Bright Vachirawit, Win Metawin, Dew Jirawat, and Nani Hirunkit — stars of F4 Thailand (a remake of “Boys Over Flowers”) entertain fans at the World Trade Center, in the Philippines on 19 November and 20 November 2022 as part of their “Shooting Star Asia Tour.”
There were plenty of sweet and fun scenes as the BL ship of BrightWin took center stage. The other 2 main casts, Dew Jirawat, and Nani Hirunkit also serenaded fans with songs.
After setting a YouTube views record for 2Gether the Series by becoming one of the most-watched BL series from Thailand, Bright Varichawit and Win Metawin continue to hug the limelight – with plenty of demands for casting in straight or boys love projects. GMMTV made sure that BrightWin’s presence remains strong.
The casting scoop for F4 Thailand serves as magic; as the actors play pivotal parts in the Japanese romantic adaptation. Joining Bright and Win were Dew Jirawat and Nani Hirunkit.
F4 Thailand Shooting Star Manila Concert: Welcome! — Bright, Win, Dew, and Nani safely arrived earlier at midnight in Manila for their 2-day Shooting Star Asia Tour in Manila concert and fan meet happening this 19-20!
Interviews during the concert can be viewed here.
The BrightWin ship
I’ll let the photos do the talking then and this tweet!
After F4 Thailand Shooting Star Manila Concert, the other stops on the Shooting Star Asia tour are Ho Chi Minh City, Hong Kong, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Seoul, Singapore, Taipei, and Tokyo.
F4 Thailand: Boys Over Flowers (Thai: F4 Thailand : หัวใจรักสี่ดวงดาว BOYS OVER FLOWERS) is a Thai television series starring Tu Tontawan Tantivejakul (Tu), Vachirawit Chivaaree (Bright), Jirawat Sutivanichsak (Dew), Metawin Opas-iamkajorn (Win) and Hirunkit Changkham (Nani). Based on the Japanese shōjo manga series Boys Over Flowers by Yoko Kamio, it serves as the Thai counterpart of the franchise from Taiwan, Japan, South Korea, and China.
Previously, the cast of the Mafia-Crime-Themed BL series KinnPorsche held a fan meet and concert in Manila, which was a resounding success!
An old-timer BL fan way back in 2007. I started out loving BL after watching the Takumi-kun series from Japan, went on collecting BL manga, and watched old BL anime such as Junjou Romantica and the likes. Love of Siam allow me to transition into Thai, while Amphetamine gave me glimpses of Taiwanese BL magic. I love to write reviews and I’m one of the administrators of Psycho Weird.