Article: Top 10 Thai Movies Copied From Korean Industry

Thailand, like us, appears to be obsessed with Korean dramas and movies! There have been numerous Thai adaptations of K-content over the years, each adding a new twist to previously known stories. What can you blame them for? K-dramas are extremely addictive. Here is a list of remakes that may pique your interest.

1. Classic Again (2020)

Son Ye Jin, Jo Seung Woo, and Jo In Sung star in the original film, The Classic (2003). The premise: A student discovers mementos from her mother’s love story, which strangely parallels her own! Netflix is where you can watch it.

2. Suddenly 20 (2016)

Miss Granny (2014), starring Shim Eun Kyung, is the original film. The premise: When a *grumpy* grandmother is unexpectedly transformed back into her 20-year-old self, she decides to seize the opportunity to live her best life.

3. Unlucky Ploy (2020)

Another Miss Oh (2016) is the Seo Hyun Jin, Jeon Hye Bin, and Eric Mun drama Original. The plot revolves around “a man who is becoming intertwined in the life of two women who happen to have the same identity,” according to Netflix. It is available on Netflix.

4. Oh My Ghost (2018)

Park Bo Young is the lead actor in the original drama Oh My Ghost (2015). The protagonist of the story is a timid assistant chef who becomes possessed by the spirit of a virgin ghost who is out to sex men before she dies and goes to the afterworld.

5. Who Are You (2020)

Kim So Hyun appeared in the original drama Who Are You: School 2015 (2015). The narrative of the twin pairs, who live very separate lifestyles in two distinct cities—one is harassed whereas the other is popular—is told in this story.

6. My Love From Another Star (2019)

Kim Soo Hyun and Jun Ji Hyun star in the authentic narrative My Love From The Star (2013). An alien who has been imprisoned on Land for countless years meets an artist who is connected to his past in the story. Just months before his timetabled return to his homeworld, he falls in love with her and is forced to make a hard choice.

7. Secret Garden (2019)

In the original drama Secret Garden, Hyun Bin and Ha Ji Won are the stars (2010). An “arrogant” CEO and a troubled badass chick who swap bodies miraculously center the story. The series’ female lead is Crazy Little Thing Called Love’s Baifern.

8. Autumn In My Heart (2013)

Song Hye Kyo starred in the authentic drama Autumn In My Heart in 2000. The gap between brother and sister who grew up together is the central theme of the story. Years later, they cross paths again and fall in love, but it seems that everyone is trying to end their relationship.

9. Coffee Prince (2012)

Yoon Eun Hye and Gong Yoo star in the original drama Coffee Prince (2007). The plot: A girl dresses up as a boy and starts working at a coffee shop, but she falls in love with the owner!

10. Princess Hours (2017)

The original drama is Princess Hours/Goong (2006), starring Ju Ji Hoon and Yoon Eun Hye. The story involves a regular student who discovers that she has been pledged to the Crown Prince. This adaptation, which takes place in the fictional nation of Bhutin, turns an arranged marriage into a romantic story.