An act prohibiting decision makers from making up their minds regarding important issues until the last minute.
Section 1. Whereas an important issue is one that concerns the following:
(a) Death penalty
(b) Life-threatening surgery or acceptance of a disease and its treatment
(c) Transfer of leadership, inheritance, or stock majority
(e) Threat of separation
Section 2. Whereas to increase the suspense in kdramas, important decisions must be finalized and/or announced at the following moments:
(a) In death penalties, just before the suspect drinks the poison or when the executioner raises the axe/sword to deliver the final blow
(b) In life-threatening surgeries or medical dilemmas, when the patient nears death and not a second before
(c) In corporate decisions, when one’s hands are hovering above the legal document for signing or stamping
(d) In half-nuptials, when the presiding officer asks: “Do you take ______ as your lawfully wedded…” or during the announcement in an engagement party
(e) In threats of separation, after the departing party has bought tickets, packed the bags, sold the apartment, resigned from work, etc and just before he/she boards the plane/ship/bus/train to his/her new life
Section 3. Effectivity – reverse decisions are effective immediately, up until the decision-maker waffles again and makes another bad decision to recycle conflict.