Moonlight Chicken – Series Review & Ending Explained

Moonlight Chicken is a Thai BL series about a restaurant owner who has a romantic fling with his customer.

Moonlight Chicken is a Thai BL series about a restaurant owner's romance with his customer. The protagonist runs a local diner that sells chicken rice. On a fateful evening, he encounters a younger man and hooks up with him. It was supposed to be a quick, meaningless fling. Yet, his one-night stand has developed feelings. He reappears and seems determined to pursue a relationship.

The flawed protagonists and their emotional baggage create a compelling love story in Moonlight Chicken. I enjoy this BL drama's mature topics, sentimental messages, and complex relationship dynamics. The star-studded cast contains talented actors who share excellent chemistry and embody their characters vividly. In addition, the stylish series has stunning visuals that exude a romantic atmosphere.

Moonlight Chicken Summary



Series Info:

Thailand (2023)


9 hours

Total Episodes:

8 episodes




Moonlight Chicken is a mature & interesting BL drama.


Moonlight Chicken is a love story between Jim and Wen, who met during a one-night stand.

Jim owns Moonlight Chicken, a diner famous for its Hainanese chicken rice. The eatery, which opens until midnight, is popular among late-night patrons. Jim allows his customers to refill their dishes for free until they have full appetites. Although this novelty helps his restaurant stand out, it doesn't make him money. Between the pandemic and the higher living costs, Jim struggles to generate profits in his small business. Nonetheless, he seems determined to keep Moonlight Chicken running.

Jim is currently in his late thirties. Many people refer to him by his nickname, Uncle Jim. He's a single gay bachelor without any long-term partner. His friend, Gaipa, has an unrequited crush on him. Gaipa and his mother run a nearby chicken stall, which supplies the ingredients for Jim's restaurant. Despite their close working relationship, Jim has never expressed a romantic interest. Gaipa's mom worries about her son's happiness as he pines over the older man.

Jim lives with his teenage nephew Li Ming, who works part-time at the restaurant. Li Ming's mother, Jam, is Jim's older sister. Jam is pursuing her life elsewhere, leaving her son in her sibling's care. As Li Ming's guardian, Jim feels troubled by his nephew's rebellious behaviour. They often clash and don't get along. Li Ming's poor grades are a source of conflict. The teenager also has an independent streak and wants to travel abroad, but Jim disapproves. Recently, Li Ming befriends Heart, a deaf teenager with strict parents.

One night, Jim finds a drunken customer at his restaurant. This young man, Wen, has fallen into a dazed stupor. Jim wakes him up when his restaurant closes at midnight. Jim accompanies Wen, who's waiting for a ride from his friend. As the two men chat intimately, they discover a romantic spark. Their flirtation leads the pair to Jim's house, where they have a passionate one-night stand. They part ways the following day without knowing each other's names.

Wen has developed feelings after the romantic fling. He revisits the restaurant and tries to woo Jim. However, Jim isn't open to the idea of dating. He wants nothing more than hook-ups. Wen remains undeterred and finds ways to get involved in Jim's life, hoping to change his mind. Wen works for a corporation. Trouble arises when he discovers his company's latest project. There are plans to renovate old neighbourhoods, which includes demolishing Jim's beloved Moonlight Chicken.

Moonlight Chicken Cast



Earth Pirapat Watthanasetsiri (เอิร์ธ พิรพัฒน์ วัฒนเศรษสิริ)

Jim is portrayed by the Thai actor Earth Pirapat Watthanasetsiri (เอิร์ธ พิรพัฒน์ วัฒนเศรษสิริ).

Jim is a bachelor in his late thirties. His friends and acquaintances call him Uncle Jim. He owns a local diner, Moonlight Chicken, which serves Hainanese chicken rice. Even though his restaurant may struggle, Jim is passionate about running his small business. Jim lives with his nephew, Li Ming, although they clash and don't get along.

Earth Pirapat Watthanasetsiri

Earth Pirapat Watthanasetsiri (เอิร์ธ พิรพัฒน์ วัฒนเศรษสิริ) is a Thai actor. He is born on February 23, 1994.

