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A Beleza na Simplicidade

Foi tudo lindo e apenas reafirmar o escrevi aqui em outrora.

O BL foi perfeito, é uma prova de que nem tudo precisa ser superproduzido (com atuação e produção) para fazer uma série divertida e divertida - se for feito da maneira certa, às vezes o melhor caminho é o mais simples. Um trabalho muito bem feito do roteirista e diretor, Golf Sakon Wong em parceria com a GMM.
Enfim, um BL para você rir e ficar xonado com o jeito bobo e ao mesmo tempo "romântico" dos atores.

A interpretação de atores consideravelmente novos no meio da indústria Boys Love foi perfeita, nem preciso mencionar em relação aos consagrados.

Penso que faltou apenas uma ênfase maior ao sonho de Kang, já que quando era novo seu sonho foi interrompido para que tivesse tempo em ajudar a sua mãe, embora o BL mostre que ele segue a vida, mesmo que de forma indiscreta, mas eu penso que poderia ter sido ainda melhor, Assim como o romance entre Potae e Payos.

Essa mistura de bobo com fofo deixa a gente mais cativado ainda....
O Moo tem todo meu respeito o cara não quer saber de problemas, apenas quer viver o amor dele sem se preocupar com essa "historinha" dos outros.
A GMM fez este BL de forma, acredito eu, para aproximar mais as pessoas e mostrar mesmo que vale a pena lutar pelo amor, pelos sonhos e desejos.
Gostei do casal secundário, ter progredido, foi pouco, mas foi, e espero que no próximo EP eles tenha um pouco mais de tempo também.

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"Only Boo" é uma história simples, mas isso é seu grande mérito. É simplesmente adorável.

A história de dois garotos aprendendo sobre o amor e a vida cativa através da personalidade e carisma dos personagens e dos atores que os interpretaram. Sea e Keen dão vida de forma cativante, nos envolvendo no amável romance e amizade dos jovens Kang e Moo.

Em um dos mais bem desenvolvidos relacionamentos que eu já vi em uma série BL, cada episódio é uma nova oportunidade de se encantar com a relação do gentil e prestativo Kang, e do benevolente e adorável Moo.

Uma história de amor me que conquista quando consigo entender a razão dos personagens se apaixonarem, e com Kang e Moo isso é evidente. A gentileza de se mostrar prestativo e cuidadoso conquista Moo, e a fofura e carisma de quase um gatinho em forma de menino conquista Kang.

A GMMTV não costuma sair muito da caixinha em suas produções, mas ironicamente um dos meus projetos preferidos da produtora, é um que não tenta ser inovador, mas não precisa ser inovador, esse é seu triunfo.

Espero que Sea e Keen tenham oportunidade de trabalhar juntos em outro projeto, a química desse par merece ser vista novamente.

"Only Boo" é uma série redondinha e cheia de fofura.

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THE BEST OF 2024 SO FAR!

What are you doing? If you havent watched this series yet just go and fall in love with Moo and Kang already! Only Boo is this year's Bad Buddy and My School President! One of the best of the year so far!

This series breaks my usual Friday night GMMTV BL habit. At first I was hesitant to watch it - 2 relatively new actors, with a cheap looking poster and a not so overwhelming trailer, plus its another one of those young high school themed BL series. but I am so glad I gave this a chance. The very first episode surprised me - and I immediately fell in love with the characters! This series is a testament that not everything has to be overproduced (with acting and production) to make an entertaining enjoyable series - if its made right, sometimes the best way is the simplest way.

I cant say enough how this series relied heavily on the 2 main leads's charms - Keen as Moo is a surprising revelation and Sea as Kang in his understated awkward robotic acting reminiscent of Japanese BLs. Both are super adorable and super lovable and their chemistry is just over the top. Their characters may be considered two of the greenest flags ever created for a BL and are really good role models for the current generation of LGBTQ and BL lovers. Watching them together is hard to believe its their first main series, It will be crazy if GMMTV isnt lining up projects for them.

