Mary Stayed Out All Night TV Series Re-Editing Complete Box Set Limited Edition (11discs)
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Also Known As:Marry Me, Mary!, Mary is Staying Out, Mary is Out at Night
Director:Hong Seok-Goo(b), Kim Young-Gyun(b)
Country of Origin:South Korea
Genre:TV, Drama, Romance
Language:Korean
Subtitles:English
Sound:Dolby Digital 2.0
Release Date:Apr 30, 2011
Publisher:KBS Media
Product Made In:South Korea
Aspect Ratio:16:9
Case:Deluxe Case
Region Code: 3,4,5,6 / NTSC
Single Side Dual Layer

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Product Details
Limited Edition offers:
- Re-Editing 10disc
- Making Special Features 1disc
- 50pages Unseen Photobook
- Original Script 16 Episodes
- Poster

Special Features: (7hours 20mins)
- Interviews
- Commentary by Jang Geun-Seok, Mun Geun-Young and Kim Jae-Wook
- Trailers
- Pre-Production
- Showcase Music Video
- Best Dialogues Best Scenes
- Promotional Clip
- Making Of




About Mary Stayed Out All Night TV Series
Broadcast: November 8, 2010 ~ December 28, 2010
Episodes: 16

Moon Geun Young gets married twice in the KBS drama Marry Me, Mary! Also known as Mary is out at night, the charming comic-based romance keeps eyes and hearts happy with the photogenic pairing of Moon Geun Young with two very handsome husbands, Jang Keun Suk (You're Beautiful) and Kim Jae Wook (Bad Guy). Other than the winning cast, Marry Me, Mary! lights up the screen with its bohemian costume and set design and musical performances from Jang Keun Suk, who again plays a band singer after You're Beautiful.

Mary (Moon Geun Young) doesn't even have any experience dating, but somehow she ends up in contract marriages with two guys! In order to clear his debts, Mary's irresponsible father (Park Sang Myun) decides to marry her off to his rich friend's son Jung In (Kim Jae Wook), the boss of an entertainment production company. Taking matters into her own hands, Mary forges a fake marriage contract with her new friend Moo Kyul (Jang Keun Suk), a free-spirited indie band singer who never stays in relationships for long. But Mary's father has his own countermeasure: he registers Mary and Jung In's marriage without their knowledge! To appease the parents, the reluctant bride and grooms agree to a 100-day trial period in which Mary shares her time between her two husbands, neither of whom are interested in marrying her. But a lot of things can change in 100 days, including feelings! Moo Kyul or Jung In, who is really the one for Mary?

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