While hope is crucial, oxytocin, sometimes known as the love hormone, is another physiological reason why people are drawn to a wonderful love tale. When it comes to romance films, it can feel as if you're falling in love with the characters on screen and having a stronger connection with the film. Here are some Thai romance films to watch.
1. Bangkok Traffic Love Story (2009)
Bangkok Traffic is a Thai romantic comedy film that was released on October 15, 2009 by GTH. Adisorn Tresirikasem directed the film, which was authored by Navapol Thamrongruttanarit. The film follows Mei Li (Cris Horwang), a thirty-year-old woman who is keen to marry after being the last of her friends to do so, and her relationship with Loong (Theeradej Wongpuapan), a BTS Skytrain engineer. The skytrain is heavily featured throughout the novel, having celebrated its tenth anniversary the same year and lending its name to the Thai and English titles.
2. Crazy Little Thing Called Love (2010)
First Love, also known as Crazy Little Thing Called Love and A Little Thing Called Love, is a 2010 Thai romantic comedy film starring Mario Maurer and Pimchanok Luevisadpaibul that was a sleeper smash in Asia in 2011. It depicts the narrative of Nam, a 14-year-old seventh-grader who falls in love with her tenth-grade senior Chon and works valiantly to capture his attention.
3. Hello Stranger (2010)
Hello Stranger is a 2010 Thai romantic comedy film starring Chantavit Dhanasevi and Nuengthida Sophon, and produced by Banjong Pisanthanakun. It was Banjong's debut romance picture, and it was based on Songkalot Bangyikhun's novel Two Shadows in Korea.
4. The Iron Ladies (2000)
Youngyooth Thongkonthun directed The Iron Ladies, which was authored by Visuttchai Boonyakarnjawa and Jira Maligool and released in 2001. It was Thongkonthun's first time directing. The movie is based on the true story of a men's volleyball team made up of gay and kathoey sportsmen.
5. My Girl (2003)
When Jeab finds out that his childhood girlfriend Noi-Naa is getting married, he returns to his provincial hamlet. As he does so, memories of his boyhood in Thailand in the 1980s flood back. His father would have to give him a lift on the back of the motorcycle because he was always late to school. He'd always play with Noi-Naa and her companions after school, while the neighbourhood guys rode their bikes and played football and Chinese fantasy characters.
6. Pee Mak (2013)
Pee Mak is a supernatural romantic comedy-horror film directed by Banjong Pisanthanakun and released in Thailand in 2013. The storey is based on the Thai folklore legend of Mae Nak Phra Khanong. On March 28, 2013, it was released. Pongsathorn Jongwilas, Nattapong Chartpong, Auttarut Kongrasri, and Kantapat Permpoonpatcharasook star alongside Mario Maurer as Mak and Davika Hoorne as Nak, as well as Pongsathorn Jongwilas, Nattapong Chartpong, Auttarut Kongrasri, and Kantapat Permpoonpatcharasook. This is currently Thailand's highest-grossing film of all time.
7. Oh My Ghost (The Franchise)
Jiew is a modest girl who washes dishes at a restaurant and is in love with the chef, Artit. She huddles in a small room, doesn't get enough sleep, and is often late for work. She does, however, have a dark secret: she can see ghosts. And Jiew isn't alone. Khaopun, a virgin ghost who doesn't understand why her soul can't get to paradise, won't leave him alone.
8. Season Change (2006)
A rock 'n' roll drummer makes the rash choice to attend music school to follow his crush, a classical violinist. He joins the orchestra once he arrives in order to get closer to her.
9. Suddenly Twenty (2016)
An elderly woman gets transformed into a 20-year-old after capturing a miracle photograph, and she resolves to live the life she's always wanted. Davika Hoorne, Saharat Sangkapreecha, and Kritsanapoom Pibulsonggram star in the film.
10. The Teacher’s Diary (2014)
It tells the narrative of two lonely teachers, a male and a female, who are both teachers. They were placed to the same rural school, but they were separated by a year. Being stuck out in the boonies, the girl assigned first tried to jot her thoughts in a diary. She had to transfer to another school one day and left the diary behind. When a male replacement teacher came by and saw the diary, he fell in love with the unknown writer. He also penned his thoughts on the subject. The guy also went, and when the lady returned, she noticed that the diary had been updated with new articles. She, too, fell in love with him, but she's having trouble finding him now.