Han Mi Mo, a former kpop idol, starts up a dating agency for divorcees after her own divorce. After failing at love once, she is finally ready to be happy again with her new boyfriend, only to find out he's been cheating on her with her former group mate and archenemy. Can Mi Mo and her other now thirty year old female friends find love again?
One More Happy Ending is, in many ways, your typical romantic comedy. There are hilarious hi-jinks, misunderstandings and romance a plenty. But the show manages to set itself apart with the characters who are refreshing in many ways.
The plot isn't anything amazing. You've got grudges, girl meets guy and misunderstandings ensue, wrenches thrown into relationships and there's a happily ever after. And while the plot does veer a little into sadness during the middle, thanks to the great characters, it manages to stay entertaining.
The highlight is the friendship between the four ex-idols. In an industry filled with broken female friendships, it's refreshing to see a show that has girlfriends having each other's backs; whether it's giving a cold reality check, friendly advice or simply helping get through tough times. Each has their own romantic storyline that's developed as well as the main. And the male side isn't lacking either, filled with great, hilarious bromance.
Start for the romantic hijinks, stay for the great relationships and characters.