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The story is about Eun-jin (played by Eun-Kyung Shin) who is a feared and ruthless gangster boss, who ends up with amnesia after a massive fight. With no memory of her former life, she is taken in by Jae-cheol (played by Jun Gyu Park) who runs a local restaurant business. Eun-jin helps around in the kitchen and drives out with the take-away orders. But gangsters are moving in on the neighborhood in order to buy the tenants out to make room for a new, big mall, and Eun-jin's memory is slowly returning...
Actually, the story is as much fun as it is action-packed, and there is something for everyone in this movie. The action sequences were nicely orchestrated and shot, and the comedy throughout the movie was well-placed and situational great. Which added together nicely for a very enjoyable movie.
The characters in the movie were well detailed and nicely portrayed, each bringing something unique to the storyline. And the villain, well, he was just hilarious, especially with that contraption around his neck that sometimes altered his voice.
As a movie in the action comedy genre, there isn't really anything new or mind-blowing to be seen in "My Wife is a Gangster 2", but still, the movie is entertaining and fun to watch.
The second "My wife is a gangster" picks up, where the first ended. So you have the end scene from the first part here again, with her (the main character) then husband/man. This situation won't hold for long and will make way for a new storyline, that will have a new flow and another feel than the first part, which was about the hunt for a husband. And all because she promised her sister. But that was part 1, this time around you'll have another direction. And although it's a funny one, it doesn't quite live up to the craziness (in a good way) of the first part!