Me Always You | รักวุ่นวาย ยัยตัวป่วน The Best Korea Drama 2021

Me Always You | รักวุ่นวาย ยัยตัวป่วน The Best Korea Drama 2021 A young, beautiful, and carefree woman named Ploypailin hailing from a rich publishing family has fond memories of her once-podgy childhood friend and secret first love Kevin.

Me Always You | รักวุ่นวาย ยัยตัวป่วน The Best Korea Drama 2021

But when Ploypailin’s family business hits the rocks and eventually goes bankrupt, she experiences hardship and her once radiant beauty begins to fade. Ploypailin becomes an intern at a fashion magazine where Kevin has risen to become a handsome senior editor, but also convinces her attractive female friend Randa to pose as her – and meet him for a “reunion,” in a desperate attempt to reignite the spark between them. Things get messy when Ploypailin is assigned to work as an intern to her childhood friend – who berates her for her clumsiness, totally unaware of her true identity. When the female lead’s female friend starts to fall for the man she is supposed to be dumping, unbridled chaos threatens to break loose – compounded by the fact that a male co-worker in the office Tula appears to be falling for the female lead!

  • Native Title: Me Always You รักวุ่นวาย ยัยตัวป่วน
  • Also Known As: รักวุ่นวาย ยัยตัวป่วน , Chaotic Love, Troublemaking Women
  • Director: Yanyong Kuruangkura
  • Genres: Friendship, Comedy, Romance
  • Details

    • Drama: Me Always You
    • Country: Thailand
    • Episodes: 24
    • Aired: Aug 27, 2021 – Nov 13, 2021
    • Aired On: Friday, Saturday
    • Original Network: Channel 3
    • Duration: 43 min.
    • Content Rating: 15+ – Teens 15 or older


    • Score: 8.1 (scored by 29 users)
    • Ranked: #8073
    • Popularity: #8905
    • Watchers: 390

    Review Me Always You

    I’m at episode 6 and the female lead is so exaggerated that you are left scratching your head as to why anyone let alone 2 men would fall in love with her, especially given her snorting laugh and screechy voice. She appears to be a completely different person from her childhood self so its no wonder that the male lead can’t recognize her.

    Surprising that this currently has the same rating as the Japanese version, as I think the Japanese version is worlds better. The Japanese version has the best female lead of all the versions, and also the best male lead. Also, had second male lead syndrome with the Korean version (hated the male lead in that version) but not with Japanese version.


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