Thrice Married Woman

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Thrice Married Woman
ThriceMarriedWomanPoster.jpg
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Also known asThree Times Married Woman
The Woman Who Married Three Times
She Gets Married Thrice
Genre Romance
Drama
Family
Written by Kim Soo-hyun
Directed bySon Jung-hyun
Starring Lee Ji-ah
Uhm Ji-won
Song Chang-eui
Ha Seok-jin
Seo Young-hee
Jo Han-sun
Country of originSouth Korea
Original language(s)Korean
No. of episodes40
Production
Executive producer(s)
  • Han Jung-hwan
  • Choi Soon-kyu
  • Ahn Jae-hyun
  • Shin Sang-yoon
Producer(s)
  • Lee Hee-soo
  • Park Young-soo
Production company(s) Samhwa Networks
Distributor Seoul Broadcasting System
Release
Original networkSeoul Broadcasting System
Original release9 November 2013 (2013-11-09) 
30 March 2014 (2014-03-30)
External links
Website

Thrice Married Woman (Korean : 세번 결혼하는 여자; RR : Sebeon Gyeolhonhaneun Yeoja) is a 2013 South Korean weekend drama starring Lee Ji-ah, Uhm Ji-won, and Song Chang-eui. Written by Kim Soo-hyun, it aired on SBS from November 9, 2013 to March 30, 2014 on Saturdays and Sundays at 21:55 KST (12:55 GMT) for 40 episodes. [1]

Contents

Plot

A story about a woman and her two adult daughters. Older sister Oh Hyun-soo is a pet products designer, while younger sister Oh Eun-soo gets remarried after a failed marriage.

Cast

Main characters

Supporting characters

Oh family
Jung family
Kim family
Extended cast

Production

The drama underwent casting difficulties prior to filming. Han Ga-in and Chun Jung-myung were initially thought to be cast (Han in the leading role of Oh Eun-soo) and even attended the read-through, but were later nixed reportedly by popular but demanding drama writer Kim Soo-hyun. [3] [4] Kim Sa-rang was next considered for the role, but also didn't make the cut. [5] [6] After much media coverage, Lee Ji-ah was eventually cast. [7] [8]

It was also originally slated to be directed by Jung Eul-young, Kim Soo-hyun's longtime collaborator. But Jung dropped out due to health issues, and was replaced by producer Son Jung-hyun. [9] [10]

Awards and nominations

YearAwardCategoryRecipientResult
2014
50th Paeksang Arts Awards Best New Actress (TV)
Son Yeo-eun
Nominated
7th Korea Drama Awards Top Excellence Award, Actress
Lee Ji-ah
Nominated
3rd APAN Star Awards Top Excellence Award, Actress in a Serial DramaNominated
22nd SBS Drama Awards Top Excellence Award, Actress in a Serial DramaNominated
Uhm Ji-won
Nominated
Excellence Award, Actor in a Serial Drama
Ha Seok-jin
Nominated
Song Chang-eui
Won

International broadcast

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