Earth Pirapat Watthanasetsiri (เอิร์ธ พิรพัฒน์ วัฒนเศรษสิริ) is a Thai actor. He is born on February 23, 1994. His first BL project is the 2017 series, Water Boyy. His breakout role is the 2021 drama, A Tale of Thousand Stars. Earth also stars in Cupid's Last Wish (2022) and the 2023 dramas, Moonlight Chicken and Our Skyy 2. In addition, he has supporting roles in Love by Chance (2018) and Theory of Love (2019).


Mix Sahaphap Wongratch (มิกซ์ สหภาพ วงศ์ราษฎร์)

Wen is portrayed by the Thai actor Mix Sahaphap Wongratch (มิกซ์ สหภาพ วงศ์ราษฎร์).

Wen is in his late twenties. He meets Jim after becoming drunk at the older man's restaurant. After their one-night stand, Wen develops romantic feelings. When he tries pursuing a relationship, Jim isn't open to dating him. Wen is single and confident in his sexuality. However, he has a complicated relationship with his ex, Alan.

Mix Sahaphap Wongratch

Mix Sahaphap Wongratch (มิกซ์ สหภาพ วงศ์ราษฎร์) is a Thai actor. He is born on July 22, 1998.

Mix Sahaphap Wongratch (มิกซ์ สหภาพ วงศ์ราษฎร์) is a Thai actor. He is born on July 22, 1998. His first BL project is the 2021 drama, A Tale of Thousand Stars. He also stars in the 2022 series Cupid's Last Wish. Mix appears in the 2023 series Moonlight Chicken and Our Skyy 2. In addition, he has supporting roles in Fish Upon the Sky (2021) and Vice Versa (2022).

Li Ming

Fourth Nattawat Jirochtikul (โฟร์ท ณัฐวรรธน์ จิโรชน์ธิกุล)

Li Ming is portrayed by the Thai actor Fourth Nattawat Jirochtikul (โฟร์ท ณัฐวรรธน์ จิโรชน์ธิกุล).

Li Ming is Jim's nephew. His mother, Jam, lives elsewhere with her new family. Li Ming is a rebellious teenager who doesn't get along with his uncle. They often clash and argue. Li Ming dreams of travelling and working abroad, even though he isn't fluent in other languages. Yet, Uncle Jim disapproves of this plan.

Fourth Nattawat Jirochtikul

Fourth Nattawat Jirochtikul (โฟร์ท ณัฐวรรธน์ จิโรชน์ธิกุล) is a Thai actor. He is born on October 18, 2004.

Fourth Nattawat Jirochtikul (โฟร์ท ณัฐวรรธน์ จิโรชน์ธิกุล) is a Thai actor. He is born on October 18, 2004. His first BL lead role is the 2022 series, My School President. He reprises his role in the 2023 anthology, Our Skyy 2. He also has a supporting part in the 2023 drama, Moonlight Chicken.


Gemini Norawit Titicharoenrak (เจมีไนน์ นรวิชญ์ ฐิติเจริญรักษ์)

Heart is portrayed by the Thai actor Gemini Norawit Titicharoenrak (เจมีไนน์ นรวิชญ์ ฐิติเจริญรักษ์).

Heart is a teenager who lost his hearing a few years ago. His parents don't permit him to leave home due to his impairment. Heart sneaks around to cause mischief, such as drinking beer in the house. After Li Ming gains a job with Heart's family, the two teens befriend each other. Li Ming uses sign language to communicate with his new friend.

Gemini Norawit Titicharoenrak

Gemini Norawit Titicharoenrak (เจมีไนน์ นรวิชญ์ ฐิติเจริญรักษ์) is a Thai actor. He is born on June 13, 2004.

Gemini Norawit Titicharoenrak (เจมีไนน์ นรวิชญ์ ฐิติเจริญรักษ์) is a Thai actor. He is born on June 13, 2004. His first BL lead role is the 2022 series, My School President. He reprises his role in the 2023 anthology, Our Skyy 2. In addition, he has a supporting part in the 2023 drama, Moonlight Chicken.


