Menjadi Istri Sang Bintang Film

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What is Menjadi Istri Sang Bintang Film


Jiang Tingxu adalah seorang dokter yang pernah bertugas di medan peran. Ia magang di sebuah rumah sakit. Ia dikenal sebagai seorang dokter sangat berbakat dan disukai rekan sejawatnya. Sebagai istri dari seorang aktor terkenal, Mo Boyuan, ia merahasiakan identitasnya kepada rekan-rekannya yang juga penggemar fanatik sang suami. Karena tidak tahan dengan situasi tersebut, ia berencana menceraikan suaminya. Namun, ia harus mengambil hati putranya terlebih dahulu.

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