PLEASE MARRY ME
Title: All About Marriage / Gyeolhonhae Juseyo / Please Marry Me
Genre: Romance, family
Director: Park Man Young
Screenwriter: Jung Yoo Kyung
Broadcast Network: KBS2, Saturday & Sunday 19:55
Broadcast period: 2010-June-19 to 2010-Dec-26
Jung-im closes down the shop early in preparation for her father-in-law’s 60th birthday. Yet, his sons and daughters are nowhere to be found, and so as her husband Tae-ho.
At this hour Tae-ho is with his co-worker Suh-young, whispering loves under the curtain. Nowadays, Tae-ho has no arousal around his wife, and sees no sparks in their conversations.
Suh-young, on the other hand, is a light to his dull life. As secrets can never stay sealed forever, during his sleep Tae-ho unconsciously blurts out his love towards Suh-young. After such bitter incident, Jung-im is dragged to I-dol concerts by her friend Aeh-ran, and unexpectedly ends up in a fight.
Soon, the press releases news about her under the title by, “the revolting vigilant fan in her thirties!” Then Jung-im’s life falls apart, as Tae-ho divorces her. Yet what she had not realized is that her life could also turn towards “good” when given just the right chance.
As entertainment agency’s head Hyun-wook decides to turn Jung-im into a successful Cinderella, her life changes! Then one day, as Tae-ho turns on his radio he hears a voice, a familiar one… yes, it was his ex-wife Jung-im’s. What would happen next?
Kim Ji Young as Nam Jung Im
Jang Yong as Nam Ki Nam
Choi Seung Kyung as Pyo Jin Suk
Jung Soo Young as Park Ae Ran
Song Ye Dam as Triplet 1
Song Ye Joon as Triplet 2
Kim So Jung as Triplet 3
Ryu Tae Joon as Choi Hyun Wook
Lee Tae Im as Yoon Seo Young
Min Wook as Seo Young’s father (college dean)
Kim Dong Gyoon as Professor Jung
Park Joon Myun as Yong Mi Hong (nurse)
Lee Ga Hyun as Writer Jung
ZE:A as trainees (cameo)
Nine Muses as trainees (cameo)