After The Honeymoon: Drama Baru Dimulai Seusai Pesta


Barra dan Ata saling jatuh cinta—lalu menikah. THE END.

Berarti sekarang, harusnya mereka mengalami ‘hidup bahagia selamanya’ seperti di dongeng-dongeng romantis yang pernah dibaca Ata sewaktu kecil. Tapi, pernikahan tidak lantas menjamin bahagia seperti itu. Hidup bersama sebagai pasangan suami-istri ternyata tidak seindah kehidupan ala Barbie dan Ken. Harus ada yang mengalah. Harus ada yang menekan ego yang selama ini terbiasa merdeka. Harus saling mengerti.

Tapi bagaimana jika belakangan Ata sadar, ternyata Barra bukan suami sempurna seperti sangkaannya semula?


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