Boss And Me: Thai Remake with Aom Sushar and Push Puttichai

Here it is…Thai slowly remaking the popular Cdramas and this time, it’s Boss and Me (杉杉来了); the original aired in 2014 with Zhao Li Ying and Zhang Han. This has been postponed since June of this year so I was surprised to see the airdate dropped so fast. It is based on a novel written by Gu Man. Original Synopsis: Feng Teng (Push Puttichai) is a rich heir and the president of a giant conglomerate. He has a younger sister, Feng Yue, with a very rare blood type. Therefore, he recruits Shan Shan (Aom Sushar), who shares the same blood type as Feng Yue, into the company to be a blood donor. Interesting anecdotes occur when Feng Teng intentionally tries to fatten up Shan Shan, who loves eating. As Feng Teng gets to know Shan Shan, he discovers her innocence and kind heart beyond her clumsy nature, and falls in love with her. [Credit: Wiki]

Airing 11/11~

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Cdramas Airing This Week: Dear Diary, Party A Who Lives Beside Me, Thai Remake of Put Your Head On My Shoulder, Win The Gold, and more

Couple of more dramas this weekend. Are you drowning in dramas yet?

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Ruk Woon Wai Jao Chai Kob: Thai Remake of Prince Who Turns To Frog with Vill Wannarot Sonthichai and Son Yuke Songpaisan

Ah, another remake! Prince Turns to Frog was my guilty pleasure watch as a teenager so I’m weary of all remakes. Lol. The cast looks good but since I’m not a lakorn watcher, I don’t recognize any of the cast. XD To refresh your mind, our female comes from a small island and our male lead is your typical businessman who would like to make a resort out of her home. She accidentally runs him over and he loses his memory. They live together for a while and slowly develop feelings for each other. But he is not a single man. His fiancée continues to look for him while his good friend takes care of her (ahem). Once he recovers his memories, what happens to the makeshift family he has formed?

Begins airing today 1/4 ~

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F4 Thailand: Boys Over Flowers with Tontawan Tantivejakul, Vachirawit Chivaaree, and Jirawat Sutivanisak drops first trailer

Got a wind of this remake from a fan and just wanted to post about it. Yes, yes, yes, an adaptation of Hana Yori Dango has been done to death in the last two decades but it doesn’t look like it will stop anytime soon so let’s just see what’s what of this version. I really do like the vibes the main actress gives off!

Tentative air date is next year…so…. watch this trailer slowly. 🙈

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Matt Peeranee and Nadech Kugimiya at costume fitting for You Who Came From the Stars

Looks good. The Thai Remake of Korean series You Who Came From the Stars has cast Matt Peeranee and Nadech Kugimiya as the leads and they had a costume fitting yesterday and both look amazing, especially Matt Peeranee, she’s feisty and those eyebrows – they slay. Filming is due to begin in October!

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Thai Remake of You Who Came From the Stars casts Nadech Kugimiya and Matt Peranee

Ah, Kim Hubby’s drama, You Who Came From the Stars, gets a Thai Adaptation, securing actor Nadech Kugimiya and Matt Peranee in the leading roles. Interesting, to me the original is totally owned by Jun Ji Hyun so it will be a challenge for another actress to top or come close to her perfect performance as the famous starlet who lives next door to our male lead, a 400-year old cynical alien with super powers. I don’t know much about Thai dramaland and a quick google tells me both of the Thai actors are under 30! So young despite their more mature faces.

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Thai Version of Princess Hours (Goong) with Pattie Ungsumalin and Tao Sattaphong

Based on a Korean manhwa Goong, Princess Hours is getting an adaptation from Thailand! Don’t know about everyone else, but I think Thai has a knack of remaking dramas successfully, like Full House and It started With A Kiss. Goong is not my favorite Kdrama or anything close, but it is to many people, including my mom. That woman, she loves everything I don’t. Lol.

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Thai Version of It Started With A Kiss drops stills and teaser

After the success of Full House, the pair of Mike D. Angelo and Aom Sucharat will reunite in another remake of popular Japanese manga series that we all know too well, Itazura na Kiss. The official title of the new adaption is Kiss Me and is slotted to hit broadcast in September. The teaser is quite cute, not overdone, and I think the addition of a new member might just make this version a winner. But don’t hold your breath on me watching it. Lol. All of the guys picked to play the intelligent and dino male lead has yet to convince me they love the dumb girl… even if the girls are cute and kind as a bunny!

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