Weekends are days where everyone does activities according to their respective hobbies. There are so many activities that can be done to spend time on the weekend, ranging from cooking, family gathering, watching, or vacationing.
Watching is one of the activities that can be done to spend time on the weekends. Almost all Indonesians have a hobby of watching movies, by watching our hearts we will be happy and certainly entertain ourselves. There are many genres of films that you can watch.
Thailand is one of the countries with its films that make the audience addicted. Therefore, many Indonesians like Thai films. Every genre of film always presents an exciting plot and is hard to guess.
One of the Thai films that make the audience enthusiastic is Friend Zone. The film was directed by Chayanop Boonprakob and produced by GDH. Although this film has been released in 2019 now many viewers are curious about the storyline.
This film is starred by Naphat Siangsomboon as Palm and Pimchanok Luevisadpaibul as Gink. This film tells the story of two people who are trapped in the friend zone.
This story begins with a man named Palm who likes his girlfriend named Gink. But he managed to hide that feeling for 10 years. One time, Palm tried to confess his feelings to Gink, but Gink rejected Palm because he was more comfortable just being friends.
Their friendship remains intact because Palm can accept Gink's decision, even their relationship becomes closer. Palm is known as a man who has many women, but every time Palm breaks up with one of his girlfriends, Gink always cheers Palm until he laughs again.
From time to time, Gink always moves places such as Malaysia, Myanmar to Hong Kong. But Palm always follows where Gink goes because he is a Steward by profession.
At one point, Gink broke up with his girlfriend and he asked Palm something. He asked what would happen if they decided to date, would the friendship they have had so far be in vain?
Watch the continuation of the story of Palm and Gink in the friend zone movie. (NL)
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