Conan O’Brien Cameos as a Fish on a Korean Drama
"Most exist, but some...some people live. "
Earlier this week, Conan O’Brien visited South Korea and cameoed on a Korean drama, but I don’t think anyone could have expected him finding the role he was born to play.
The series O'Brien cameoed twice on, One More Happy Ending
, centers on the former members of a popular girl group moving on with their lives. A big part of the series is how they learn to fall in love again, and that’s exactly where O'Brien comes into the picture.
The above clip features his first cameo as a fish during a hallucination of one of the main characters, but his second was more substantial (though of less historical significance). In the scene, he meets with Han Mi-mo (Jang Na-ra), who works as a rep for a remarriage consulting business. However, he refuses to sign up for the service, having fallen in love with her during their very brief interaction. As Kotaku
notes, the woman playing Conan O'Brien's interpreter in the scene was his interpreter during the trip, which is just awesome.
“Had the honor of appearing on the Korean soap opera 'Happy Ending One More Time' with the beautiful Na-ra Jang. She was great. I was terrible,” O'Brien said in an Instagram post on the experience.
You can view the episode where O'Brien first cameos here