Let me also just say that whoever thought of making Kang and Moo cry, you are an evil evil genius man! Everytime Moo and Kang cry feels like watching your puppy just died and triggers every maternal instinct to want to protect them both.

The second couple and the support casts are also amazing. Aun and Ashi as Potae and Payos are just as adorable as Kang and Moo. And Milk - what can you say about Milk - she has become the gold standard for all the BL fangirls (and fanboys) out there, it felt like I am Neth screaming at the top of my lungs whenever i see my ship together. Added to the mix is the always adorable Louis looking perfect as the band's leader and eventhough a lot of KangMoo supporters hated Book's character I still loved that he shared his experience to support the new actors.

The story itself, although at first glance showed a very common plot, was fully developed for a 12 episode series. I loved the idol concept and the journey that both Moo and Kang had to go through with a very fast pacing and a very positive messaging delivered in such a modern refreshing way. Every single episode felt important and most of all, i really appreciate the fact that eventhough some of the episodes especially 10 and 11 are meant to be the dreaded breakup episodes they still found a way to end each of them positively so we wont have to wait brokenhearted for a whole week.

Also the music and soundtrack are both perfect - reminiscent of similar series before it like 2gether, Bad Buddy and My School President.

If there's anything to improve, i guess it would be to give Kang's character a slight upgrade cause his story felt somewhat secondary to Moo's journey. Also, why limit Louis exposure like that? We love our Louis and more of him is always good!

I cant tell you enough how in these past 3 months I looked forward to Sundays and how it gives me energy to face the new week again. I will definitely miss this duo and heres hoping to see them again in a new series soon!

PS. I just want to say that Im glad GMMTV is going all out with BL productions and giving their huge line of actors the space to shine- these past 2 to 3 months they have graced our Wednesday, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays with contents to help us get through this dreaded heatwave, and im very thankful for that.

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Main Ingredient? LOVE!

What can you do when your mom sends you far away from the city as a punishment? Live with it. Or you could run away, but that probably wouldn't be the best idea.

Moo, who has that problem, was sent away for not being a good student and skipping classes due to trying to reach his dream of becoming an idol. When his mom finally gets tired of it, she sends him away from Bangkok. Now, in a secluded area where the nearest convenience store is a 20 minute walk, he must learn to live here where he has a crappy room and bad internet.

Kang, a guy who helps his mom run a restaurant. Nothing much to it besides the fact he's a good artist.

When their paths meet, what could happen? Will there be love brewing? We'll have to wait and see over the weeks that this comes out.

This drama had reminded me so much of msp. Not necessarily the plot but the way that this makes me feel takes me back to when I was first watching My School President. I love Sea and Keen as a pairing so much!! Kang and Moo matched each other so much, and their visuals together are just amazing overall. This series may just be my top 5, maybe even 3, bl series of 2024

Who would I be if I forgot about the side couple? Payos and Potae are such cuties and seeing them together was great, I hope to see more of them together in future series.

As the first half of 2024 is coming to an end, the last day of June being my birthday and being the last day of the first half of 2024, Only Boo is beginning to wrap up with only one week until the final episode. It's sad to say and I will for sure miss these two, but I'm so glad that I joined this journey and watch these two characters grow as they realize their love for each other.

This series was a roller coaster of emotions from tears of joy to tears of sadness. If I had a chance to watch this all over again for the first time, I would. My cuties!!!!

(For those who don't know: The Trainee with OffGun will be overtaking the Sunday spot, June 30th, my birthday😋)

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Recipe of Only Boo: Sugar, spice and Everything nice!

The story is simple - Cute and endearing one meets the stoic and cool. They fall in love. Fluff...fluff..issues..fluff.
But in this case, it is executed VERY well.

It is sweet, heartwarming and a drama you watch when you want to snuggle up on rainy gloomy days to cheer yourself up!!

