Cha Yoon Hee is a successful TV drama director. Yoon Hee has been afraid of having in-laws, specifically a mother-in-law. Because of this, Yoon Hee looked for a guy who isn't closely connected to his family. If she couldn't find such a guy, Yoon Hee planned on staying single. Finally, Yoon Hee met Terry. Terry is a doctor with a sweet personality, but, most importantly, he has adopted parents from America. Terry has no recollections of his real parents and was adopted by the Korean couple in America as a young child. Yoon Hee's marriage life seems all set. But her marital bliss is shattered when her husband finds his birth parents and they happen to be her next-door neighbors with whom she bickers on a daily basis, and feature not one, but three sisters-in-law, and the usual array of aunts and grandmothers-in-law. Yoon Hee realizes she has married more than she has bargained for. Once again, the stage is set for a butting of the heads between daughter and mother-in-law.
- Native Title: 넝쿨째 굴러온 당신
- Also Known As: You Who Rolled In Unexpectedly , Neongkooljjae Goolleoon Dangsin , Unexpected You , You're a Stroke of Good Luck , You Tumbled Into My Life , Look At Me Gwi Nam ,
- Screenwriters: Park Ji Eun
- Directors: Kim Hyoung Seok
- Genres: Comedy, Romance, Life, Drama, Family, Melodrama
Cast & Credits
The story of this drama shows how the life of a normal family really is. You'll learn many things by watching this and it'll make you understand each situation of an individual in the family.
The actors really did a great job because they had shown their versatility as actors and actresses. This sitcom is long but you'll love every part of it because it'll really make you laugh and cry.
This drama is excellent and you'll never regret watching it.
There are many characters in this drama and tons of different story lines. Although there is a lot going on the story never really drags like some 16-20 episode dramas do. It's always interesting and something is always happening to hold your attention.
The acting was great from the whole cast. If I had to pick a favorite from the entire drama it would be Lee Hee Joon as Chun Jae Yong. He was amazing in this and stood out among the talented cast. He made me laugh and cry, not to mention his fantastic chemistry with Jo Yoon Hee.
The music was good and fit the drama nicely. I really liked the use of American pop when the scene took place in a restaurant or coffee house.
I loved this drama but due to the number of episodes and the monster that is my plan to watch list, I don't see myself re-watching it anytime soon.
Overall this is a great drama and definitely worth watching.