An act legalizing the use of gigantic portraits to depict wealth.
Section 1. Definition of Portrait of Wealth – A Portrait of Wealth (PoW) is a painting, photograph, or likeness of a person at least life-size in proportion, displayed in his/her office or home, showing him/her looking austere, cool, or smug.
Section 2. The Right To Portrait of Wealth – Whereas to save screentime and avoid too much use of words or budget, kdramas have the right to use Portraits of Wealth to indicate how rich and egoistic a character is.
Section 3. Penalties and Violations
(a) For the production team
Any kdrama production team who fails to claim their Right To Portrait of Wealth shall have to squeeze their budget and be forced to rent one (1) or more expensive cars, huge houses, large offices, and the like to prove that the main character is obscenely rich.
(b) For the scriptwriter and character
Any scriptwriter-character combo who fails to claim their Right To Portrait of Wealth shall have to actually write and act out a decent script to indicate a rich upbringing and lack of morals instead of relying on the PoW to do it for them.
Section 4. Effectivity – A PoW is a legal substitute for good script, acting, directing, and budget, should any of the aforementioned fail to portray apparent wealth.
Law proponent: Tardis