Khaotung Thanawat Ratanakitpaisan (ข้าวตัง ธนวัฒน์ รัตนกิจไพศาล)

Gaipa is portrayed by the Thai actor Khaotung Thanawat Ratanakitpaisan (ข้าวตัง ธนวัฒน์ รัตนกิจไพศาล).

Gaipa runs a market stall with his mother. He supplies the chicken for Jim's restaurant. Gaipa has an unrequited crush on Jim, even though the older man doesn't express romantic feelings toward him. Gaipa has a close relationship with his mom. However, she worries about her son's loneliness and happiness.

Khaotung Thanawat Ratanakitpaisan

Khaotung Thanawat Ratanakitpaisan (ข้าวตัง ธนวัฒน์ รัตนกิจไพศาล) is a Thai actor. He is born on October 13, 1998.

Khaotung Thanawat Ratanakitpaisan (ข้าวตัง ธนวัฒน์ รัตนกิจไพศาล) is a Thai actor. He is born on October 13, 1998. His first BL project is the 2018 drama, 'Cause You're My Boy. He starred in the dramas, Tonhon Chonlatee (2021), The Eclipse (2022), and Only Friends (2023). Khao also had supporting roles in 2gether (2020), A Tale of Thousand Stars (2021), and 55:15 Never Too Late (2021).


First Kanaphan Puitrakul (เฟิร์ส คณพันธ์ ปุ้ยตระกูล)

Alan is portrayed by the Thai actor First Kanaphan Puitrakul (เฟิร์ส คณพันธ์ ปุ้ยตระกูล).

Alan is Wen's ex-boyfriend. They have a complicated relationship after their breakup. The two are hardly on amicable terms, yet they remain involved in each other's lives. Alan reacts terribly after he discovers Wen's new romantic prospect. Alan is employed at a bank, working in the loans division.

First Kanaphan Puitrakul

First Kanaphan Puitrakul (เฟิร์ส คณพันธ์ ปุ้ยตระกูล) is a Thai actor. He is born on September 3, 1998.

First Kanaphan Puitrakul (เฟิร์ส คณพันธ์ ปุ้ยตระกูล) is a Thai actor. He is born on September 3, 1998. His first BL project is the 2020 drama, The Shipper. He has a supporting role in the 2021 political thriller, Not Me. Additionally, First stars in The Eclipse (2022) and Only Friends (2023).

Supporting Cast

Leng is portrayed by the Thai actor Mark Pakin Kunaanuwit (มาร์ค ภาคิน คุณาอนุวิทย์).


Mark Pakin Kunaanuwit (มาร์ค ภาคิน คุณาอนุวิทย์)

Praem is portrayed by the Thai actress View Benyapa Jeenprasom (วิว เบญญาภา จีนประสม).


View Benyapa Jeenprasom (วิว เบญญาภา จีนประสม)

Beam is portrayed by the Thai actor Papang Phromphiriya Thongputtaruk (ปาแปง พรหมพิริยะ ทองพุทธรักษ์).


Papang Phromphiriya Thongputtaruk (ปาแปง พรหมพิริยะ ทองพุทธรักษ์)

Mrs. Hong is Gaipa's mom.

Gaipa's mom

Heart's mom is portrayed by the Thai actress Sui Pornnapa Thepthinnakorn (พรนภา เทพทินกร).

Heart's mom

Sui Pornnapa Thepthinnakorn (พรนภา เทพทินกร)

Heart's dad is portrayed by the Thai actor A Suraphan Chaopaknam (สุรพันธ์ ชาวปากน้ำ).

Heart's dad

A Suraphan Chaopaknam (สุรพันธ์ ชาวปากน้ำ)

Gong is portrayed by the Thai actor Jack Kittisak Patomburana (กิตติศักดิ์ ปฐมบูรณา).


Jack Kittisak Patomburana (กิตติศักดิ์ ปฐมบูรณา)

Jam is portrayed by the Thai actress Lookwa Pijika Jittaputta (ลูกหว้า พิจิกา จิตตะปุตตะ).


Lookwa Pijika Jittaputta (ลูกหว้า พิจิกา จิตตะปุตตะ)

Khwan is portrayed by the Thai actress Papang Phromphiriya Thongputtaruk (ปาแปง พรหมพิริยะ ทองพุทธรักษ์).