Moo and Kang are both green-est flags with adorable and entertaining chemistry.

Moo's conviction towards his goal was really cool to watch. I liked how his journey was portrayed. From him being naive and an irresponsible kid toward his studies to meeting Kang and falling in love and still not giving up on his lifelong dream for the sake of love !! *slow claps*
Kang was the opposite. Given up on his dream (sort of) but then him meeting Moo and falling in love gave him a much-needed push to start chasing his own dreams. And he does!!
He is the epitome of being understanding.

I loved how the motto of their relationship was - "WE GROW INDIVIDUALLY AND TOGETHER!"

The interruptions caused by the constraints of Moo's idol life and their separation later actually made sense (Though I did cry with Moo). It didn't feel out of place and was not an unnecessary plot device. The time skip was manageable and wasn't ridiculously dragged.

As for the acting by the leads, it is done well considering it is Keen and Sea's first main role. Looking forward to seeing them in more! The other side actors also delivered well. Though I was a bit confused at first for the 2nd couple's story but glad it worked out in the end. I thoroughly enjoyed the friendship and bond between Potae and Moo in the last few episodes.

While the ending did feel somewhat rushed and the story could have better connected it's loose ends but it didn't diminish the enjoyment it brought !

Overall, RECOMMENDED if you want to watch something light-hearted with overflowing cuteness and green flags!

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Love at first sight and the realization of dreams

