Starring:Jeong Jun-Ho, Kim Won-Hee, Go Eun-A
Director: Im Young-Seong
Studio: Taewon Entertainment (Korea)
Rating: 15 +
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About This DVD
SARANGBANG SEONSUWA EOMEONI. Seung-won has a way of manipulating people into giving him what he wants-and what he wants is money. His latest victim is an elderly woman who agrees to give him all her savings if he can locate her granddaughter and daughter-in-law. Seung-won agrees to the conditions and starts a search for the pair which leads him to a small village where he meets Hye-joo and her smart but stubborn daughter Ok-hee. Not having any finding the old woman's relations, Seung-won makes a new plan win over the hearts of Hye-joo and Ok-hee and make off with their money instead. The Korean title of this Taewon Entertainment comedy, as well as some of the character names, is a play on the 1961 classic Mother and the Houseguest directed by Shin Sang-ok. Playing the rakish Seung-won is Jeong Joon-ho who has appeared in such earlier comedies as My Boss My Hero, My Boss My Teacher and Marrying the Mafia. Comedienne Kim Won-hee (Marrying the Mafia 3, Extras, Oollala Sisters) plays Hye-joo and Im Hyeong-joon (Marring the Mafia 2,3) plays Ok-hee. It seems as if the only person on this project who was not involved in the Marrying the Mafia series is director Im Yeong-seong. His only previous work has been as an assistant director of 2005's Shadowless Sword.
|Audio Format:||DD 5.1, DD 2.0|
|Video Format:||Widescreen 1.85:1 (Anamorphic)|
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