SBS’s newly premiered drama has shocked fans by revealing that “Now We Are Breaking Up” first episode will be rated 19+, but why is that?

“Now, We Are Breaking Up” focuses on the fashion industry and on stories of love and breakups. Song Hye Kyo will play the role of Ha Young Eun, a manager of the design team at a fashion label who is a trendy and intelligent realist. Jang Ki Yong is the male lead Yoon Jae Guk, a wealthy and popular freelancer photographer who also has the brains and looks.

On November 12, the production team of the drama shared new stills and revealed that the first episode will be rated 19+, the production team commented that Ha Young Eun and Yoon Jae Guk’s first meeting will be portrayed in a bold way and asked fans to tune in to the first episode and find out why its rated 19+.

“Now, We Are Breaking Up” premiered on November 12 at 10 p.m. KST.

Have you seen the first episode yet?

1 COMMENT

  1. I have an impression that if they show a woman sleeping with a man without being married to him, that’s like almost immoral and get an automatic +19. At the beginning of the first episode there is a scene when she kisses someone, laying in bed, there is not even a nudity, they just show their heads – and that’s gets +19. In Europe, if a movie airs so late there would gave been lots of steamy stuff but here a kiss and showing somebody in bed equals to a porn. Very different perceptions with the Western dramas, what can I say. Personally, not planning to watch – Song Hye Kyo is playing is playing the same character as in Encounter – strong, rich, beautiful, career woman falling in love with a young guy. Been there, done that, so no, thanks. Seems like a bore.

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