Drama Bravo My Life Information

Bravo My Life
  • Drama Title: Bravo My Life
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  • Status: Ongoing
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  • Total Episodes: 10
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    The story is set in the world of television drama production, and revolves around three main characters: a haughty drama PD, an assistant director who’s still waiting to catch her big break, and a frustrated actor who still hasn’t debuted after seven years in the industry.

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