You Are My Glory Episode 17 has already been released on 27th July 2021. You Are My Glory is a fantasy-based Korean drama.
An anecdote that acts following the story of an aerospace engineer Yu Tu and the shining star Qiao Jing Jing. A decision to start gaming to save her seal of approval deal brings her eye to eye with an old crush. As they get closer, the two hammers out ahead to become the glory of each other. Being a well-known celebrity, Qiao Jing Jing has to keep up, coming into view to maintain her multifarious image.
You Are My Glory Episode 17: Release Date
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You Are My Glory Episode 17 has already been released on 27th July 2021.
You Are My Glory Episode 17: Watch Online
You can watch You Are My Glory Episode 17 on quite a few sites availing Korean dramas, in specific the site that delivers the episodes of this series, in the fastest time is DRAMACOOL, you can watch it there, with subtitles.
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Alackaday one starts to crack when some personage leaks a video of her playing an online game and being horrendous at it which is completely in disagreement with the portrait, she has represented for herself as the game’s ambassador. Consequently, she joins a gaming competition to prove her skills and to prevent herself from losing her advocacy.
Qiao Jing Jing resolves to use all of her not at work time towards amending her game and her commitment to this inspires her to reconnect with her old high school classmate, Yu Tu, whom she liked long back when they were in school. He was a famous person at their school, who was excellent at all tasks that he pursued to do, but Qiao Jing Jing was just a mediocre girl, who never gained any attention from anyone back then.
Later in life, Yu Tu became studied Aerospace Engineering and became an Aerospace Engineer, alongside he also became an expert in the field of gaming. With the advent of the quest to learn gaming in Qiao Jing Jing she is again back on the track to meet Yu Tu, thereby, she asks him to coach her for playing the game.
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