Alright, so you know when you're super into a show and you just can't get enough? Well, diving into the details about the cast and crew can make your whole watching experience even better. First off, knowing the actors helps you get more invested in their characters. You might find out that they had to learn some wild skill for the role or that they're actually besties in real life. That sort of stuff can make you root for them even more on screen. Let's see full cast & crew of I Feel Linger in the Air in this article.
Then there's the crew—like the director and the writer. Knowing who's behind the camera can give you major clues about the show's vibe. For instance, if you loved another show by the same director, there's a good chance you'll dig this one too.
This brilliant and young Thai director has made it possible to create I Feel Linger in the Air. He’s the mastermind behind all the scenes and how they’re portrayed by different actors and actresses.
Even if Tee ain’t such a popular director, so what, he has made this awesome series that you’re going to love watching for sure.
Nonkul plays Jom, who’s one of the main protagonists in the series I Feel You Linger in the Air. He’s the one who finds the plywood chest and the entire story revolves usually around him.
You can see this guy in a boy’s love in the drama. He’s one of the main leads in the series, and is also advertised on the promotional posters of the series. If you’re into boys love, go ahead and watch Bright in this action-packed drama.
Nonkul and Bright are the main leads who take the entire series by storm. To make the series a little more populated, the director and screenwriters have added these guys as the supporting leads:
- Tian Atcharee Buakhiao: Mei
- Phiao Duangjai Hiransri: Prik [Yai, Ueangphueng & Lek's nanny]
- Tui Puttachat Pongsuchat: Khamtip
- Alee Auttharinya Uengsilpsrikul: Ueangphueng | Somjeed
- June Teeratee Buddeehong: Fongkaew | Khaimuk
- Kimmy Thitisan Goodburn: James
- Tong Savitree Samipak: Khunying Khaekhai
- Neve Nantapat Apiwat: Lek (Yai's brother)
- Nu Surasak Chaiat: Luang Thep Nititham
- Attila Arthur Gagnaux: Robert
- Guide Kantapon Chompupan: Ming
- Typhoon Kanokchat Munyadon: Ohm | Khamsaen
There were also guest appearances. Manita Chobchuen, Potae Watcharayu Suradet
(as Chan), and Om Pathavee Thepkraiwan came as guests in the show for small roles, but left major impact on the story.
The more you know about the folks who made the show, the more you'll catch little details and Easter eggs that you'd totally miss otherwise. Ever see a prop or line that shows up in multiple episodes and wondered if it's a coincidence? Probably not, and knowing the cast and crew can help you connect the dots. So yeah, it makes you feel like you're part of an inside joke or a secret club of superfans.