Love Sick: The Series Season 2

Love Sick: The Series Season 2 (2015)

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Season 2 continues from where season 1 left off and will continue following the online novel ....

Phun has a girlfriend but his father wants him to date his friend's daughter. Phun's little sister, Pang, is obsessed with boys' love. Phun needs to convince Pang that he has a boyfriend so that she can help talk their father around the idea of dating his friend's daughter. So he asked Noh to become read morehis fake boyfriend in exchange for helping Noh raising fund for his Music Club. However, the two 17 years old high school boys eventually fall in love after the deal brought them closer together. ~~ Based on the online Thai BL novel "LOVE SICK: The Chaotic Lives of Blue Shorts Guys" by INDRYTIMES.

  • Native title:

    รักวุ่น วัยรุ่นแสบ ฤดูกาลที่ 2

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Tachyomin
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Oct 23, 2015
  • Overall 9.5
  • Story 9.5
  • Acting/Cast 9.0
  • Music 9.0
  • Rewatch Value 10
If you loved the first season, this will make you fall in love all over again! Season 2 gives so much more than the first one: it has more depth and a lot happens. It has many different stories between many people, but is more focused on the main couple than the first season. I love the storylines which awaken many feelings and thoughts. In the middle of all drama Love Sick read more provides humor and cuteness. Again, Love Sick fails with way too obvious commercial scenes. They should be less thrown on the viewers' face. Now it just makes me mad and not to buy any of the stuff. The cast has improved a lot from the previous season. I am glad that the cast stayed the same and I'm really able to see that they've grown as actors and actresses. What I didn't like was the slightly open ending for some couples. This drama keeps its place as my favorite drama and I'm sure I'll rewatch it!
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KimWanHee
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Oct 16, 2015
  • Overall 8.0
  • Story 9.5
  • Acting/Cast 7.0
  • Music 9.5
  • Rewatch Value 8.0
So just as a starter: If you liked season 1 of Love Sick for it's story and music and the cute and sweet moments as well as the comedy scenes, then season 2 will definitely be a good choice to watch.

Story: The story of season 2 finally resolves some of the issues and problems which came up in season 1. How exactly...that would be a spoiler ;D For me, season 2 read more seemed a little bit more mature and detailed than season 1. Also the producers finally decided to concentrate on the main couples and only show some scenes (for fun and entertainment) of other couples and storylines (still if you only like one couple or so, you're gonna end up skipping a lot).
Season 2, It goes a little bit away from the 'just romance' feeling and connects different elements of life with the romantic and friendship relationships between the characters. Nevertheless, season 2 is just as sweet as season 1.

Acting/Cast: The casting choice, I think, is perfect. The acting...maybe not so much. It is definitely better than season 1, especially in later half of season 2. You can see how the actors and actresses learned and became better at acting. So compliments to the cast :D

Music: I've never seen a show or real life, where the songs are sooo accurate to what someone is feeling...I love the music in Love Sick but sometimes I just have to laugh when I think about how they always seem to find a song which resembles their feelings exactly to the point o.O XD Still the music itself is great, catchy and suitable for the show.

Rewatch: Oh, I'm soooo gonna rewatch this!!! XD

So overall, if you get over a little bit of awkwardness and some annoying characters (I think there is no one who watched the show and didn't find at least one character they don't like) then I definitely recommend watching this. The story itself is definitely worth it!!!
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Make a Recommendation More recs (3)Recommendations

Storyline is similar and follows 2 boys as well as other characters. Just like lovesick. Also has more scenes of them together rather than always fighting and being sad. The couple is also very cute just like Phun and Noh. You wont be sorry. Can be found in eng sub on youtube
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The plot are some what similar but different? hahaha. Just watch it and you gonna love them too. :)
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    mela 6 days ago

    So, can I watch this without watching the first season? :)

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    sonia 12 days ago

    I love the both phun and noh chemistry, I like and love to see more dramas of this two, really they are cute .

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    Preston 23 days ago

    Uh. Episode 24!! That's all I need to say. The opening scene with Noh and Yuri was expertly done. These two young stars caused me to cry more tears than I've cried in years in that scene. Such a beautiful and emotional moment that proves how much two people can care for each other. This show is everything!!

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    AddictedHeroin 26 days ago - edited

    Episodes 31 and 32 are officially my favorite, I can't with Phun hahhaha...

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    AddictedHeroin May 24, 2017
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    scarleT May 20, 2017 - edited
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      scarleT May 24, 2017 - edited

      So spot on! I read Yaoi manga/watch some anime (when it's bearable and not full of problematic 'rape' scenes), and I agree with you. The shows/manga/etc you can find that have BL, if they don't use stereotypical tropes (Gay Ok Bangkok is REALLY fantastic and super realistic), then I do think it succumbs to who the audience its trying to attract. Yaoi BL was created for women -there are fudanshi's, but it's consumed mainly by young girls to young women adults. It's the market, definitely not misogynistic. That's also important to consider as well. You can see that in Phun's sister as well, she's into 'BL,' lol. I mean, look at the LITTLE Girls Love (GL) we have. It's because female sexuality (depending on the context/culture), is sparring because it's censored more, it's not marketed to 'girls' because there are women desiring women, and I've read certain people 'don't want that' being seen. Such double standard BS. You can totally argue that seeing a 'straight guy play a gay/bi character' still makes it appealing because he's still 'straight,' but he looks 'cute' when he ship him with another guy. Sometimes I think these representations (although seeing more queer romance is not a bad thing), can be dangerous when they do fall into tropes.

