Guomin Laogong Dai Huijia

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Synonyms: How to Steal 55 Kisses, Bringing Back Home Mr. Perfect, Taking Everybody's Husband Home
Japanese: 国民老公带回家


Type: ONA
Episodes: 12
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Oct 3, 2016 to Dec 12, 2016
Licensors: None found, add some
Source: Novel
Genres: DramaDrama, RomanceRomance
Theme: SchoolSchool
Duration: 11 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 6.041 (scored by 46004,600 users)
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Ranked: #88142
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Popularity: #4208
Members: 19,861
Favorites: 76

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Lu Jin Nian and Qiao An Hao are a newly married couple—unfortunately, neither of them are willing participants. Now husband and wife, Qiao An Hao establishes a few ground rules: no one can know that they are married, their cohabitation is top-secret information, and under no circumstances is Lu Jin Nian permitted to touch her. As a result, their marriage remains strictly superficial.

Behind their broken union, however, there is a long and complicated history. A chance encounter while seeking shelter from the rain led to the lives of Lu Jin Nian and Qiao An Hao getting intertwined. But as fate would have it, the date also marked the moment Qiao An Hao's sister fell madly in love with the stoic and mysterious Lu Jin Nian. With emotional stakes flying high, the years leading up to this marriage have been long and complicated—but never boring. And even now, despite their long-standing friendship, the newlyweds are no closer to understanding each other.

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Apr 9, 2017
84DaysWithout (All reviews)
Chinese animation is largely inferior to its Japanese contemporaries, running into issues of substandard art design, terrible comedic timing and a lack of creative flair to give the show life. I'd all but given up hope of finding anything decent in the industry until stumbling upon How to Steal 55 Kisses, a novel adaptation about two sisters who fall in love with the same guy

55 Kisses has the feel of a soap opera operating under a constant wave of melodrama from characters that face obstacles in their desire to be together. Qiao Anhao feels guilt about liking the same person her own sibling does and read more
May 12, 2017
apratimr (All reviews)
earlier i thought that most of the chines story are bad as compared to their Japaneses counter part
but one day while searching for anime to watch i fell on this show an man it literally changed the way i watch chines anime there after.

the only problem you would have to read and watch both the comic and the anime show because some points are left in the anime and some part are left in the comic

so watch the anime first (it will be confusing at some parts because the filler is left in the comic) later read the comic and again watch those parts read more
Nov 13, 2020
fr0ggych4ir (All reviews)
this was so cliche i almost cried.

the only reason i continued to watch this with my friend was for the majestic lu jinnian.
initial thought: the characters never change their clothes. seriously, why do they have the same 3 outfits? (note: the outfits are ugly)
on a more serious note, why is the editing so confusing. it starts with the two mcs in bed, then goes to high school, then years later, then back to college, then high school, then college. well, you get what i mean. the flashbacks are insanely confusing and the time-skips with absolutely 0 explanation physically hurt me.
the main read more
May 18, 2017
crownprince (All reviews)
The score is only temporary, why?
If you are not one who likes to watch incomplete series, then definitely do not watch this show. My score for this series may change if a sequel comes out. Just right when I was deep into he story and boom! What an unexplained awkward ending. Makes me think what will happen between them, why does this happen, and why did it end like this? It needs a sequel.
Though the story is normal and there is nothing special, but I like it that an episode is only about 11 minutes. So it doesn't bore me out.
Overall it's a read more


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