iWantTFC brings a charming boys’ love (BL) version of Romeo and Juliet as it premieres the new Thai series “Bad Buddy” in the Philippines tonight (October 29) at 9:30 PM simultaneously in Thailand.
The series features the first BL team-up of Thai stars Ohm Pawat and Nanon Korapat, with a new episode in its original language with English subtitles streaming for free every Friday at 9:30 PM. Starting November 4, Filipino-dubbed episodes will also become available every Thursday at 8 PM on the iWantTFC app and website (iwanttfc.com).
“Bad Buddy” follows the romantic enemies-turned-lovers story of neighbors Pat (Ohm) and Pran (Nanon), who grow up hating each other as a result of their fathers’ hostile rivalry in basically everything.
As kids, Pat and Pran will inherit their parents’ competitive nature, allowing the feud to continue and even thrive. Fate will bring them back together in college, where they try to one-up each other in terms of achievements and milestones.
Eventually, Pat and Pran will grow tired of their beef and decide to become friends instead, except that they should keep it a secret from everyone they know, especially their parents.
As they continue to meet in secret and become closer to each other, a forbidden romance will blossom between Pat and Pran. What happens when being enemies and being friends are no longer enough?
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