Papang Phromphiriya Thongputtaruk (ปาแปง พรหมพิริยะ ทองพุทธรักษ์)

Mr. Song is Jim's landlord.

Mr Song

Jeab is Alan's sister-in-law.


Wen's stepfather is portrayed by the Thai actor Chokchai Charoensuk (โชคชัย เจริญสุข).


Chokchai Charoensuk (โชคชัย เจริญสุข)

Jimbo is Jim and Beam's cat.


Cast Highlights

  • The leads Earth and Mix are most famous for starring in the 2021 Thai BL series A Tale of Thousand Stars. In addition, they appeared together in the 2022 dramas Cupid's Last Wish and Magic of Zero.
  • The actors who portray Li Ming and Heart (Fourth and Gemini) are the leads of the 2022 high school BL series My School President. Leng's actor (Mark) and Jam's actress (Lookwa) also had supporting roles in that drama.
  • Gaipa and Alan's actors (Khaotung and First) are the leads of the 2022 BL series The Eclipse. Khaotung also had a supporting role in A Tale of Thousand Stars.
  • First and Beam's actor (Papang) appeared in the 2021 BL thriller Not Me. Khaotung, First, Papang, and Leng's actor (Mark) all have roles in the 2023 series Only Friends, where they hook up with each other.
  • Gong's actor (Heart) had a supporting role in the 2022 time-travel BL drama Triage.

Moonlight Chicken Review


Drama Review Score: 9.0

Wen flirts with Jim.

Moonlight Chicken begins with a one-night stand. The leads quickly consummate their love, solidifying their physical attraction in the premiere. The storyteller deliberately removes sex from the equation to concentrate on emotional intimacy. Despite opening their bodies to each other, the characters are guarded about the secret wounds inside their hearts. Moonlight Chicken is riveting because it explores the couple's sensitive journey from trauma to healing. The complex relationship drama unfolds intriguingly.

I love the mature themes in Moonlight Chicken, which will appeal to an older demographic. This series explores weightier topics than your average BL drama, including disabilities, LGBTQ+ experiences, and socioeconomic status. The story often impresses me with astute social commentary and intelligent observations about how we lead our lives. Many of its sentimental messages align with my personal values. I want to champion Moonlight Chicken because it promotes compassion, empathy, generosity, tolerance, and other inspirational virtues.

My favourite part of Moonlight Chicken is the lead, Uncle Jim. He's a brilliantly flawed protagonist with many intricate layers. Jim struggles with trust issues, traditional thinking, a stubborn personality, and insecurities about his age. He conquers these mental burdens after meeting Wen, whose progressive views influence his love interest to change. I'm fascinated by Jim's personal growth throughout the series. In addition, his actor (Earth) handles the role confidently. He gives a nuanced performance, balancing the character's maturity with subtle vulnerability.

The leads share a comfortable chemistry, building upon their rapport since A Tale of Thousand Stars. I love their sultry gazes during romantic encounters. With that said, I'm not attached to Jim and Wen as a couple. Their romance ranks around mid-tier BL instead of an all-time classic. Also, Wen goes through a rough patch. His hostility toward Alan is unflattering and makes him less likable. Wen and Alan's angsty breakup melodrama is the weakest plot in Moonlight Chicken. The story hardly develops their romantic history, so I don't care if they separate.

The secondary couple is enjoyable. Li Ming & Heart's compelling teen romance hits all the right sentimental notes. I love their cute relationship scenes, highlighting the pair's emotional bond. Li Ming is also central to the best storylines in the series. From his stormy family dynamics to his dreams of working abroad, Li Ming is a sophisticated character with immense depth. His performer (Fourth) elevates the role with an authentic portrayal. Fourth is a teen prodigy. He has the looks, the charisma, and the acting skills, encompassing the quintessential traits of a superstar.

Moonlight Chicken crosses into the territory of cliched melodrama. Some events feel so theatrical that they can only happen in a fictional work, taking me out of immersion. Despite questioning several narrative choices, I still respect the thoughtful themes behind each storyline. I also enjoy the chic production values, from the stunning visuals to the glorious soundtrack. This series exudes a deeply romantic atmosphere. Overall, Moonlight Chicken is a well-made BL series. The poignant plots, talented actors, and stylish aesthetics resonate positively with me.


