It’s expected that once you have been married for a while, you settle into a somewhat monotonous routine that may be a far less exciting reality than what you had envisioned. Uhm Jung Hwa (Uhm Jung Hwa) once dreamed of becoming a singer but long ago gave up on that dream to support her husband, Hwang Jung Min (Hwang Jung Min), through law school until he finally passes the bar exam at the age of 35. Jung Min opens a small law office, but the couple still struggle to make ends meet and Jung Hwa continues to work as an aerobics instructor. But one day, their lives take a strange turn into the limelight. Jung Min gets drunk one night and accidentally saves another drunk man who falls onto the subway train tracks. Overnight, he becomes a media darling as a Good Samaritan and then suddenly finds himself as a candidate for mayor! At the same time, Jung Hwa’s best friend, Myung Ae (Ra Mi Ran), talks her into auditioning for the reality competition “Super Star K” with her. Although Jung Hwa and Myung Ae don’t make it past the preliminary round, as luck would have it, an old acquaintance of Jung Hwa’s, Han Wi (Lee Han Wi), sees Jung Hwa’s audition and contacts her out of the blue to ask her to join a new girl group called the Dancing Queens. What will become of Jung Min and Jung Hwa’s former humdrum life now? “Dancing Queen” is a 2012 South Korean film directed by Lee Suk Hoon.