|Marrying the Mafia IV|
|Revised Romanization||Gamunui Youngkwang 4 - Gamunui Sunan|
|McCune–Reischauer||Kamunŭi yŏnggwang 4 - Kamunŭi Sunan|
|Directed by||Jung Tae-won|
|Written by||Kim Young-Chan|
|Produced by||Jung Jae-hee|
|Starring|| Shin Hyun-joon |
|Distributed by||Next Entertainment World|
Marrying the Mafia IV (Korean : 가문의 영광4 - 가문의 수난; Hanja : 家 門의 榮 光4 - 家 門 受 難 ; RR : Gamunui Youngkwang 4 - Gamunui Sunan; MR : Kamunŭi yŏnggwang 4 - Kamunŭi Sunan) is a 2011 South Korean film and the fourth installment of Marrying the Mafia series.
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