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People like to say, "Love knows no national boundaries or age." "Love is fate." or "Love has the power to overcome all difficulties." However, what is the ultimate stage of love? Marriage? This could sound ridiculously old-fashioned, especially to the younger generation. They still fall in love of course, but becoming a part of a system such as marriage can be troublesome, at best. And its responsibility is bothersome, as well. Most of all, it s unimaginable for many young people to give up their dreams for love and marriage. Put in a nice way, they are very practical, open-minded and liberal about their love life. However, they are selfish about love at the same time. They are the generation of instant gratification. They still fall in love, but they refuse to give up their free life styles. They still get married, but they don t give up their careers. Their love life is just a personal choice, and they strongly resent being judged by other people s standards of right and wrong. However, with love comes responsibility. Loving someone is about being responsible for your own feelings and your own decisions. Loving someone is agreeing to take responsibility for yourself and the person you love.
Cast: Eugene, Kim Jae-Won, Lee Ji-Hun
Director: Lee Chang-Han