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      mvlpvqlvm May 25, 2017

      I've never seen Gay Ok Bangkok (yet, now that I know about it!), but from the looks of it, I'd argue that that's not Yaoi. Of course, that's splitting hairs, YMMV. Some of the more racier recent episodes of Make It Right are pushing the envelope too, as any genre naturally will do, and that's a good thing. But I've yet to see an authentic-looking _passionate_ kiss in live-action Yaoi. If a culture can show one between a man and a woman, they should be able to show one between two men or two women. (Of course, I'm assuming that passionate het kisses are shown on TV in Thailand, like here in the USA; but I've no interest in non-BL drama to find out. :D )

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      scarleT May 25, 2017 - edited

      It's a really wonderful series. There's tons of complexity in the characters, and it deals with real issues. I'll be starting season 2 soon. I agree! And MIR impressed me in season 1, but season 2 seems to be hyping up on the romance/intimate feels. I've seen a few passionate kissing scenes, so I know what you mean. And I think it's important to call out that double standard. It's just super problematic. We should see many different relationships and levels of intimacy. Check out HIStory: Obsession -there's like... a solid 15 minutes of making out scenes between two guys. Although it's a little problematic (one of them is forceful, but it's apart of the story... I think you'd know what I mean if you see it), I've never seen two guy actors realllly get into it. Same with Gay Ok Bangkok. Lots of kissing there. Season 2 has lots there as well. Maybe try the Takumi-kun series as well? After the second film (there's kissing/sexy scenes there lol but Ham/Dai are better in later films. There 3 more of them... or 4 I believe.). And at least story wise, Diary of Tootsie is pretty good. And SOTUS the series is great too. There's a pretty decent kiss or two there.

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      mvlpvqlvm May 25, 2017

      Wow, thanks for the excellent suggestions. Arrrrrgh, only. So. Much. Time. :D

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      scarleT May 25, 2017

      No worries! Let me know if you need anymore BL recommendations lol very true :)

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    BrideofJungkook May 19, 2017

    Ugghh Mick..

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    aimperato Mar 22, 2017 - edited

    This might sound completely random but am I the only one who noticed almost the entire male cast is wearing braces? lol Is it a trend to wear braces in Thailand? o.O or is bad teeth common there? I've lived in Asia for 5 years but I've never really seen this before so I don't mean anything bad by it. just curious..

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      mvlpvqlvm May 24, 2017

      I've noticed this and wondered this too. At least here in the over-pretentious USA, TV shows would never feature actors with braces. :D

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    HwangEunByul Mar 7, 2017

    OKAY! WATCH IT. the rating of reviews .... 10/10 totally worth it. watch 1&2

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    MELANIE Feb 28, 2017

    I have to tell something for those who are starting this series, or for those who are in doubt about: WATCH THIS SERIES, FOR THE LOVE OF GOD!

    I'm very stan since I started watch Lovesick, and yes very suspicious too to say that this serie is just awesome , but I just finish to watch the last episode and I'm crying like a baby because all of my expectation have been beautifully completed.

    This series definily isn't "more one thai school-life BL serie on the list" like I see most of the people saying. Anyone that pay attention of all the issues addressed can say that Lovesick is a fucking genious story, not only about teenagers school life, but about society.

    And I say more: don't ever doubt about the OTP, EVER!

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    Feefee Jan 26, 2017 - edited

    how to watch this drama in here? do I should buy it in amazon? help me, thanks..

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    soundcloud Dec 5, 2016

    wanderful storyline. for me it's the best bl thai drama ever

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    Nathan Oct 21, 2016 - edited

    I'd recommend the series, but you can see that when they're having to be intimate. the, 'gay for pay' actors seem uncomfortable in such such scenes with their on scene boyfriend- lover.
    In general, straight guys are very uncomfortable with such man on man intimacy and to pull this off convincingly, takes a very mature confident actor. I'm not knocking them starting with gay genre, to gain some experience and earn money, but generally the guys failed in the passion ratings with this in fact, Noh and Phun could have been played by wooden posts at times!
    Other story lines, and acting were good and enjoyable.
    Season 2
    If the actors put passion and emotion into their roles and looked like their young love actually is love, who enjoyed one another's company, then the show with be great, if not then more wooden acting from pay for gay (straight) actors.

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      meiwei Dec 2, 2016 - edited

      Precisely. And that's why Make It Right The Series is a better Love Sick, IMO.

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      aimperato Mar 26, 2017

      even with more intimate moments in Make It Right, I feel like the story for love sick was much better.. XD Also I like Phun and Noh more than the MIR couples. Too bad love sick wasn't a little more intimate.

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    Night Sep 17, 2016 - edited

    I just LOVE the series. They actually doesn't gay. But falling love each other. Its just so strong. They "called it love" and it was so beautiful. Gender was not the point..
    And the otjer stories good too. I feel awful about jeed. Yuri was so strong"Noh is best guy of my life" Me too babe. I want to marry him hehe(me or phun)
    The series taking my heart..
    I cant forget ı just cant. They was so lovely and some kind of pure. I say again the series my masterpiece

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      chaki Nov 1, 2016

      ....I love it when they answer the question " Are you gay?" with "I called it love"....
      ......

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      Night Nov 1, 2016

      Exactyly..

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      Night Nov 1, 2016 - edited

      Exactly..

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    HannahWest Sep 13, 2016 - edited

    Can anyone tell me hen Phun and Knoh start dating? When Aim and Yu catch them and when Phun's father finds out please...i love spoilers :) Message me on here on just PM me the answers - Which episodes.

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Details

  • Country:

    Thailand
  • Type:

    Drama
  • Episodes:

    36
  • Aired:

    May 2, 2015 to Oct 10, 2015
  • Aired On:

    Saturday, Sunday
  • Network:

    GMM One
  • Duration:

    55 min.

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    8.6 (scored by 899 users)
  • Ranked:

    #124
  • Popularity:

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