Hong Seok-Goo(b), Kim Young-Gyun(b)genre:
TV, Drama, Romancerelease date:
Nov 15, 2010
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Also Known As
Marry Me, Mary!
Mary is Staying Out
Mary is Out at Night
Broadcast: November 8, 2010 ~ December 28, 2010
Moon Geun Young gets married twice in the KBS drama Marry Me, Mary! Also known as Mary is out at night, the charming comic-based romance keeps eyes and hearts happy with the photogenic pairing of Moon Geun Young with two very handsome husbands, Jang Keun Suk (You're Beautiful) and Kim Jae Wook (Bad Guy). Other than the winning cast, Marry Me, Mary! lights up the screen with its bohemian costume and set design and musical performances from Jang Keun Suk, who again plays a band singer after You're Beautiful.
Mary (Moon Geun Young) doesn't even have any experience dating, but somehow she ends up in contract marriages with two guys! In order to clear his debts, Mary's irresponsible father (Park Sang Myun) decides to marry her off to his rich friend's son Jung In (Kim Jae Wook), the boss of an entertainment production company. Taking matters into her own hands, Mary forges a fake marriage contract with her new friend Moo Kyul (Jang Keun Suk), a free-spirited indie band singer who never stays in relationships for long. But Mary's father has his own countermeasure: he registers Mary and Jung In's marriage without their knowledge! To appease the parents, the reluctant bride and grooms agree to a 100-day trial period in which Mary shares her time between her two husbands, neither of whom are interested in marrying her. But a lot of things can change in 100 days, including feelings! Moo Kyul or Jung In, who is really the one for Mary?
Mary (Moon Geun-Young) is a young woman with the energy of the sun. She looks like her late mother, but her hot temper comes straight from her deadbeat father (Park Sang-Myeon). Her father always makes troubles as a failed businessman, but Mary also loves him the most. Because Mary can't afford to pay her college tuition fees, she temporarily stops attending school. Without having any special skills, Mary starts to work odd jobs. One day, Mary's father proposes that Mary marries a man named Jung-In to pay off their debts. When Mary hears of her father's plan she devise her own plan. Mary takes fake wedding pictures with her new friend Mu-Gyul (Jang Geun-Suk), whom she has just met over the last couple of days. She sends the pictures to her father's cellphone with the message that this is the man she loves and will marry. Unfortunately for Mary, her deadbeat father has already registered a marriage certificate on her behalf with Jung-In! Jung-In then proposes that Marry spend 100 days of marriage with both men and decide whom she wants to live with.
Mu-Gyul (Jang Geun-Suk) is the lead vocalist and guitarist for a rock band. He is chic and lives a carefree bohemian lifestyle. He doesn't talk much and only wants to make music. Mu-Gyul doesn't care about success. He also suffers trauma with his mother and, because of this, becomes tired of the women he dates and leaves them. Mu-Gyul is a bad guy to women. When it appears Mu-Gyul will never get married a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity comes about. He meets Mary, money becomes involved and a 100 days of marriage ensues. During this time, Mu-Gyul not knowing the meaning of family, surprisingly falls in love with Mary who is combative, loyal, and spunky. Mu-Gyul finds himself becoming a rival of Jung-In for Mary's love.
Wi Mae Ri is the cheerful, pragmatic daughter of a failed businessman who had grown used to being constantly on the move to escape from debtors. She becomes fast friends with the free-spirited indie singer Kang Moo Kyul when she nearly ran him over in a car. Meanwhile, her father Wi Dae Han is saved from his debtors by his old friend, Jung Suk, who had just returned from considerable success in the Japanese entertainment industry. Jung Suk, who had harboured a secret love for Mae Ri's mother, sets up a deal with Dae Han to have Mae Ri marry his son, Jung In. In her desperate to escape this predicament, Mae Ri begs Moo Kyul to pose as her husband, and finds herself in even more trouble than before when her father proposes a 100-day period in which she has to divide her time equally between Moo Kyul and Jung In, after which she has to decide who to marry.