Unstoppable Marriage (TV series)

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Unstoppable Marriage
2007 TV series Unstoppable Marriage.jpg
Promotional poster of Unstoppable Marriage
Also known as The Fated Wedding
Unstoppable Wedding
Genre Romance, Comedy
Based on Unstoppable Marriage
by Kim Young-chan, Kang Soo-jin, Yu Nam-gyeong
Written by Ma Seok-cheol
Bang Bong-won
Kim Yong-rae
Directed by Lee Kyo-wook
Jo Joon-hee
Starring Kim Soo-mi
Im Chae-moo
Seo Do-young
Park Chae-kyung
Lee Jung
Kim Dong-wook
Country of origin South Korea
Original language(s) Korean
No. of episodes 140
Producer(s) Lee Kyo-wook
Running time Mondays to Fridays at 18:50 (KST)
Production company(s) Pan Entertainment
Original network Korean Broadcasting System
Original release November 5, 2007 (2007-11-05) – May 30, 2008 (2008-05-30)
Followed by Returned Earthen Bowl
External links
Unstoppable Marriage
Revised Romanization Motmallineun Gyeolhon
McCune–Reischauer Motmallinŭn Kyŏlhon

Unstoppable Marriage (Hangul못말리는 결혼; RRMotmallineun Gyeolhon) is a South Korean sitcom that aired on KBS2 from November 5, 2007 to May 30, 2008, on Mondays to Fridays at 18:50 for 140 episodes. It was adapted from the 2007 South Korean film of the same name.[1][2][3]


Madam Shim has four sons: Ki-baek, Yi-baek, Sam-baek, and Sa-baek. The eldest son, Ki-baek falls in love with Goo Mi-ho, the daughter of Madam Shim's enemy, Goo Gook. Third son Sam-beak becomes friends with Chae Soo-jung, a hotel management student at his mother's hotel, but things become complicated when he and older brother Yi-baek both fall for her. Soo-young and Yu-ri both have a crush on fourth son Sa-baek, but he doesn't return their feelings and constantly ignores them.


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International broadcast[edit]

It aired on Japanese cable channel KBS Japan in June 2008.[4]


  1. ^ "Comedic Veteran Actress Returns to TV from Big Screen". KBS Global. 2 November 2007. Retrieved 2014-06-25. 
  2. ^ "Sitcom The Fated Wedding Becomes Popular in Asia". KBS Global. 12 December 2007. Retrieved 2014-06-25. 
  3. ^ "Unstoppable Wedding". KoreanWiz. Retrieved 2014-06-25. 
  4. ^ "KBS Sitcom Unstoppable Marriage To Air in Japan". KBS Global. 30 May 2008. Retrieved 2014-06-25. 

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