Do you believe in love at first sight? This is one of the most used tropes in film and television, especially if it is a romantic drama. In fact, it is a trope so used in almost any narrative that for many people it is quite normal to expect this famous crush when looking for a partner.
What would happen if we combined love at first sight with other tropes, such as the difference in social classes, dissatisfaction with life, very opposite personalities, the passion for music and dance, the evolution of strangers to friends and from friends to lovers, the search for happiness, the realization of dreams or that one of the boys continues studying while the other abandons studies to help his mother in the family business in the absence of his deceased father?
With all these ingredients inside a large saucepan used to make curry rice, Sakon Wongsinwiset, recognized for his work in popular dramas, such as the saga of 'Club Friday: The Series', 'Cooking Crush' and 'Our Skyy 2' ', among others, cooks the series 'Only Boo!'.
Starring "Sea" Dechchart Tasilp, as Kang, in his first foray into the world of entertainment, and "Keen" Suvijak Piyanopharoj, as Moo ('My Tempo'), or just "KangMoo", a ship that at only 18 years old of age each already raises sighs among BL lovers, the drama tells the story of a young heir of a rich family in Bangkok in the last year of high school, who is forced to move to Nakhon Phatom, as punishment to correct his behavior for deciding not to go to school and appear for an audition on the same day as an exam. In the new setting, while trying to fulfill his dream of becoming an idol, he discovers his first love.
The boys' lives are about to cross paths, and it won't be a casual crossing. And such an encounter between the two produces the subsequent "train crash." The one will influence the other as much as the other influences the one. This union will be to such a point that both will begin to feel things unknown until then that they will not be able to control.
With a script by Pattarawalai Wongsinwises, this romantic comedy tells the story of Moo, an ordinary teenager who loves to sing and dance – although with bad luck because he has not been able to fulfill his desire – who falls in love with Kang, the boy who sells curry. with rice at the school to which he has been transferred. To conquer him, he will need all his ingenuity and the help of his new friends Payos (Ashi Peerakan Teawsuwan), Potae (Aun Napat Patcharachavalit), also interested in becoming idols, and Neth (Milk Pansa Vosbein), Khang's friend. Jang (Louis Thanawin Teeraphosukarn), these three
Moo, who wants to love and realize his dream at the same time, accepts his homosexuality from the moment he meets Kang. But his hopes are null when he believes that the sharp, serious and very joking boy is decidedly heterosexual. However, Kang, who initially treats him in a cold and distant manner, has actually also developed feelings for the cheerful and playful teenager.
Intelligent, a dreamer, with strength and confidence in achieving what he believes in, Moo is different from anyone Kang could meet. Moo will try to make him fall in love with her and get him to see beauty through his eyes. Time will make them both discover and accept each other, allowing them to live a key moment in their adolescence when the bond of friendship leads to a deep story of intense, respectful love full of tenderness.
And after Moo tells Kang: "I don't want to have friends. I want to have a boyfriend," one of those idyllic adolescent romances that hide - or deny - any flaws will begin. However, the love relationship must face several tests, and among these is the arrival in the town of Shone (Book Kasidet Plookphol), Moo's cousin, who will also have intentions of conquering the curry rice seller, or the pressure he exerts the entertainment industry from preventing the romantic relationships of their idols.
Sakon Wongsinwiset, a director with an important work within the genre, knows how to narrate, knows how to build atmospheres and knows how to use cinematographic tools to tell what he wants about beings destined to be incompatible, but who against all odds and against all difficulties meet. and they love. With complete intentionality, at times it seems as if these two young people could not be together, but neither could they be apart. And this, in addition to the talent of the actors, says a lot about their work behind the cameras and pulling all the threads of the machine.
Kang, the boy who likes art and painting in his spare time, and Moo, the sincere and innocent young man, with an expressive face and open personality, are a perfect couple. How so, when one hides his feelings while the other is honest and direct about his love and affection? There is a reason for the magic of television. No?
Hopelessly in love, Moo tries to get Kang to notice him and flirt with him. So he tries hundreds of ways to win him over. She writes songs for him, she comes up with phrases to make him fall in love with him, she dances for him. At first, Kang appears to be angry at Moo for bothering him. There comes a point where he is confused about his feelings for Moo. He tries to tell himself that he doesn't like him, but deep down he is attracted to the boy.
This is a romantic comedy characterized by a fast tone, acid humor and self-confidence in dramatic situations, which intimately portrays the first moments of passion and falling in love between two boys to delve into the twists and turns and complexities of love and desire.
The student who comes to the store every day to eat Kai Palo begins to arouse some curiosity in Kang, and with plates of delicious food, rides on the motorcycle on which Kang goes out to the street to sell food, and furtive glances Between the two, a joyful and intense love story is born in a subtle way.
This story, which provides inclusive insights into the debate on diverse identities and sexualities, while at the same time exploring the development and growth of a young man pursuing a dream, addresses topics such as friendship, love, family, relationships, sexuality, adolescence and in particular first love, sexual awakening and identity in a post-millennial format as it dilutes the binary and sexual identity boundaries (man-woman) and makes way for a teenage romance drama that aims directly at the heart.
Moo will realize that the journey towards his dream is not a bed of roses and to succeed he will have to overcome many obstacles. This is how the series also sends the message that effort and passion can contribute to success.
Although mothers, friends and a secondary couple circulate in its universe, the series is, basically, an exploration of that very particular relationship. And, in that sense, the chemistry and magnetism between Keen and Sea is what will make or break the narrative. They are the ones who on screen can cope with even the cheesiest situation with commendable elegance, ductility and naturalness.
From a cinephile's perspective, 'Only Boo'! It is a story to watch without pauses. It portrays that first feeling of attraction towards another man in adolescence. Friends, school, parents, dreams, make up and generate a world of difficulties that, in a certain way and in that single moment, are the most difficult problems to solve. But it can also be considered as a contribution to current discussions about non-binary and non-heterosexual sexual-affective bonds, with the conflicts they entail.
I liked how Moo came out to the whole school and how Kang, instead of blushing, getting shy, reproaching Moo, as happens so many times in real life as in other BL series, went to help Moo escape punishment of the school authorities who, in turn, did not go to punish him with a homophobic attitude, as one could imagine could happen in a conservative, patriarchal and heteronormative society like Thailand, in which discrimination against members of the school still persists. LGBTIQ+ collective, but because Moo used the school radio to broadcast a personal message.
I liked how the two mothers accepted their children's homosexuality, when it was assumed that they would act differently for the reasons stated above, since homosexuality in Thailand is also a taboo subject.
'Only Boo!' It is an example of how Thai series can set out and fulfill the objective of contributing to diluting binary and sexual identity boundaries (man-woman) and contributing to current discussions about non-binary and non-heterosexual sexual-affective bonds. In other words, it is an example in the fight for the rights of LGBTIQ people in that Southeast Asian country.
'Only Boo! It delves into its plot and puts its finger on the sore spot when it addresses a very controversial topic: either being human or being an Idol. Everything seemed to be going very well for the protagonist couple, until the moment when they must face a reality: many music agencies stipulate contracts with artists so that they do not have romantic relationships while the engagement lasts.
Likewise, we will not only be pleased with Keen Suvijak's histrionic and dancing skills, as we will also enjoy his vocal qualities when he performs "แค่ที่แกง Ost.แค่ที่แกง Only Boo!", the theme that presents each episode, and "Estación No .0", a heartbreaking song about a boy who suffers after being abandoned by his boyfriend, among others.
In this case, the director presents the story through a plot structure that gives the series an innocent and nostalgic look at first youth and first love.
Simple, sober and with just the right moments of humor, the drama radiates an incredible charm that will make us want to close our eyes and hug the screen tightly so that this world and these characters never escape us.

