Oh My Boss Thai Drama Review

Drama name: Oh! My Boss

DramaFans Community Rating: 7.5/10

Episodes: 14

Aired on: May 19, 2021 (Wednesday) 

Original Network:  GMM 25

Director:  Golf Sakon Wong

Genre: Business, Comedy, Romance

Main Lead: Luke Ishikawa Plowden, Mook Worranit Thawornwong

Oh, My Boss is a Thai-Drama series released in 2021 having 14 episodes starring Luke Ishikawa Plowden as the main male lead role named Akitsuki Koji and Mook Worranit Thawornworg as female lead role named Noom Nim. It is a Business Comedy-Romantic drama that will give you a feel of a male lead chasing his girl first being a bickering couple with a super flirty male lead and a lot of office romance directed by Golf Sakon Wong. It was aired from May 19, 2021 – to Jul 1, 2021. There is a very beautiful collaboration between the actors.

The story starts when Noomnim finally gets a good job, she decides to celebrate with a great night out with a buddy. She meets an attractive stranger at the bar and spends the night with him. That stranger, however, turns out to be her new employer! Fortunately for her, the attractive CEO doesn’t appear to recall her. Is that correct? When he hires Noomnim as his assistant, she wonders if he is interested in her or simply this flirty with everyone.

Oh, My Boss tried to balance work life with romance within its story. This is an adorable Drama to watch. If you are in a mood for a sweet nonsensical, unrealistic story, more like a modern-day fairytale, then go ahead and enjoy. You will love the chemistry between the leads. The male lead is beyond description handsome. His acting is also very good and his fluent English makes him more desirable on screen. You will surely love the mix of Japanese, Thai and English languages here. The Female lead had good chemistry with Male Lead. The female lead acts the same in every scene but since her presence is mellow, her lack of different facial expressions doesn’t bother you too much. It will be a breath of fresh air to see a Thai show with excellent subtitles and fewer evil plots.

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