Ghost Host Ghost House is a supernatural BL with ghosts, spirits, and mentions of the afterlife. It stars Tod Techit Panyanarapon and Boy Nattapon Wongvanich. The unlikely couple progresses into a developing romantic relationship as a result of ghost hunting.
Kevin (Tod Techit) is a live streamer who specializes in ghost hunting. He tells stories related to ghosts and the supernatural. To further his streaming, he returns to Thailand to temporarily resides in his relative’s abode. He meets Pluem (Boy Nattapon), an energetic and opinionated gardener, “whose presence fills Kevin’s sadness and loss”. While his relatives exhibit certain absurd and uncanny attitudes and behaviors, Kevin and Pluem develop a relationship that somehow enlightens both of their lives. [Synopsis © Psycho-Weird]
While it may be a simple production, Ghost Host Ghost House main players Tod Techit and Noy Nattapon show good enough chemistry to warrant further watching. Yes, the supernatural elements are predictable (like the relatives being ghosts and all). Yet exploring the relationship between the American-born Kevin and the gardener Pluem sounds fun. The guys have chemistry no doubt about that. And the antagonistic way Kevin delivers his retort to the opinionated Pluem is both funny and endearing.
I am surprised by how much I enjoyed this Thai BL drama. Even the supporting characters are likable, and I think the next episodes will feature more fun and surprises.
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Tod Techit (21) is cast in the problematic Love Area (Part 1-2) by the producers of the old BL series Love Sick. Said BL series is also quite problematic. Hopefully, this new series offers more of Techit’s acting ability. Co-star Boy Nattapon (27) seems perfect for the part of the gardener – who has an opinion. Their interaction is funny and engaging.
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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.