An act requiring potential couples to be forced to live together so they can fall in love faster.
Section 1. Whereas there is a need to force potential couples to live together to justify them falling in love in the span of six (6) or less episodes.
Section 2. In line with Section 1 of this act, kdramas must force people together through one of the following situations:
(a) Person A must lose or damage a shockingly expensive item he/she cannot pay for such as a house, luxury car, gold-plated shoes, diamond-studded purses, The One And Only Copy Of A Design For A VVVVVIP Client, etc. requiring him/her to work as a personal slave of the injured person
(b) Person A must be adopted by Person B’s family due to a case of mistaken identity (suspected illegitimate child) or extreme philanthropy (the head of the clan finds Person A a warm and loveable soul, unlike the rich and bratty chaebol grandchildren)
(c) Person A and/or B is/are in need of a fake arranged marriage to avoid being forced by their families… into an arranged marriage
(d) Person A must have a secret that only Person B knows about such as body-switching, cross-dressing, time-traveling, etc.
(e) Rich Person A must be sick of people tiptoe-ing around him and pretend to be poor in order to live in a rooftop with Person B because he secretly finds Person B’s non-coddling of him very sexy
(f) Person A is trying to discover a secret that can be found in Person B’s house
(g) Various situations that require people in the normal world to live together such as training camps, company outings, etc.
Section 3. No person may question the logic or sanity of the conditions that leads two people to live together.
Section 4. Any individual who tries to find sense in the plot violates Section 3 of this act. As such, he/she will suffer by not being able to enjoy the rest of the drama.