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Kim Tae Hoon Joins Jang Na Ra And Jung Kyung Ho For 'One More Happy Ending'

BY Julie Jones | Dec 09, 2015 10:29 AM EST

Kim Tae Hoon
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Kim Tae Hoon worked consistently in 2015, appearing as very different characters in three dramas. He played an unrepentent villain in the drama "Angry Mom," a a secret investigator in "Hidden Identity" and Kim Sa Rang's crippled husband in "My Beloved Eun Dong." He also had a cameo in the nostalgic drama "Reply 1988."

And 2016 may be as busy a year for the actor. The actor committed to a film role and a drama role in 2016. He will appear in the film "Trick" as the dying man and unwilling subject of a documentary shot by the character played by Lee Jung Jin. Kang Ye Won will play his wife.

Kim Tae Hoon will also join Jang Na Ra and Jung Kyung Ho in the romantic comedy "Happy Ending Once Again," also known as "One More Happy Ending." It's a comedy about how finding a "happily ever after" marriage may require more than one try.

In the drama, Kim Tae Hoon plays the romantic Kim Gun Hak. His seemingly ideal marriage with Baek Da Jung, played by Yoo Da In, encountered problems after she gave birth to their child.

Baek Da Jung was once a member of the girl group known as "Angels" with Han Mi Mo, played by Jang Na Ra. Han Mi Mo now works as a matchmaker that specializes in people who have been divorced. She not only arranges dates for divorcees but tells them bluntly what might have caused their first marriages to fail. Baek Da Jung now also works with Han Mi Mo.

Another former member of the idol group is Go Dong Mi, played by Yoo In Na. The fourth member is Hong Ae Ran, played by Seo In Young.

Jung Kyung Ho plays a reporter and single dad, while Kwon Yool plays a single doctor. These singles and single-again characters will attempt to find lasting happiness in another chance at love.

Kim Tae Hoon has appeared in almost two dozen films, including "The Admiral: Roaring Currents" and "An Ethics Lesson." His previous dramas include "Nice Guy," "Pure Love" and "Bad Guys."

The Wednesday-Thursday comedy will follow "Sweet Savage Family" in January.

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