Poignant story

Moonlight Chicken features sentimental storylines with thoughtful messages and astute social commentary. The complex characters go on emotional journeys of growth and healing.

Emotional romance

The lead couple shares a comfortable on-screen chemistry. Similarly, the secondary romance hits all the right sentimental notes. However, I'm not a fan of Wen and Alan's angsty breakup drama.

Talented acting

The star-studded cast gives talented performances. I enjoy Jim's actor (Earth) for his balanced portrayal of maturity and vulnerability. Likewise, Li Ming's actor (Fourth) appears sensitive and authentic.

Happy ending

Moonlight Chicken has a happy ending where Jim makes a significant decision regarding his business. He also clarifies his romance with Wen. Similarly, Li Ming makes plans for his future.

Stylish artistry

The series dazzles with stunning cinematography and a glorious soundtrack. The stylish production values cultivate a romantic atmosphere that amplifies the love story.


Moonlight Chicken is a mature BL series with complex protagonists going through emotional relationship drama. I enjoy the sentimental plots, talented actors, chic aesthetics, and positive messages.

Moonlight Chicken Series Explained


One-night stand

Moonlight Chicken begins with a one-night stand between Jim and Wen.

Sex usually comes at the climax of a love story, like a milestone for couples after they've forged a connection. However, Moonlight Chicken reverses the standard narrative and begins with a night of passion. In the first episode, Jim and Wen have a one-night stand before knowing each other's names. Despite their hot sexual encounter, they parted ways coldly the day after. "Good luck," Jim says awkwardly before sauntering away.

The standard convention is to move on after a one-night stand. "Just nail and bail," Wen's friend advises him. It's supposed to be a quick fling with no strings attached. However, what you'll notice about Wen is that he doesn't follow the rules when it comes to romance. Wen listens to his heart, which feels deeply attracted to Mr. Chicken Rice Guy. He returns to the restaurant, eager to pursue a more meaningful relationship. Jim humours his guest and offers him a temp job. The emphasis is on the word "temporary", indicating Jim doesn't include Wen in his life for the long term.

Although Wen wants a relationship, Jim shuts him down repeatedly. From "I like to drink alone" to "Wen might not be here every day", Jim defines his boundaries. This bachelor is not eligible for romance. Jim may be willing to initiate physical affection with a stranger, but he's reserved about emotional intimacy. This love story involves Wen breaking down Jim's barriers until his love interest finally opens up about himself. The journey is long and challenging. Despite their one-night stand, it takes many more nights before Jim unravels and shares the secret wounds inside his heart.

Uncle Jim

Jim feeds a treat to his cat Jimbo.

Like Wen, the viewers learn little about Jim's backstory initially. We're introduced to him as a small business owner. A lot of his identity revolves around running the restaurant. We also know him as Li Ming's guardian. However, the premiere doesn't explain why his nephew lives with him. We only know superficial details about Jim, nothing more personal than what you'd find in a standard application form. There's an air of mystery around our protagonist, symbolizing his guardedness. Jim is a closed book at the start of the series.

As the story progresses, we discover more about Jim as an individual. Jim is a single gay man in his late thirties, living with his nephew and cat. He owns a house, a car, and a diner. Jim has a troubled romantic history involving an ex-partner who cheated on him. Since then, he has committed himself to single life. Jim doesn't have big dreams. He only cares about making money to pay off his debts and support his nephew. Jim's one luxury in life is drinking a beer per day, describing the beverage as a bitter reality check. "When I get drunk, I don't dream. Just sleep and wake up."

The more we understand Jim, the more we realize the depth of his misery. This man sounds discontented about his unfulfilled life. Worst of all, Jim's mental state has deteriorated to a point where he appears disillusioned about his future. He speaks as if there's no more hope for him. When Wen says he wants to settle down, Jim replies bleakly. "Don't waste your time on me. Someone like me isn't fit to be anyone's home." His response shows a pessimistic man with crippling insecurities about himself. Jim doesn't believe he can be happy.

Jim and Beam

Jim and Beam used to be in a loving relationship.

