In April, a Thai romantic action drama series called “KinnPorsche” was released this year. This Thai television drama’s plot is adapted from Due Daemi’s novel of the same name. The three directors of this television show are Krisda Witthayakhajorndet, Kongkiat Komesiri, and Banchorn Vorasataree.
Patchayamon Theewasujaroen, Bhanbhassa Dhubthien, Sitthchai Panya, and Krisda Witthayakhajorndet are the authors of this series. This Thai romantic action drama series features well-known actors like Nattawin Wattanagitiphat and Phakphum Romsaithong in the cast.
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Synopsis Of KinnPorsche
The second son and legal heir of the Theerapanyakun crime family, Kinn Anakinn Theerapanyakun, is attacked as he returns home after closing a deal. While fleeing for his life, he meets Porsche Pachara Kittisawat, a local bartender and underground fighter. Kinn hires Porsche to protect him from the young men who want to kill him.
Porsche’s fighting prowess impresses Kinn, who tracks him down and offers him a job. Porsche reluctantly agrees to become Kinn’s full-time bodyguard to earn enough money to support his younger brother Porschay through college and stay in the home that belonged to their deceased parents. In the following months, he sharpens his fighting techniques, gains knowledge of the shadowy organization he has joined and starts to develop feelings for his charismatic boss.
Even though Kinn is openly gay, the two lovers face a problematic trial ahead. Kinn’s uncle is in charge of the family’s smaller branch, eager to leave. His older brother might be a PTSD-afflicted mess, his younger brother might be a budding rocker, and his father is in poor health. Until season 2 of the series is released, we won’t know what surprises season 2 of this show has in store for us.
Filming Location Of KinnPorsche
The whole series is filmed in Thailand. Some parts of the bar scenes were shot in Hum Bar (Yok’s Bar)
Southeast Asia includes the nation of Thailand. The iconic temples of Wat Arun, Wat Pho, and the Emerald Buddha Temple coexist in peaceful canalside communities and an ultramodern cityscape in the capital of Bangkok (Wat Phra Kaew). The crowded beach towns of Pattaya and Hua Hin are nearby.
Thai states like the Kingdoms of Ngoenyang, Sukhothai, Lan Na, and Ayutthaya competed with Indianized kingdoms like the Mon, Khmer Empire, and Malay states to control the area. Ayutthaya was first diplomatically connected to Portugal in 1511; by the end of the 15th century, it had grown into a significant regional power.
Under the cosmopolitan Narai, Ayutthaya reached its zenith before declining and being destroyed during the Burmese-Siamese War. Taksin quickly restored the area’s unity and founded the transient Thonburi Kingdom.
You can watch it on IQIYI.