Yuni is a smart teenage girl with big dreams. She thinks everything is possible, until one day a man she barely knows proposes to her and she rejects the proposal, becoming the talk of her village.
The second proposal comes. Yuni still believes in her dream, so does her family. But something comes up this time: a myth tells that if you reject more than two proposals, you will never get married.
Facing all this pressure, there are two things that Yuni runs into: the relationship with a shy younger boy in her school named Yoga, and a poem from literature class told by her favourite teacher, Pak Damar. With poetry, Yuni feels she can disappear and hide for a minute from the world. Until Pak Damar comes to her house and becomes the third guy to propose himself to her.
Yuni still has two options in her hand: to run away with Yoga or get married with Pak Damar. Both of the options sound like a good deal. But does marriage always have to be “a deal”?