Her Sey Asktan

Synopsis: A girl gets through a break up with her and her fiance when she knows that hes cheating on her. A young passionate man helps her and they fall in love but there is some conditions that keeps them from being together.
Genre: Romance


I'll keep it short.

I don't like fancy stuff.

I mean..

Not anymore.

Do you think it's normal

for a young girl...

to go on a roof on a Sunday

and look at the people?

There's only one reason for this:


- Sometimes, you are more.

- Sometimes, you are less.

Sometimes, you run.

Sometimes, you slow down.

Sometimes, you try to understand.

Sometimes, you give up trying.

Sometimes, you speak.

Sometimes, you get tired of

hearing your heart's voice.

It's all about love.

It's all about love.

The pain, the joy, the life...

It's all about love.

I don't like talking about myself.

My name is Pelin.

I'm the second child of an ordinary

family, born in an ordinary town.

I've always loved shopping.

Stores shining bright, great perfumes,

nail polishes of all colors...

Sparkly lipsticks

and wonderful clothes...

Fashion changes every year.

In order to keep up, you need

a big, fat purse and a rich husband.

And for good shopping,

you need good accomplices.

I like making

wonderful chocolates and cakes.

By the way, I'm getting married soon.

To the love of my life!

"It's All About Love"

- Good morning, dear.

- Nese, look...

This pair would go great

with my wedding dress.


If only they weren't 3000 liras.

- They are 2990 liras.

- Then you shouldn't miss them!

- Yes!

- Don't be ridiculous. Come on.

Am I being ridiculous?

You only get married once.

Girl, are you crazy?

They are too expensive.

Come on, my love.

We're late for work. Come on, darling.

- Here. We hope you enjoy it.

- Thanks.

This is exactly your size.

It looks so good on you.

Do you have a bigger size of this?

It's the one Beste wore in the

latest episode of "Fountain of Love".


I'll be right back.

I feel sorry for them. Watching TV shows

at home all day, they become delusional.

I also feel delusional

on my way home in the evenings...

after having forced people to buy

practically anything.

Ilker is calling.

Hold this.

My love? Yes?


I can't believe it!

I love you! I love you! I love you!

- What happened?

- That wedding in Ethempasa is cancelled.

It's our turn now!

What are you talking about?

- Look. Don't go anywhere after work.

- Okay.

I'll work day and night

to pay for these shoes.

Maybe I'll wear them

to your wedding too.

I hope so, Pelin.

Cihan hasn't even proposed yet.

- 26 installments, please.

- I'm sorry. I can only do 6.

- Ladies, make a decision. Is it a yes?

- Yes! Yes! A million times!

I love this one!

Look how cute it is!

Look at these.

It's the shape of a hand.

Why did you buy graters and egg brushes

so early in the morning?

What could have possibly happened

last night?

If you're stuck

taking care of everything, it means...

you have to buy your ironing board

on the day of your bachelorette's party.

Why are you taking care of it all?

Give some responsibility to Ilker.

- He works so hard. Poor thing.

- "Poor thing. He works so hard."

Are you ready for the wedding?

We are, dear.

Ready to kiss hundreds of people!

Ready to stand up

until our heels hurt!

Ready to laugh

until our cheeks hurt!

- Hi.

- Hi, Belgin.


What's up, dear?

- Did you get the invitations?

- I did.

The groom is not very resourceful.

It took them too long

to get the invitations ready.

He's always off-kilter.

Belgin, what would you like to drink?

I won't have anything.

Or, I can have a mocha.

Excuse me.

It's so funny.

One mocha, please.

- I'm reading it.

- Okay.

"We are getting married.

One dose of love in the morning."

One dose of respect at noon.

One dose of romance in the evening.

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