Once upon a time, Jim experienced domestic bliss with his partner Beam. They were in a committed relationship and even exchanged rings with each other. The couple also started the Moonlight Chicken diner together. Beam was the dreamer of the two and believed in this restaurant's success. Jim happily followed along, trusting his significant other. "Moonlight Chicken is proof of our love," Beam had told him with a reassuring smile.

Unfortunately, Beam was seeing another woman. Although we don't know all the details, he seemed to lead a double life. Jim was his secret male lover, whereas Khwan was the official girlfriend to appease his family. Since Beam's parents were homophobic, he may have felt pressured to date a woman for appearances. According to the timeline, Beam and Khwan were already in a relationship before he started an affair with Jim. However, this cheater didn't do a good job covering up his adultery. Jim and Khwan both knew of each other's existence.

Beam died in an accident before Jim could seek answers from him. Their last exchange was a heated confrontation where Jim made accusations and threatened to break up. After his death, Beam's family refused to acknowledge their son's male partner. Legally, Jim was not entitled to the money he saved under Beam's bank account. He was only left with a business debt, a cat, and a broken heart. What a terrible way to end a relationship, right? No wonder Jim developed severe trust issues and didn't want to enter a new romance. His past experiences have traumatized him.


Alan rejects Jim's bank loan.

Money is a significant concern in Jim's life, contributing to his unhappiness. Everything is so damn expensive, from business rent to Li Ming's tuition. Ever since Beam's parents robbed him, Jim doesn't have enough savings to cover his costs. Poverty forces him into stressful predicaments. In Episode 2, Jim forgoes renewing his car insurance to spend the money on Leng and Praew instead. He soon suffers the costly consequences after getting into an accident. 

Jim faces a prominent issue midway through the series. He'll lose his beloved diner due to the commercial redevelopment project. Jim can't afford to buy out the restaurant from his landlord. As Jim struggles to secure a bank loan, he must rely on friends and family for their generosity. Gaipa and his mother have offered to help, while Jam and her husband can also be his benefactors. Their title deeds can help save his business. Yet, Jim is uncomfortable accepting their assistance because these loans have an emotional debt.

Alan once said he couldn't separate work from personal matters, but Jim is the exact opposite. In Gaipa's case, Jim doesn't want to exploit his young friend's unrequited crush. After rejecting Gaipa's confession, Jim feels scummy about taking monetary assets from him. He also refuses his sister's help since she expects Li Ming to live with her family and attend college. However, Jim can't enter a negotiation that leverages his nephew's future. Despite his desperation for money, Jim maintains his moral principles. He won't compromise his integrity for financial gain.

Jim vs Li Ming

Jim is Li Ming's uncle, but they often clash and argue.

While Jim's adamant nature is admirable, he can be frustratingly stubborn. He often clashes with Li Ming, getting into heated arguments with the defiant teenager. They don't see eye-to-eye because of Jim's traditional views. He expects Li Ming to follow a conventional trajectory. His nephew is supposed to get good grades, apply for college, and obtain a degree. However, Li Ming isn't academically gifted. Instead, he wants to work abroad, expanding his horizons in another country.

Jim strongly opposes his nephew's idea of travelling overseas. He ridicules Li Ming's aspiration, claiming his dreams are insensible. However, Wen challenges Jim's old-fashioned thinking. "When you decide on something for him, you think he's too young. But when you expect him to do something, you think he's old enough." Wen constantly encourages Jim and Li Ming to understand each other's points of view. In Episode 3, he chats to both parties after their argument, providing wise guidance. Wen is instrumental in bridging their generation gap

Wen introduces Jim to his stepfather, demonstrating a healthy relationship between child and guardian. It's his subtle way of showing Jim how to communicate with respectful dialogue. Wouldn't it be nice to talk to your nephew openly like this? Wen is a positive influence on Jim. He introduces modern views and progressive ideas to the older man, successfully updating his perspective. Thanks to Wen, Jim learns to be more understanding and improves his relationship with Li Ming. The uncle and nephew share a heartfelt chat in Episode 7, finally communicating as equals.

Role model

Jim wants to be a good uncle to his nephew Li Ming.

