Enemies In-Law (Hangul: 위험한 상견례 2; RR: Wiheomhan Sanggyeonrye 2; lit. "Dangerous Meeting of In-Laws 2" or "Clash of the Families 2") is a 2015 South Korean film directed by Kim Jin-young, starring Jin Se-yeon and Hong Jong-hyun.
It is a spin-off (or thematic sequel) to Meet the In-Laws (2011).
Park Young-hee is a former national fencing athlete and currently a detective in the narcotics department. She also comes from a family of cops, from her soon-to-retire father to her siblings and their spouses. Han Chul-soo is the only son of two notorious criminals; his father steals cultural objects while his mother specializes in document forgery.
Chul-soo and Young-hee fall in love, but when the couple declares their intention to get married, both families disapprove. To placate Young-hee's father, Chul-soo promises that he will pass the police officer exam and become a detective like her. He spends the next seven years studying and preparing for the exam, with Young-hee by his side as supportive girlfriend.
As the exam date nears, Chul-soo's parents resort to desperate measures to sabotage the wedding and his future in the police force. Meanwhile, Young-hee and her family are ordered to investigate a serial murder case, and using his parents' expertise, Chul-soo helps with the case.
Jin Se-yeon as Park Young-hee
Hong Jong-hyun as Han Chul-soo
Shin Jung-geun as Han Dal-sik
Jeon Soo-kyung as Jo Kang-ja
Kim Eung-soo as Park Man-choon
Park Eun-hye as Park Young-mi
Kim Do-yeon as Park Young-sook
Kim Sun-young as Teacher
Jung Sung-hwa as Man using the urinal
Kim Soo-mi as Granny selling rice cakes
Enemies In-Law was released in theaters on April 29, 2015, and opened in third place at the box office. The film earned ₩1.60 billion (US$1.49 million) from 210,000 admissions in its first five days.