Married But Available

(Hong Kong TV Series)
Married But Available (DVD) Hong Kong TV Series
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Married But Available

Married But Available

  • Video
  • PAL: Widescreen 16:9
  • Audio
  • Cantonese / Mandarin
  • Subtitle
  • Chinese, English
  • Disc
  • DVD Disc
    4-Disc Box Set
  • Region code
  • Region All
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  • Title : Married But Available / 我瞞結婚了
  • Genre : Comedy
  • Episode : 1-20 end
  • TV Station / Studio : Hong Kong TVB
  • Date of airing / In cinema : 2017
  • Listing date : 20 Apr 2017
  • Disc Qty : 4 pcs
  • Weight : 270(g)
  • Production country : Hong Kong

  • Cast by
  • Raymond Wong , Priscilla Wong , Tony Hung , Kelly Fu , Alice Chan , Cilla Kung , Emily Wong , Joseph Lee , Amy Fan , KK Cheung , Hugo Ng , Gary Chan
  • Synopsis
  • Due to a life-or-death situation, lovebirds AU YEUNG TSZ-CHUNG (Tony Hung) and CHU MING-MING (Priscilla Wong) hastily get married while travelling overseas. By coincidence, they get to work in the same company after returning to Hong Kong. MING-MING's supervisor SZE LO-KA (Alice Chan) hates marriage after her divorce from her ex-husband CHEUNG KIN-KWOK (Hugo Ng). She devotes all of her time to work, and hires MING-MING as her personal assistant by offering her a very high salary. To improve the quality of her life, MING-MING has to conceal her marital status, leaving TSZ-CHUNG no other choice but to cooperate with her while keeping his guard up. On the one hand, TSZ-CHUNG stays loyal to his supervisor/best friend, CHEUNG CHIN-POK (Raymond Wong), and is constantly against LO-KA. On the other hand, he has to remain silent even after seeing CHIN-POK pursue MING-MING. Later on, TSZ-CHUNG re-encounters his childhood best friend, KEI MAN-YEE (Kelly Fu). Just as he feels so vulnerable, MAN-YEE shows him unconditional love, therefore he cannot help falling in love with her. Everything seems like a dream until he suddenly comes to realise that MAN-YEE is actually CHIN-POK's younger sister, which eventually escalates the tensions between the complicated relationships...

  • Synopsis
  • Due to a life-or-death situation, lovebirds AU YEUNG TSZ-CHUNG (Tony Hung) and CHU MING-MING (Priscilla Wong) hastily get married while travelling overseas. By coincidence, they get to work in the same company after returning to Hong Kong. MING-MING's supervisor SZE LO-KA (Alice Chan) hates marriage after her divorce from her ex-husband CHEUNG KIN-KWOK (Hugo Ng). She devotes all of her time to work, and hires MING-MING as her personal assistant by offering her a very high salary. To improve the quality of her life, MING-MING has to conceal her marital status, leaving TSZ-CHUNG no other choice but to cooperate with her while keeping his guard up. On the one hand, TSZ-CHUNG stays loyal to his supervisor/best friend, CHEUNG CHIN-POK (Raymond Wong), and is constantly against LO-KA. On the other hand, he has to remain silent even after seeing CHIN-POK pursue MING-MING. Later on, TSZ-CHUNG re-encounters his childhood best friend, KEI MAN-YEE (Kelly Fu). Just as he feels so vulnerable, MAN-YEE shows him unconditional love, therefore he cannot help falling in love with her. Everything seems like a dream until he suddenly comes to realise that MAN-YEE is actually CHIN-POK's younger sister, which eventually escalates the tensions between the complicated relationships...