According to the media outlet Korea Times, Yoo In Na has taken a new role. The 33-year old actress agreed to appear in the MBC drama “One More Happy Ending, which co-stars Jang Nara and Jung Kyung Ho.
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“One More Happy Ending” is a drama about divorce and remarriage. Jang Nara plays Han Mi Mo, the head of a dating service that specializes in offering prospective clients a second chance at love and wedded bliss. Most dating agencies focus on finding a first time mate but Han believes people deserve another chance if the first marriage did not work out. Jung Kyung Ho plays a divorced dad with an 11-year-old son.
Yoo will play Baek Da Jong, a former member of a k-pop group and the head of a wedding company. She married at a young age and now that a few years have passed feels bored with her once perfect husband. It is not known whether she and Jang Nara will be friends, frenemies or colleagues.
“One More Happy Ending” begins filming this month and is expected to air in January, following the finale of “Sweet Savage Family.”
Yoo In Na can currently be seen in the web drama “Secret Message,” which co-stars Big Bang’s T.O.P. and Japanese actress Juri Ueno. Her character welcomes Juri Ueno’s character Haruka to Korea and introduces her to her new home and workplace.
Before her appearance in the web drama, Yoo In Na played Jun Ji Hyun’s childhood-friend-turned-enemy in the alien-human romance “You Who Came From The Stars” and a wedding planner who must stage her ex husband’s wedding in “Secret Hotel.”
She also played an actress playing Queen In Hyun in the historical fantasy drama “Queen Inhyun’s Man. In “You’re The Best Lee Soon Shin,” the actress played Soon Shin’s outspoken second oldest sister.
In between her drama roles, Yoo hosts the radio show “Yoo In Na’s Pump Up The Volume,” which airs Mondays to Sundays. And it’s not just any radio show. “PUmp Up The Volume” is the highest-rated radio program in its timeslot across both AM and FM bandwidths in Seoul, known for its soft music playlist and Yoo’s “My Final Message.”