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Thai romcom

Overall: this is the epitome of a Thai romcom. 12 episodes about 45 minutes each. Aired on GMMTV's YouTube channel, playlist https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLszepnkojZI72NwYDLdpMM17t-B-9BvTB&si=1Jdv5bf4kpg-sShr

Content Warnings: held against will, harassment, past death, non con video taking/sharing/unwanted public outing, manipulation

What I Liked
- clear premise
- a few central characters
- cute moments
- supportive friends
- Kang's supportive mom and that Moo's mom was smart and saw thru him (not a fan of how Moo's mom later though)
- briefly addressed a downside of shipping culture

Room For Improvement
- wish Kang had shown Moo some interest instead of showing distaste and then turning his back to show the viewer that he enjoyed Moo's flirting for the first 5 episodes
- after a clear rejection in an episode, I wanted Kang to be the one to approach Moo but unfortunately it was once again Moo
- comedy sound effects were excessive and detracted from the comedy
- cliche/not needed angst towards the end (to avoid this you can stop watching at episode 10 part 2, 10 minutes and start it again at episode 12 part 2 at 4 minutes
- a CEO suddenly changed his mind felt like 'because the writer said so'
- the time jump and then a voice over exposition dump at the end of the series
- could have condensed the series for faster pacing

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So Stinky Cute That I Can Look Over Sea's Acting...

What started off rough for me ended up being a very entertaining watch that I'm glad I gave a chance to. This series is not perfect, nor will it be one of the more memorable GMMTV series, but, I enjoyed it while watching, and that's all that matters.

Let's Dive In.

Starting off, the story is this interesting concept of a country boy who loves art falling for a city boy who loves music. His dream is to become an idol, but while doing so, he falls for the country boy, and of course, the rule is that they can't date. The story/plot is so intriguing and cute that you can't not just love it. Keen plays the incredibly extroverted Moo who's adamant on showing his love for Kang. Kang is super helpful and stoic, but he gets around to being open eventually. Again, the story is so adorable and there are so many precious moments that I was able to look over some of the glaring problems in this, like Sea's acting.

