Jun Hua then got out of the car and waved to his assistant and bodyguards to stay behind as he entered alone.
Ye Shengge pointed at the sofa and said, “Please sit down.”
She sounded tired.
She had removed her makeup and wasn’t wearing any makeup, so the birthmark was very eye-catching.
Jun Hua looked at her and said, “It’s really become smaller, and much smaller. I remember it being at least five times bigger. How did you do it?”
“No comment.” Ye Shengge looked at him calmly. “You said I’d better keep this birthmark. What will happen if it’s removed?”
“Actually, I’m not too sure either.” Jun Hua smiled.
Ye Shengge wanted to hit someone.
“Are you kidding me?” She glared at him.
“Of course not.” Jun Hua looked at her, looking dazed. “But I know that your birthmark… can’t be considered a birthmark because it isn’t something you were born with.”
Ye Shengge’s eyes widened.
“Do you still have any family? If you do, you can ask them and you’ll know that I didn’t lie to you.” Jun Hua sighed. “I also know that when the birthmark didn’t exist, your parents couldn’t help sighing every time they mentioned you. They seemed to have a headache over you, but they didn’t say the specific reason. Perhaps they found it difficult to talk about it. After that, your parents were very happy with the mark. Unfortunately, something happened to them shortly after that.”
“Based on what you said…” Ye Shengge clenched her fist.” Did my parents give me this birthmark? ”
“Your parents didn’t say it explicitly, but I think so.” Jun Hua nodded. “That’s why I hope you won’t take the risk.”
Ye Shengge pursed her lips and said, “Actually, I don’t remember my parents at all. I don’t remember their looks, and I don’t remember anything about our time together. Is this birthmark… also sealing a part of my memory?”
“I think so.” Jun Hua nodded. “Or perhaps your parents want you to forget.”
Ye Shengge pursed her lips and remained silent.
It sounded like her parents had been very troubled when the birthmark didn’t exist, but it didn’t seem to have caused any serious consequences. Otherwise, her parents wouldn’t just sigh at the mention of her.
Had her parents sealed her memories because she had experienced something terrible when she was young?
Jun Hua smiled and said, “I just feel that I have the duty to remind you. However, the choice is still in your hands.”
“Of course.” Ye Shengge wasn’t as aggressive anymore. “Thank you for telling me this. I believe in your sincerity for now.”
“But I’m curious. What will you choose?” Jun Hua looked at her. “Will you take the risk?”
“That’s my business.” Ye Shengge raised an eyebrow.
However, Jun Hua could tell something from her expression.
“You still have to get rid of it.” Jun Hua sighed.
Ye Shengge didn’t say anything.
“I know you love acting and are very talented. Nothing can stop you once you get rid of this birthmark,” Jun Hua said. “But I still hope you can reconsider.”
Ye Shengge paused and smiled, “No, it’s not just because of acting.”