It all started with football. Deok-hoon falls in love with In-ah who shares his love and passion for the sports. They quickly become lovers and he proposes. She refuses at first but they are eventually happily married. Marriage is like a dream until one day In-ah declares her wish to marry another man. She doesn't want divorce as she loves Deok-hoon all the same, only change is that she loves the newman as much. Leaving Deok-hoon who finds himself unable to leave In-ah in the middle, she goes ahead and marries her new man. And so the bizarre bigamy begins.
- Native title: 아내가 결혼했다
- Genres: Romance
Cast & Credits
But the script's artificiality is by no means the only mistake of "My Wife Got Married." Add to it an excess of overweight, which is remarkable especially in the first less hectic hours, a glamorous filmed start, rather profane images and a sharp lack of depth. That would not be too bad for a loose comedy. Instead, the movie rotates smoothly, aligning an implausible sequence to the next, blending everything with a little sex and trivial dialogues and just an average game of actors.