Note: Chinese Drama
Mao Doudou, a hospital nurse, has just broken up with her rich boyfriend. Yu Wei, a photographer, is in search of an ideal bride. Their love story begins when the two are arranged to meet by a matchmaker. But when she arrives, Doudou stumbles across Li, her ex! Panic sweeps over and she flees the scene, but not before forcing a stranger (Yu Wei) to act as her boyfriend. Since then, the two bump into each other time and again, and gradually, their attraction grows.
The two are married. Doudou is bright, pretty, and well-bred. Yu Wei is a kind, gentle devoted son, but his complicated family situation casts a dark cloud over the happy couple. He has two sets of parents, as each of his parents remarried after getting divorced. His biological mother and step mother are not exactly on good terms, and a big row erupts over Yu Wei’s wedding plans. More trouble awaits when the couple returns from their honeymoon, having skipped the wedding reception. In their living room is Yu Hao, Yu Wei’s widowed sister, who promptly declares she is living with them. Doudou does her best to be a good wife, but feels disheartened with the self-centred mother-in-law and mean sister-in-law. Yu Wei tries his best to mediate, but… A light-hearted, refreshing romantic comedy that has become the most watched home drama in China. Through the worries and struggles of three Chinese wives and their respective mothers-in-law, the series touches upon universal yet familiar themes like the meaning of marriage, family, and life.