Marrying the Mafia II
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|Marrying the Mafia II|
|Revised Romanization||Gamunui wigi|
|Directed by||Jeong Yong-gi|
|Produced by||Jeong Tae-won|
|Written by||Jeong Tae-won|
|Running time||115 minutes|
Marrying the Mafia II is a 2005 South Korean film, the sequel to Marrying the Mafia (2002). It was the most successful comedy film in South Korea the year of its release; its over 5 million tickets sold represented more than 10% of the population and contributed to the third straight year that more tickets were sold for local than for Hollywood films.
The oldest son of the White Tiger Gang is pressured by his family to settle down and get married; but when he finds the perfect girl, she turns out to be a state prosecutor for crimes of violence, specifically gangster related. The district attorney is a lookalike of the gangster's former fiancee who died getting hit by a truck. Their feelings develop for each other but her co-worker turns out to like her as well. She does not like him so the latter turns to the darker side of the law, by conspiring with the rival Axe Gang. Unfortunately for him, the mafia son has more than a few tricks up his sleeve and gets support from his dim-witted brothers and henchman.
- Marrying the Mafia II at the Internet Movie Database
- Marrying the Mafia II at HanCinema
- Marrying the Mafia II Cine21 (Korean)
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