Sea's acting in this was extremely rough. People in the comments tried telling me, "It gets better the more you watch" but it's the exact same until the end. I understand he's a new actor, but geez, I don't think I've seen this much below-mediocre acting from someone in a GMMTV series in a minute. If this series wasn't so stinking cute, and Keen's acting wasn't so good, I would've dropped a long time ago. He had his good moments, but most of them were bad. He doesn't know how to show expression on his face, so it's just a blank stare for the majority of his scenes. He needs so much work before he moves on to the next series, and I mean a lot. Keen carried their ship until the end (also, wouldn't mind seeing him paired with someone else..) But speaking in terms of Moo and Kang's relationship, I think it was adorable. They had so many scenes where they were just being passionate and open, and they really delivered some beautiful moments. I like the subtle things they did while Moo was an idol (blank letters, Kang dressing as a mascot, private messages, etc..), and I'm not a "ride on my motorcycle and hold me" trope fan, but these two made it extremely endearing, I loved it. Overall, their relationship was cute, they had decent enough kisses, and by the end, I appreciated their romance.

Moving onto the side couple, honestly, I went in being so obsessed with them, but left feeling anti-climatic, Their relationship is a perfect build-up: best friends, dance partners, subtle hints that they have feelings for one another. Just so many reasons that I absolutely adored them, but they have minimal setup after Yos confesses. It's like the writers wanted to keep the angst and not do anything about it until the very last episode. Overall though, they were perfect in the beginning, but their ending could've played out a lot better (dating earlier, Tae realizing his feelings earlier, etc...).

Some of the casting felt a little...weird? What was stopping them from casting Shone and Peth closer to Sea, Keen, Aun and Ashi's age? Something just felt out of sorts with Shone's character having feelings for Kang. I realize they're supposed to be the same age in college, but it just doesn't work. You can obviously tell they are two very different ages, so it's hard to believe the story. Same with Kang supposedly being two years older than Moo's character (I thought he had dropped out of high school until the 6th episode).

Obviously, this is a series about trainees becoming idols, but oh gosh, the dancing was probably the hardest to sit through. It's not that bad, but so many mistakes and not-in-sync moments that made me cringe. Also, a little annoying that when Moo sang (and I actually cared to listen and not skip over it) his live voice sounded completely different than the OST that would play immediately after (assuming that he also sang that as well).

Ratings:

Story: 8/10 - really entertaining, extremely cute. So good that I'm able to look over some of the glaring mistakes/problems with it.

Acting: 7/10 - Sea's need so much improvement before I decide to watch a SeaKeen series again. It's only tolerable to sit through because this series is literal fluff, but if they were to have a more heavy-hitting drama, there's no way I could've sat through his acting. I hope he gets better in the future. Besides that, Keen did an excellent job and he played his character incredibly well. Aun needs more recognition in GMMTV and he did really well in this, same as Ashi.

Music: 6.5/10 - when I wasn't skipping over it, it sounded decent enough.

Recommendation Value: 7/10 - super light-hearted, a giant puddle of fluff. It's hard not to enjoy this one, it's literally so sweet. It's a good starter BL for people getting into the genre.

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How can people like THIS??!!

Me again, disliking a series that everybody seems to like... Let's talk about it then!

Let's start with the plot (what plot?). I mean... I'm not against simple storylines but they have to be well done and it wasn't the case with this show. There is no flavour to the story (the cast didn't help either) and watching the episodes every week was just a thing I had to do instead of a thing that I enjoyed doing. It rapidly started to get boring (episode 1 was already not a good start) and I felt like they were trying to stretch the end to a max just to reach the 12-episode mark (which wasn't necessary, in my opinion). The characters fell in love too quickly (Moo was already in love at episode 1...) and they added unnecessary drama at the end to try to keep the audience interested in the story (which didn't work for me). I mean, the whole "no dating" rule could've been interesting but it was badly written and directed. Moo was crying for 3 episodes straight just because "Why is Kang not trying to see me if he misses me?" thing when he himself is under a contract that prohibits him from dating and that's the very reason Kang broke up with him. Like... is he stupid or what?

