The Mary Academy is the place to go for all girls who love to be pretty. The more beautiful you are, the more power you have; that’s the rule in this place, and it is every girl’s dream to become the strongest in the school. Their weapon for their fight to the top is make-up.
Yan Ru Yu (Zeng Meng Xue) has always been different from other girls: She is naughty and temperamental, and firmly believes, against all odds, that marriage should be based on mutual feelings. When her father leaves home, she takes up his former government post and becomes a matchmaker, also to avoid marquis Li Xiu (Huang Fu Jie) who is trying to pursue her. In order to fulfill her father’s wish, Ru Yu participates in a big matchmaking event and tries hard to pair as many people as possible in order to win the grand prize. Through the event she gets to know the foul-mouthed and proud, but also kindhearted private matchmaker Shen Shu (Dai Jing Yao). The two quarrel at first but soon join hands to successfully match more people and develop feelings for each other in the process.
Top sales agent Liu Ai (Ma Li) strives hard to make a living in the big city. In fact, she and her husband Yang Guang (Pan Yue Ming), who works as a designer, have a simple dream: to earn enough money to raise children and move to a better home. But when the end of the year is nearing, Liu Ai’s boss unexpectedly doesn’t fulfill his promise to her. In a fit of anger, Liu Ai decides to quit. At the same time, Yang Guang also encounters trouble at work. But with the help of friends, the two stand up again and Liu Ai eventually decides to found her own small company.
University professor Li Liang (Zhang Yi) leads a tranquil life until his biological father Li Yi Sheng (Zhang Guo Li) suddenly appears at an autograph event for Li Liang’s new book. Li Liang and his sister Li Nan (Pan Chen), who were raised by their stepfather Li Dong Shan (Li Jian Yi), refuse to acknowledge Yi Sheng as their father. But Dong Shan doesn’t blame them and tries hard to participate in their lives – only to end up creating a mess every time.
Even though actress Tian Jing Zhi (Esther Yu) and mutant Xue Ling Qiao (Mike D. Angelo) have come to love each other, Ling Qiao decides to leave Jing Zhi in order to allow her an ordinary life. Not soon after, however, Jing Zhi discovers that she’s pregnant. Ling Qiao, who is worried about the expectant mother’s safety, secretely moves in next door. But a mysterious organization also learns that Jing Zhi is pregnant with the mutant’s baby and tries to get close to her with evil intentions in mind.
Luo Xi (Dai Wen Wen) is an ordinary university student in her 4th and last year. In order to help and provoke her broken-hearted roommate Fei Yan (Sun Zi Yu), Luo Xi and her best friend Le Xue (Cao Fei Ran) stage jumping off the rooftop, but unexpectedly land in a historical novel that spans thousand years and describes the fall of a fictive country and the subsequent rise of a new dynasty. There, the two girls meet the young emperor of the Qi dynasty Qin Shang (Gao Tai Yu) and are chased by his soldiers. In a rush to save her life, Luo Xi takes Qin Shang back to the real world. Le Xue, however, remains in the novel world. Thereupon, Luo Xi and Qin Shang re-enter the novel world several times and also take An country’s emperor Mu Rong Yu (Liu Zhao Hong) as well as Chen country’s emperor Guo Yan (Gao Ji Cai) back to the present instead of Le Xue. While spending his days with Luo Xi, the self-centered Qin Shang slowly turns into a tender and considerate person and finally moves Luo Xi’s heart. But will Luo Xi and Qin Shang be able to live together in the same world?
Even though Jiang Yi Nan (Nichkhun Horvejkul) is an unemployed youth with lacking qualifications, he is very optimistic and cheerful. One day, he saves a young woman named Chen Xin Yue (Daisy Li) from the water. He feels attracted to her and thus decides to apply for the company she’s working for. Surprisingly, he manages to get in and attract Xin Yue’s attention. Xin Hao Yu (Wang Zi Rui) feels disturbed by Yi Nan’s positive character and tries to go up against him at every chance. Hao Yu’s girlfriend Liang Ding Fei (Wang Fei Fei), however, becomes curious about Yi Nan. But Yi Nan’s acceptance into the company was actually only a mistake by the president who now orders all kind of people around to create situations that would allow him to kick Yi Nan out again.
Twenty is the Chinese remake of the 2015 Korean movie of the same name, directed by Liu Chang who made a name for himself with the 2015 hit web drama “With You”. Liu Da (Qu Chu Xiao), Lin Yi Mu (Ye Zi Cheng) and Fu Hao (Kong Chui Nan) are best friends since high school and just turned twenty. They bravely enter the challenging adult world and make their first experiences with love without leaving any regrets.
Due to an incident when Wei Qing (Yan Xi) was eighteen years old, he started to suffer from severe mysophobia. Although he managed to become a successful CEO, he isn’t able to have contact with the opposite sex and has thus never dated. Nonetheless, he has persistently been looking for his “princess” who can save him. Ten years later, while drunk, he bumps into the nineteen-year-old art student Zhou Shi (Xu Xiao Nuo) and realizes that it surprisingly doesn’t affect him. Zhou Shi then agrees to help him cure his illness.