A fan girl goes to great lengths to turn her obsession with two boys into a real-life love story in the 2020 Thai series “The Shipper,” which will be available for free on the iWantTFC streaming service this December 28.
The fantasy romcom begins with Pan (Prigkhing Sureeyaret), a die-hard boys’ love fan who “ships” two boys and fantasizes over them entering a romantic relationship with one another. Pan’s “ship” involves – Way (Fluke Pusit), a popular athlete and Kim (First Kanaphan), an outstanding student who are good-looking best friends that attend the same university as Pan.
Since Way already has a girlfriend, Pan’s ultimate fantasy of him and Kim being in a relationship seems impossible, until one fateful night when Pan and Kim get into a motorcycle accident. Due to the angel of death’s mistakes, she accidentally switches the souls of Pan and Kim, which results in a body swap between them.
Pan, in Kim’s body, wakes up in disarray and is ordered by the angel of death to not tell anyone about the mishap until she figures out how to swap their bodies back. On the other hand, Kim, in Pan’s body, remains unconscious and unrecovered.
Now that Pan has control over Kim’s body, she uses this opportunity to achieve her dream of having Way fall in love with Kim.
Will Pan be successful in getting Way and Kim to fall in love with each other? Or will she blow her cover and completely ruin everyone’s relationships?
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