counselor Yu Lim.When the two first meet, Yu Lim initiates a frank sexual conversation.The movie deals with the woman willing yet indifferent to indulge in physical relationship with her professional senior.Ethics, morals, feelings, love show up and are turned down.Yu Lim decides to pursue Choi Hung, not using pure charm, but through a variety of questionable means, including his power of authority (he forces her to socialize with the other teachers outside of class), endless sexual banter, and even nearly raping her in a mutual moment of weakness. One of the best decisions director/co-screenwriter Han Jae Rim makes is to not create charming and likable characters.