Top Three Netflix Lakorns

Or rather, top three netflix lakorns that you might not have heard of! I’ve tried to avoid my favorites, no Pisawat here 😢, and instead focus on less well known lakorns with good ratings/feedback.

  1. Project S The Series – 4 seasons available at Netflix US. Each series seems to focus on a different sport, as you can see from the poster. But what caught my attention was the fact that different issues such as autism and depression are also addressed. It reminds me of the Hormone series, which also addressed such topics. So if you’re looking for a youth drama or sports drama, or real life issues addressed, this series looks to be one of the best.

After a traumatic incident at a party makes her a target of gossip and derision, a young college student tries to change her school’s toxic culture.

(Source: Netflix)

2. The Judgement (2018) This is a serious lakorn, so those looking for a light, romantic drama had better look elsewhere. I should also point out that this deals with rape and bullying. There have been a number of recent dramas about the toxic effects of social media, Japan’s 3 Nen A Gumi: Ima kara Mina-san wa, Hitojichi Desu 2019 was all about this, so I’m glad more attention is being paid to these topics

Many people think that the time spent in school is the most beautiful time in their lives. Is that so? The new girl, ‘Nanno’, will take revenge for everyone. Inspired by real events.

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3.Girl from Nowhere: The Series (2018) I’ve watched 4 episodes of this and figuring out who or what Nanno is the most intriguing thing for me. Like every other lakorn on this list, this deals with societal issues such as bullying, death, murder, rape and more. I’m wondering what is the message that the lakorn is trying to portray or is there even one? I don’t know, but it is interesting. I should also point out that the episodes are 46 mins long and at only 13 episodes, this goes by fast.

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