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Marrying the Mafia III (2006)

Gamunui buhwal: Gamunui yeonggwang 3 (original title)
Lead by matriarch widow Hong Duk-ja, the Hong gangster family turns legitimate, but a figure from their past returns to undermine and ruin their popular new business.


Yong-ki Jeong


Yong-ki Jeong (adaptation), Yeong-chan Kim




Cast overview, first billed only:
Hyeon-jun Shin ... Jang In-jae
Won-hie Kim Won-hie Kim ... Kim Jin-kyung
Jae-hun Tak Jae-hun Tak ... Jang Seok-jae
Su-mi Kim Su-mi Kim ... Hong Deok-ja
Hyeong-jin Kong ... Bong Myung-pil
Yi Shin Yi Shin ... Soon-nam
Hyeong-jun Lim Hyeong-jun Lim ... Jang Kyung-jae
Jun-ha Jeong Jun-ha Jeong ... Jong-myeon
Yong-geon Kim Yong-geon Kim ... Boss Jang
Hae-gon Kim Hae-gon Kim ... Yoon Do-sik
Hie-jin Jang Hie-jin Jang ... Julie
Hee-Jin Park Hee-Jin Park ... Choi Yoo-mi
Eung-soo Kim ... Director Kim
Ha-young Seo Ha-young Seo ... Eun-young
Tae-Hwan Kim Tae-Hwan Kim


Mrs. Hong's family launches a new business (a kimchi manufacturing company) after putting an end to their crime-related dirty business. It's a huge success due to Mrs. Hong's culinary talent, and she, with her three sons and their wives, write a new chapter for their family history (learning what an ordinary man's life is like); but, the Hongs hit a crisis when former prosecutor Bong, imprisoned for manipulating evidence (and now released), prepares for revenge on the Hongs, who largely contributed to his conviction. Written by anonymous

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Comedy | Crime | Drama


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Release Date:

21 September 2006 (South Korea) See more »

Also Known As:

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Filming Locations:

South Korea


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Company Credits

Production Co:

Taewon Entertainment See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Did You Know?


Jang Kyung-jae: We're thugs, not social workers. Thugs doing a legitimate business? That's bullshit.
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Follows Married to the Mafia (2002) See more »


Waltz of the Flowers
from The Nutcracker
Written by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
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Dull and not funny at all...
31 December 2015 | by paul_haakonsenSee all my reviews

Without having seen parts 1, 2 or 4 for that matter, I sat down to watch "Marrying the Mafia 3" (aka "Gamunui buhwal: Gamunui yeonggwang 3") as it was labeled a comedy and in a hope that it might be similar to the "My Wife Is a Gangster" movies. I was sorely disappointed, as this movie was a snoozefest of epic proportions.

I must be honest and admit that I gave up about halfway through the movie, because there was no laughs to be had and the story wasn't particularly interesting to me in any way. And the characters in the movie weren't memorable and lacked personalities.

The actors and actresses did good enough jobs with their roles, they were just hindered by an awful script.

For an Asian comedy, a South Korean comedy in particular, then "Marrying the Mafia 3" was a weak addition to the genre. I don't plan on finishing the movie, and will say that it has somewhat deterred me from watching parts 1, 2 and 4.

If you enjoy Asian comedies then "Marrying the Mafia 3" is a poor choice for entertainment, and your time and money is better spent elsewhere.

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