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#1 reader

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Posted 01 September 2018 - 08:12 PM

From Bangkok Post Learning Section

 

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Photos by Varuth Hirunyatheb

 

Drake and Frank start a relationship

 

The popularity of yaoi continues to grow. Yaoi TV dramas often make new stars of their actors and directors. The 2015 drama Love Sick the Series launched the career of director Rachit Kusonkoonsiri. So when he announced that he was adapting another yaoi novel, A-Tee Khong Pom (‘Cause You’re My Boy), it created a buzz.

 

The GMM25 show stars new actors Thanatsaron Somthonglai (Frank) and Sattabut Laedeke (Drake) as Tee and Mok, two high-schoolers who fall in love but their parents don't approve of the relationship. The success of ‘Cause You’re My Boy has earned the guys plenty of fans - not only in Thailand but also in countries such as China, Indonesia and the Philippines.

 

Ahead of the drama’s conclusion, S Weekly chatted with 18-year-old Frank and 17-year-old Drake about their characters and working together.

 

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Posted 01 September 2018 - 08:35 PM

Nice boys, it seems. But gee, it's too bad they couldn't find any gay boys to play gay roles. I guess the gay actors are all busy playing straight roles. :-)

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Posted 02 September 2018 - 01:26 AM

Nice boys, it seems. But gee, it's too bad they couldn't find any gay boys to play gay roles. I guess the gay actors are all busy playing straight roles. :-)

 

Considering all the otherwise straight guys most have have been with, I begin to wonder if it really makes much of a difference in this land where--as I'm fond of saying--all things are possible.



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Posted 02 September 2018 - 09:49 PM

Reader:  I begin to wonder if it really makes much of a difference in this land where--as I'm fond of saying--all things are possible.

 

SO right!  This is a point that many westerns in Thailand fail to understand because they view Thai culture through western eyes!






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