Family Matters Trailer

Family Matters Trailer (2006)

24 March 2006 Comedy 104 mins

Min-kyung, once a promising young dancer, is now running a small, shabby dance school in town. Her life gets even harder since her entire family is notoriously troublesome. Her father Won-jo is a dotard, her husband Sang-hoon, who aspires to become a film director but can't get himself to finish a screenplay, is jobless, and her son is reckless, calling his dad, ' Uncle '. However, she manages quite well despite their endless troubles until one day, she finds out that her husband has been cheating on her.

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Cast

Yu-seok Kim

as Sang-hoon

Kim Ho-jung

as Min-kyung

Lee Soon-jae

as Won-jo

International Releases Dates

Korea 24 March 2006

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