5 Classic Thai Rom-Coms You’ll Want To Swap Your K-Dramas For

If you are a fan of Thai rom-com, here are pieces you need to check out!

Along with the rest of the world, we have been engrossed in Korean dramas during our time in isolation. Yet, after binge-watching more than a hundred hours over six episodes, perhaps a short pause is in order… for Thai Dramas instead. Never forget that Thai dramas are on par with the best Korean shows on television. Although the Thai television and film industry is more commonly associated with the gory fare, we can attest that their romantic comedies are just as humorous and will leave you with butterflies in your tummy. In case you still need convincing, we’ve compiled a list of some of the greatest and most recognizable examples of Thai love cinema for your viewing pleasure. See the preview and make up your mind.

First Love (Crazy Little Thing Called Love)

A film that most people are familiar with to get things started. You can’t help but feel the kilig watching this romantic comedy starring Mario Maurer, who has appeared in such a Filipino film opposite Erich Gonzales. Nam, a young high school student, watches as she falls in love with the school’s most popular guy!

Friend Zone

Friend Zone, a new Thai romantic comedy, had us enthralled from the get-go with its quick kilig and feel-good vibes. Palm and Gink are two guys who have been friends for a decade, and their tale is the one told in this movie. On the other hand, Palm has always harbored affection for Gink despite being stuck in the “friend zone,” as the song’s title indicates. But will the two eventually see what is in front of them after many years and numerous partners and girlfriends?


A traditional Thai love story centered on Pleng, a stunning English teacher. One of her students, Gym, requests her aid in ending the relationship with her Thai lover so that she may move to the United States and find employment. The responsibility for their separation ultimately falls on Pleng, whom Gym insists teach them English so he may travel to the United States and win back. She is working on her love life issues while assisting Gym with his.

Hello Stranger

Hello Stranger, a South Korean drama set in the capital city of Seoul, is guaranteed to win over viewers of the genre. This classic Thai comedy revolves around a cynic as well as a hopeless lover who happens to meet by chance in Seoul and then decide to go on tour together without ever revealing their identities to each other. The video takes a thorough look at well-known K-drama film settings, such as those shown in Coffee Prince & Winter Sonata, to increase the kilig factor.

The Letter

The Letter is a reimagining of the hit South Korean film Pyeon Ji. It follows the blossoming of a long-distance romance between Dew, a youthful computer programmer, and Ton, a music teacher whom she meets in Chiang Mai. When Dew was meant to join her closest friend on a blind date, tragedy struck when her companion was slain.


Indrani Karmakar from Siliguri is a writer and artist. After graduating in Political science, she broadened her horizons and dived into the world of creativity. She loves adding humour and innovation to everything in and around her. When she is not working, you will find her collecting oddly shaped pebbles, doodling, crafting, and if you are really lucky- you can even catch her humming!
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