Thai drama series are a popular genre on Thai TV and are often aired at prime time on most TV stations. If you’re fan of soap operas and TV dramas, then you’ll definitely fall in love with the drama series and episodes from this part of Asia. Check out the following collection of Thai drama series from this year that you ought to watch.
Part 1. Top 10 Thailand Drama to Watch
1. For You
For You, also known as Puer Tu, is a Thai romantic drama series that was originally released in 2016. It takes viewers through the life of Chanon, a hardworking and responsible man on the verge of landing a job as a factory head and getting married to his love, Antika. Atibed, the protagonist, is jealous and sets him up, sending him to prison. When he gets out, Chanon and Antika try against all odds to find their way to each other, setting in motion one of the most endearing dramas on Thai TV.
2. Sweet Boy
Sweet Boy is another romantic drama that centers around the challenges of a young boy and his sexual identity. The drama follows Nack, a 17-year old who is the son of a single, hardworking mother as he comes to terms with questions surrounding his homosexual love life.
3. Khluen Chiwit
Khluen Chiwit is a Thai drama that ran from January 27 to March 13, 2017. It follows Jeerawat, a hardworking actress and model who is always cheerful and lively. Unfortunately, her world takes a turn for the worst when while driving to run away from her lustful stepfather, she hits and kills a woman on the road. The woman’s fiancée, Sathit, pursues tries to bring Jeerawat to book but instead falls in love with her, setting in motion events that will surely keep you glued to your screen.
4. U-Prince Series
U-Prince Series is yet another instalment of Thai drama that pits two would-be lovebirds who are stuck in two different worlds. Sibtis is a charming bad boy who strives to charm his way into the heart of Prikkang, a humble, down-to-earth girl who dislikes arrogance and narcissism, which happen to be Prikkang’s biggest attributes.
5. Sotus: The Series
Sotus: The Series was a Thai drama series that aired between August 2016 and January 2017. It takes viewers through the relationship between Kongpob, a vocal and assertive college freshman and his mentor, Artit, as they try to cope with the university system called SOTUS, an acronym for Seniority, Order, Tradition, Unity and Spirit.
6. Make it Right 2: The Series
Make it Right 2 is a TV adaption of the BL novel of the same name. The series aired between May and August this year and follows the life of Fuse, a sensitive high school boy who tries to cope with newfound feelings of attraction towards another boy, even though he had a girlfriend.
7. Slam Dance: The Series
Slam Dance is a 2017 Thai drama series that features a mix of romance, drama, youth, and intrigue as college-level athletes try to outdo each other in different competitive sports. The series aired between May and August this year and is one of the most watched Thai drama series this year.
8. My Bromance: The Series
My Bromance is among the growing body of LGBT work in Thailand that seek to shed light on the controversies surrounding homosexuality and homophobia. It tells the story of Golf and Bank, two step-brothers who fall in love but are separated by their homophobic father/step-father. After a lengthy separation of more than 8 years, they are forced to choose between past and current lives that involve new relationships.
9. Project S The Series (SPIKE)
Project S: The Series is a Thai drama that aired between May and July this year. It features an ongoing competitive feud between two volleyball teams, Theppanya High School and St. Sebastian High as each tries to outdo each other to win the championship.
10. Rak Kan Panlawan
Rak Kan Panlawan is an upcoming Thai drama that is set to air from November. The Thai drama/drama/romance features a complex love triangle that centres on a tomboy, Tulyana, who decides to start dating men after getting dumped by her girlfriend severally.
Part 2. Watch Thai Drama with English Subtitle on Snaptube
If you’re a true lover of mobile entertainment then you’ll fall in love with Snaptube. This Android app lets you catch up with episodes from your favorite Thai drama series straight from your mobile device.
Snaptube brings together all your video and music streaming sites and apps on one platform, enabling you to switch seamlessly between them. For instance, you can watch an episode of My Bromance on Dailymotion and immediately switch to Sweet Boy on YouTube without any lag, thanks to Snaptube’s powerful multitasking engine. Plus, in addition to the pre-configured sites, you can add your streaming sites to the app for quick and easy access in the future.
updated by Chief Editor on Feb 01, 2018