Dramas are my thing; I love them all. I have yet to come across one I have not fallen in love with. This month, however, I am obsessed with these.
Bai Lang is a bar-restaurant owner with an all-too-familiar phobia. Ever since he was a young child, he has dreaded having to go to the dentist. And although he has tried countless times to change dentist in search of someone who does not fill him with dread, nothing frightens him more than the idea of having to have his teeth checked. But all that changes on the day that he visits the Gao Leng Dental Hospital – and meets the hospital’s chief dentist Jin Xun’an…
Jin Xun’an is not like all the dentists that Bai Lang has met before. He is gentle, caring, and kind. And Bai Lang begins to feel that Jin Xun’an sees him as more than a patient – and has romantic feelings toward him. But can love really spark between a dentist and his patient? Meanwhile, Zhou Cheng Hao a senior bartender at Bai Lang’s bar and the owner’s close friend is developing a close relationship with He Qing Tian – a rebellious young man 12 years his junior. Many obstacles stand in the way of love for this quartet – but will Cupid find a way to bring happiness to them all?
Su Jing Jing may have a small frame but her diminutive size in no way hinders her ability to hold her own. The truth is, Jing Jing is a top-notch fighter who possesses almost supernatural strength. Able to take down anyone who dares oppose her, Jing Jing has yet to lose a fight.
Gu Rong Yan, on the other hand, couldn’t be more different. A young CEO who has chosen flight over fight, Rong Yan finds himself in desperate need of a bodyguard. Meeting Jing Jing purely by chance, he witnesses her talents first-hand and almost immediately offers her a job. Accepting his proposal, Jing Jing agrees to work as Rong Yan’s bodyguard.
With no idea what she’s getting herself into, Jing Jing takes her job as Rong Yan’s bodyguard seriously but his carefree nature makes her life difficult, to say the least. Despite their differences, the two find themselves growing closer but several unfortunate misunderstandings insist on tearing them apart. Will this unlikely pair find a way to overcome the obstacles that seem to constantly come between them?
Considered by many to be a cute guy, Rain shouldn’t have any trouble getting a girlfriend. Unfortunately, the only girl to ever truly capture his heart has her heart set on Phayu. With his devastating good looks and his bad-boy biker persona, it’s no wonder Phayu is the one senior at school every girl dreams of dating; which means Rain doesn’t stand a chance with his dream girl.
When fate brings Phayu into Rain’s life in an almost cruel and unexpected way, Rain decides it’s time to put Phayu in his place. Hoping to ruin Phayu’s reputation among the girls at school, Rain decides to make Phayu fall madly in love with him. While supporting Rain in his attempt at revenge, his best friend Sky, struggles with his own set of problems. Having been in a toxic relationship, Sky has no desire to find love ever again. But when he crosses paths with Prapai, he seems unable to escape the fate that seems to inexplicably bind them.
Overwhelmed by the rush of feelings that wash over them, every time Phayu and Prapai are around, Rain and Sky do their best to make sense of it all. But are either of them willing to accept what those feelings might mean?
Adapted from the novels “Love Storm” and “Love Sky” by MAME, “Love in the Air” is a 2022 Thai romance drama directed by Neti Suwanjinda.
The story revolves around three troubled youths who find solace in their common experiences to become the best family that they can be for each other. Growing up in dysfunctional households, three individuals who are unrelated by blood treat each other like family as they yearn for the love that they cannot find at home. Eldest brother Ling Xiao, second brother He Ziqiu, and youngest sister Li Jianjian grow up together, experiencing life’s joy and strife as they support each other’s chosen paths. As Ling Xiao and He Ziqiu graduate from high school, they return to their original families. Five years later, the three are reunited, but the heartaches from their complicated family past becomes a shadow that constantly lingers. Can they finally fix their personal issues to become better versions of themselves?
I am 100% obsessed with all these, BUT the one that took me by the heartstrings, and I was not expecting to turn out the way it did, was Love in the Air. I am OBSESSED. I have rewatched this many times, and as a warning, it has some very STEAMY scenes that will make your heart flip and those butterflies flutter. WOW! It is on an entirely different level, and if you watch it, you will understand what I mean. What shows are you currently obsessed with?