When it comes down to it she seems slightly interested in a passive kind of way.
The cover on the DVD looks that way, most of the blurbs Ive seen say that it is but it is not.
That does not mean that the film has no humor or is very dogmatic about getting its message through.
Its a romantic drama with quite a serious story to tell. When the new student teachers arrive, he is teamed up with Choi Hong (Hye-jeong Kang), to whom he is immediately attracted, even though she is 27 a year older than him (and thats a big deal in Korean society).
He asks her straight out to have sex with him, telling her that he does not believe in love even though he has had a girlfriend for the last six years.
Like most men Yoo-rim does not understand the pressure that even a smart and resourceful Korean woman is put under from a chauvinistic cheating Korean man how her surroundings almost automatically put the blame on her, and how she has to bear all the consequences.
Her solution to this is clever and does not seem contrived, but arises naturally from her situation. Maybe someone who knows more about Korean society can tell me?