Why R U?

Why R U? (2020)

  • Genre: Drama, Comedy
  • First Air Date: 2020-01-24
  • Last Air Date: 2020-04-24
  • Total Seasons: 1
  • Total Episodes: 13
  • Status: Ended
  • Production Company: Mandee Work
  • Production Country: Thailand
  • Networks: ONE 31, LINE TV
  • Directors: Benz Bancha Luangakkaratorn, Thanamin Wongskulphat.
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Tutor is said to be wise beyond his years and acts rationally while Fighter is the emotional kind. They start by having some animosity with each other but soon developed a close bond. Saifah is a popular musician and is often engaged in acts of mischief while Zon, a sci-fi writer, is shy yet stubborn. Due to a bet made with his sister Zol, he starts writing sci-fi stories. But after being scolded by his parents for not studying properly, his writing is cut short. Later, when his friends tell him to steal ideas from his sister, he sees that his name is being used in her fiction alongside that of his enemy Saifah.

  • Keywords: based on novel or book, romance, lgbt, teen drama, boys' love (bl)
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    Why R U? Seasons

    Season 0

    First Air Date: 2020-12-03
    3 Episodes

    Season 1

    First Air Date: 2020-01-24
    13 Episodes

    Why R U? Episodes

    Title Air Date Duration
    Season 1Episode 1Episode 129 min
    Season 1Episode 2Episode 226 min
    Season 1Episode 3Episode 326 min
    Season 1Episode 4Episode 426 min
    Season 1Episode 5Episode 532 min
    Season 1Episode 6Episode 626 min
    Season 1Episode 7Episode 7 min
    Season 1Episode 8Episode 8 min
    • Suppapong Udomkaewkanjana

      as Tutor
    • Pruk Panich

      as Fighter
    • Karn Kritsanaphan

      as Saifah
    • Sittichok Pueakpoolpol

      as Zon
    • Perth Veerinsara Tangkitsuvanich

      as Zol
    • Janistar Phomphadungcheep

      as HwaHwa
    • Akalavut Mankalasut

      as Day
    • Kornthas Rujeerattanavorapan

      as Dew
    • Natasitt Uareksit

      as Blue
    • Sorntast Buangam

      as Champ
    • Parnupat Anomakiti

      as Japan
    • Toy Thanapat Thanachakulphisan

      as Zen
    • Ratchapong Anomakiti

      as Junior
    • Arachaporn Pokinpakorn

      as Soda
    • Wichai Saefant

      as Tanthai
    • Piamchon Damrongsunthornchai

      as Natee
    Writing Kittipat Jampa Screenplay
    Directing Benz Bancha Luangakkaratorn Director
    Directing Thanamin Wongskulphat Director