When a smart, handsome, and foul mouthed doctor ‘Paniti’ or Dr. Pup met a hot, sexy and thick superstar 'Kluay' who is not his type and also he is not her type. They hated each other at first sight, but when they have to live together, something strange happened; it looks like Dr. Pup is falling in love with Kluay. To save his face from what he said before that she is not his type, he is trying to act not to like her, but can he?
What will the ending of this two be, haters or lovers?
Cast & Credits
The story isn't anything new and has very little originality to it, yet due to its simplicity, its a fun watch. We have a bunch of misunderstandings that cause the main couple to have to be together and this forced proximity allows for both of them to eventually fall for each other.
After reading a lot of comments regarding the stalking and forced seductions in the comments, I would like to add my two bits. I find that the MLs behaviour is a bit pushy and he does seem manipulative. Throughout the whole series, the ML tires to unnerve the FL and through his push and pull tactics, he tries to get her to like him. Despite all this, I still did not think he was a stalker or went overboard. That's because I find the FLs acting was very subpar. She acted like a child, who was shy, awkward and overly skittish. Those types of behaviours are okay, but doing them all the time, in almost every scene is a bit over the top and unrealistic for the field of work the FL is in. She is supposed to be top tier actress, who is popular and worldly. For the FL to act the way she does around the ML is odd based on everything we know about the entertainment industry. The type of character that was required by the FL was not delivered in this lacklustre performance we were given. I think a bit more nuance and between the lines was necessary for the audience to not feel as though the ML was always the aggressor if the audience was to believe that the two leads were really in love and not a one way forced seduction.
Also, I want to add that the actress playing Ploy did a really good job and I found her much more believable than the FL in her role. It's also funny that everyone thought Kluay was prettier than Ploy in the show only because Kluay was 'whiter' than Ploy. As a western audience, I think Ploy is a lot more stunning than Kluay, but that's a cultural bias so I don't mind the dramas narrative that Kluay is supposedly more beautiful than Ploy.
Overall I enjoyed the show and I would recommend it for anyone looking to watch a laid-back romantic comedy with simple misunderstandings that get resolved quickly between the couple.
Love at First Hate is a super light romantic comedy with a bittersweet cast, ensures good laughs in every episode of the series, Son Yuke Songpaisan playing doctor Dr. Pup and Mook Worranit Thawornwong in the skin of Kluay forms a modern and beautiful house of the cameras, the pairing of the two gives encouragement to want to continue the story and see the end result of this disastrous Thai romantic comedy. What I missed was the adjuvant participation, almost the time of there was no ramifications of the main story which makes the drama at one point cloying but nothing that the embarrassing and comical situations of the popstar couple does not solve.