Article: Top 10 Thai Dramas Where Family Is Not Everyone’s Safe Space

Everyone has a one-of-a-kind childhood because of the wide variety of experiences and parenting types that exist. Childhood is the best era in everyone's life. This, however, is not the case, as not all childhoods are the same. Parents, like everyone else, have their own set of rules and expectations for their children to follow. Unfortunately, not all parents are nurturing and supportive of their kids, and not all care about providing them with the finest opportunities in life. Some children have to deal with their trauma themselves, and they have to carry these traumas throughout their lives. So, in times of difficulty, it can be helpful to watch shows that, bring back fond memories of your childhood and your parents.

1. Bed Friend

Bed Friend is a Thai drama starring Siraphop Manithikhun and Supamongkon Wongwisut. It has one season. It was released in 2023. It has ten episodes. It is a story about a boy named Uea. He has a traumatic childhood, where his stepfather assaults him for being gay and his mother never sides with him. Not only that she even beats him for not being “normal” and doubting his father, but everything changes when he makes a deal with his co-worker King.

2. TharnType: The Series

TharnType: The Series is a South Korean drama starring Suppasit Jongcheveevat and Kanawut Traipipattanapong. It has one season. It was released in 2019. It has 12+2 special episodes. It is a story about a handsome freshman. He is good at everything but he hates gay people to the core. It is because of his childhood trauma where he was sexually abused by a male worker at his family's resort. Not only that none of his family believed him and in turn blamed him for everything. But his life turns upside down when he learns that his roommate is gay.

3. Hormones

Hormones is a Thai drama starring Pachara Chirathivat, Ungsumalynn Sirapatsakmetha, Kao Supassara Thanachart, Thanapob Leeratanakachorn, Chutavuth Pattarakhumphol, Sutatta Udomsilp, Gunn Junhavat, Sirachuch Chienthawon, and Sananthachat Thanapatpisal. It has three seasons. It was released in 2013. It has 13 episodes. It is a story about a group of students who try to find their way to deal with the harsh life of adolescence. But they desire their parents' love the most. Watch the show to see if they get what they seek or if they fail to cope with peer pressure.

4. In Family We Trust

In Family We Trust is a Thai drama starring Nappon Gomarachun, Patravadi Mejudhon, Songsit Roongnophakunsri, Saksit Tangthong, Kathaleeya McIntosh, Sopitnapa Choompanee and Kejmanee Wattanasin. It has one season. It was released in 2018. It has 18 episodes. The drama follows a story about the Members of a seemingly average family is thrown into conflict when the eldest son and head of the family business is murdered.

5. Until We Meet Again

Until We Meet Again is a Thai series starring Fluke Natouch Siripongthon, Ohm Thitiwat Ritprasert, Earth Katsamonnat Namwirote, and Kao Noppakao Dechaphatthanakun. It has one season. It was released in 2021. It has 17 episodes. A violent mafia boss's kid crosses paths with a college student in this story. His crush on him has led to persistent advances from a fellow student, which he has consistently rejected. However, the two are strongly attracted to one another and develop love feelings for one another. However, their parents forbid them to be together because homosexuality is frowned upon in late 20th-century Thailand. They once considered breaking up, but their love has grown too strong. Instead, catastrophe strikes and takes the lives of both young men.

6. He's Coming To Me

He's Coming to Me is a Thai television series starring Prachaya Ruangroj and Pawat Chittsawangdee. It has one season. It was released in 2019. It has eight episodes. It is a story about Mes, who died over 20 years ago with no one ever looking after his grave. Now, living as a ghost, all he does is sit and lie all day, waiting for someone to visit him during Qingming Day — an event that happens yearly.

7. The Underclass

The Underclass is a Thai drama starring Nannaphas Loetnamchoetsakun, Sumitta Duangkaew, Miori Ohkubo, and Tanutchai Wijitwongthong. It has one season. It was released in 2020. It has 13 episodes. It is a story about a student who tries to adjust to new surroundings and vicious schoolmates after losing a spot in a prestigious program for learners.

8. The Gifted

The Gifted is a Thai drama starring Korapat Kirdpan, Wachirawit Ruangwiwat, Apichaya Thongkham, Harit Cheewagaroon, Ramida Jiranorraphat, Atthaphan Phunsawat, Pattadon Janngeon, Napasorn Weerayuttvilai, Chatchawit Techarukpong Geoff Garcia and Chayapol Jutamas and Chayakorn Jutamas. It has one season. It came out on 2018. The total number of episodes is 13. The protagonist is an underachieving tenth grader from the school's lowest level, Class VIII, who is placed in the Gifted Program. He doesn't understand the program and worries he'll have to abandon his Classmate. Wave uses his abilities to discover the Gifted Program's biggest secret.

9. Girl From Nowhere

Girl from Nowhere is a Thai drama starring Chicha Amatayakul, Pajaree Nantarat, Nink Chanya McClory, and Thanavate Siriwattanagul. It has two seasons. It was released in 2018. It has 13 episodes. It is a story about an enigmatic girl who transfers to different private schools in Thailand and exposes the students and faculty's stories of lies, secrets, and hypocrisy.

10. Bad Genius: The Series

Bad Genius: The Series is a Thai drama starring Plearnpichaya Komalarajun, Sawanya Paisarnpayak, and Jinjett Wattanasin. It has one season. It was released in 2020. It has 12 episodes. It is a story about a teenage girl studying at a prestigious school. She developed a business based on helping students cheat in competitive examinations.