Title: 매리는 외박중 / Maerineun Oebakjoong / Mary Stayed Out All Night
Chinese Title : 玛丽外宿中
Also Known as : Mary is Out at Night / Marry Me, Mary!
Genre: Romance, comedy
Broadcast network: KBS2
Broadcast period: 2010-Nov-08 to 2010-Dec-28
Air time: Monday & Tuesday 21:55
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.
Moon Geun Young as Wi Mae Ri
Jang Geun Suk as Kang Moo Kyul
Kim Jae Wook as Byun Jung In
Kim Hyo Jin as Seo Joon
Park Joon Gyu as Jung Suk (Jung In’s father)
Park Sang Myun as Wi Dae Han (Mae Ri’s father)
Lee Ah Hyun as Kam So Young (Moo Kyul’s mother)
Shim Yi Young as Director Bang
Lee Sun Ho as Lee An
Kim Min Gyu as Ri No
Geum Ho Suk as Yo Han
Park Chul Hyun as Re Oh
Kim Hae Rim as Ji Hye
Lee Eun as So Ra
Chae Min Hee as Jang PD
Yoon Yoo Sun as Lee Kang-Hyun (writer)
Chief Producer: Jung Sung Hyo
Producer: Han Sang Woo (한상우)
Director: Hong Suk Goo, Kim Young Kyoon (김영균)
Original writing: Won Soo Yeon (원수연)
Screenwriter: In Eun Ah (1-10), Go Bong Hwang (11-16)
- Based on the internet comic “Maerineun Uibakjoong” by Won Soo Yeon.
- “Maerineun Uibakjoong” was first published online via cartoon.media.daum.net on February 6, 2009. It was then published as comic book on November 24, 2009
- Won Soo Yeon also wrote the manhwa “Full House” which was adapted into the 2004 KBS drama “Full House”.
- Writer In Eun Ah left the drama due to the drama’s low ratings and discord with the production team. She was replaced with Go Bong Hwang who took over the script from episode 11.
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Source: TNS Media Korea