This series is simply dazzling and a pure work of effulgence. It is breathtakingly beautiful and a stunning assemblage of artistry. It comes close to being a visual masterpiece with its juxtaposition of ancient and modern settings.
I really liked the previews for this BL, but not the series. The actors were good, but the show was slow paced and I did not feel the chemistry between the main couple. Su Hai Qing and Chen Pin Jun had more chemistry than Yan Fei and Su Hai Qing did. I adored watching the elderly grandfather though. He was sweet and cute.
I’m not going to be so dramatic as to say Honey Sir will help you believe in love again, but it damn near comes close.
There are delinquents in every school. Ashen is one of them. To make it worse, his father is a powerful politician, meaning he can get away with basically anything. To Sarith, who just wants to lead a peaceful school life, Ashen is someone that should be avoided at all costs. But what happens when they’re forced into situations together and Sarith sees a whole different side of Ashen – One which is cute and needs to be protected?
Despite the current Covid-19 situation, the BL universe is continuously churning out new dramas at an alarming rate.
Here we are, with the second edition of our much awaited feature. Your favorite authors have put together a riveting list of choicest BL actors, who have won global recognition and fandoms.
Wabi Sabi Studio’s 7 Project, a series about seven couples inspired by seven different songs, has been a Thai project I have long anticipated since its announcement.
Beloved Thai BL actors Jimmy Karn and Tommy Sittichok have returned to the screen in a unique collaborative project called Peach of Time between South Korea and Thailand.
Surprise! A BL from the United States! (We do not and cannot call it that though). This is a wonderful BL series about high school boys who are in a gay relationship. I know this is a bit unorthodox to list this as a BL, but it certainly is and is especially well done. Sure, it has the discernment and mores of the American culture, but in a sense, it is still kind of ground-breaking.
If you are looking for a Thai BL series that will make you hungry, then you’ve come to the right place because the new drama Bite Me the Series will not disappoint. It’s probably best to watch this drama with snacks close at hand. I spent most of the first episode gawking at the food and salivating, which isn’t a bad thing. But it also isn’t necessarily good.