Drama The Star Courts the Moon - Dao Kaew Duen (ดาวเกี้ยวเดือน) Information

The Star Courts the Moon - Dao Kaew Duen (ดาวเกี้ยวเดือน)
  • Drama Title: The Star Courts the Moon - Dao Kaew Duen (ดาวเกี้ยวเดือน)
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  • Status: Completed
  • Genre: Comedy, Drama, Romance
  • Country: Others Asian
  • Published Date: 2013
  • Total Episodes: 11
  • Summary: 

    Prakaidao (Dao) is a modern, independent career woman and a confirmed bachelorette looking to have a child through in vitro fertilization and without getting married. Chai is both rich and attractive, but is also very focused on his career. He is a perfectionist and has impossibly high standards for a future wife, which is why he still remains single at 35. Dao starts searching for the best biological father for her child and finds Chai meets her exacting standards. She decides to become friends with him in order to verify his viability, but luck isn't on her side and through a series of unfortunate incidences he sees her as a troublesome woman and distrusts her. Will she manage to achieve her goal of having a child with Chai without the entanglements of a relationship?

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Prakaidao (Dao) is a modern, independent career woman and a confirmed bachelorette looking to have a child through in vitro fertilization and without getting married. Chai is both rich and attractive, but is also very focused on his career. He is a perfectionist and has impossibly high standards for a future wife, which is why he still remains single at 35. Dao starts searching for the best biological father for her child and finds Chai meets her exacting standards. She decides to become friends with him in order to verify his viability, but luck isn't on her side and through a series of unfortunate incidences he sees her as a troublesome woman and distrusts her. Will she manage to achieve her goal of having a child with Chai without the entanglements of a relationship?

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