Talking about Moo, let's talk about the characters... Moo is unlikable since episode 1. I can excuse him for his immature behaviour as he's only 18 years old (if I remember correctly) and I was probably like (or even worse than) him when I was his age but I just realise that watching immature characters doing immature things on screen is really not my thing. And I could've accepted it if there was an improvement in his character, if his character grew up throughout the episodes but no... he stayed the same from episode 1 to the end. I remember reading a comment about the preview of episode 11 saying that Moo has matured because he's not running after Kang and just wants to see him (when he finally knows where he studies and decides to go see him) and after watching the episode, I was laughing my a** off how wrong that comment was. Moo never matures throughout the series and he's just plain stupid.

But at least, Moo's actor can somewhat act which is not the case for Kang's actor. I'm sorry to burst your little fan bubble, but this guy can't act. He had the same expression from the beginning to the end. Okay, he can maybe cry a little but I'm wondering if he is not using eye drops to make it happen because his face doesn't show any sadness when he cries. His face is just bland and that's the worse thing for an actor.

Even the rest of the cast couldn't balance it out. The relationship between Potae and Payos started good but, as the rest of the show, it quickly went down the drain as I hate characters that do one step forward and two steps backward. It was exactly how their story went at the end and I wasn't interested enough in the show to care about them. Louis, Milk and Book were nice addition to the show but their characters couldn't save the series. And even Force cameo at the end was so predictable that it didn't add anything to the show (even though, it was still nice to see him).

About the music, they were using a lot of the same songs over and over again and I didn't quite like the songs (just my opinion, of course). I feel like GMMTV is using its actors a lot to sing in their own series and I'm starting disliking it more and more - even though, the premise of the story justifies the use of the songs in this series (but it's not always the case).

Anyway, I'm glad that this monstruosity has finally ended and I can't wait for what's replacing it now: The Trainee. Hope it will be better but it definitely can't be worse looking at the casting.

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Th3spian
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Musical 8.0
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The future

From the very beginning I was hooked. The chemistry between Keen and Sea feels natural. The drama has this cute fluffy vibe that you can’t help but smile and giggle at. There are hella sound effects but they’re not obnoxiously placed and over powering the rest of the audio.
I really enjoy how outgoing, charming and shameless Moo is lol. His character really pairs and contrast well with Kang and his calm helping personality.
I genuinely can’t say how much I love this series *insert crying emoji*. It’s one of GMMTVs best rom com fluffy dramas that gets better with every episode.
I hope to see more of Keen and Sea! They’re going to do great things.

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História 8.0
Acting/Cast 7.5
Musical 8.0
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Cute, but poor, poor Moo

"I am not a mosquito, no matter how much you shoo me away I won't leave"

This is a cute little easy to watch and easy to love drama. While I will admit that some of the actors could use a few acting lessons the over all feel to this is oooh so cute and ohhh poor Moo...

As we meet our bubbly, male lead Moo, a guy in need of a lesson or ten in respecting other peoples boundaries. However he is sweet his intentions are good and it really is hard to dislike the kid. He is also very talented and surrounded by people who underestimate him from start to finish the people around him keep underastamting him over and over again making mee feel bad for poor Moo. He is also the one character (ok, there is one more) who's delivery of, well everything is good (boy can sing, dance and act)

Out other male lead is cold, and warm, bickering fun but boy really needs to improve his mimics and delivery of lines.

There is some second hand embarrassment, and a few kind of meeh very predictable twists that had me lower the score a bit but all in all a fun watch that I do recommend to those who enjoy music, dancing and slightly obsessed boys in love.

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Paulo Wesley
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No geral 9.5
História 9.5
Acting/Cast 8.5
Musical 8.5
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que fofo

achei o primeiro episódio muito fofo e bem construído. Eles tiveram muita conexão e química, logo no primeiro episódio. vou adorar assistir e acompanhar eles durante todos os episódios.
já teve beijão acidental hahaha adoreeeeii
fofos demais, engraçado, desenvolvimento muito bom, a história me prendeu, tem bastante química, bastante coisa pra ser desenvolvido, uma história cativante e cheio de aventura. espero que seja assim, durante toda a temporada e que tenha mais beijos e química. Uns fofos, que ajudam uns aos outros
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