Jim wants his nephew to lead a happier life than him, one that doesn't involve stressing about poverty. He emphasizes Li Ming's academic performance, believing a good education will increase his nephew's success in a lucrative career. However, it's hard to preach what you don't practice. Jim feels discontented with his own life. He isn't wealthy, well-educated, or emotionally fulfilled. As Jim contemplates his shortcomings, he worries about being a poor role model to Li Ming.

One of Jim's fears is that Li Ming will adopt his bad habits, such as smoking. Li Ming's first cigarette alerts Jim that his actions may influence the teen, leading him astray. Similarly, he's troubled by his nephew's same-sex romance. Jim holds himself responsible as if Li Ming mimicked him. "Li Ming may not have turned gay if he hadn't lived with me." It's a foolish notion. He, of all people, should know sexuality isn't transmissible. Jim's concerns reflect his insecurities. Even as an out gay man, he's still susceptible to self-loathing. Society has conditioned Jim to feel guilty about his attraction.

Once again, Wen steers his love interest to healthier thoughts. He uses sound arguments to debunk the outlandish theory. Note that Wen uses a gentle tone and doesn't condemn Jim harshly during this conversation. Although Jim's ideas are misguided, they don't come from malice. He just feels anxious and needs a bit of friendly reassurance. Not only does Wen have progressive views, but he's also emotionally intelligent. He can speak on Jim's level and rationalize without judgment. Wen is Jim's best role model, inspiring him to be empathetic and enlightened.


Jim cries during his argument with Li Ming.

Jim and Li Ming have their most intense argument during Episode 4. In the heat of the moment, Li Ming delivers a devastating line. "Are you truly happy? Is running a chicken rice diner really your dream?" His words are so hurtful that Jim cries in response. Li Ming has ripped open his uncle's deepest emotional wounds, reminding him of repressed trauma. Jim is confronted by his depression, broken promises, and painful memories of a former love.

Running Moonlight Chicken used to be Jim's dream, which he shared joyously with Beam. The couple planned to operate the family restaurant together, like a lifelong partnership. Beam's betrayal shattered Jim's optimism, leaving him confused and doubtful. How much of their relationship was a lie!? Furthermore, Beam's death plummeted Jim into hopelessness. The tragedy caused him so much anguish that he stopped dreaming ever since. He became guarded against new romances, protecting himself from heartache. Jim appeared resigned to lonely one-night stands.

Moonlight Chicken is a relic of Jim's past. It symbolizes the lingering trauma of his previous relationship. After Beam dies, Jim doesn't close the restaurant or relocate elsewhere. Instead, he stays still, almost paralyzed by torment. He continues running the business, representing the inability to move on from his ex. Beam once described the diner as "proof of our love", but now it reminded Jim of their unfulfilled aspirations. Moonlight Chicken contributes to Jim's insecurities and stops him from starting new ambitions. Nonetheless, he can't let go of this old, failed dream.

Jim and Wen

Wen helps Jim move on from his trauma.

Jim would've continued mourning Beam, but then he met Wen. This young man from the city stops Jim's downward trajectory. The two characters have different upbringings and outlooks. Wen holds a fancy education, comes from an affluent background, and works at a corporate agency. Unlike his old-fashioned love interest, Wen is the face of modernity. The story highlights their cultural differences in Episode 1 with the DVD vs streaming discussion. Wen symbolizes a new era of change.

Wen helps Jim overcome his past relationship trauma. He does so through sheer perseverance. No matter how often Jim declines his advances, Wen won't give up. He hangs around the restaurant, offering easily accessible companionship and emotional support. Whenever Jim feels distressed, Wen listens intently and provides gentle guidance. He's determined to pursue this romance, exceeding what an average person does during courtship. Wen's assertiveness toward unrequited love prevails over Gaipa's passive approach. Poor Gaipa and his subtle affection pale in comparison.

Jim doesn't open up right away. "Why is your wall so high?" Wen asks in frustration. Eventually, they reach a breakthrough. As Jim reveals his trauma, Wen encourages his love interest to heal. Wen initiates an honest dialogue between Jim & Khwan. Beam's two lovers answer each other questions, share their experiences, and unload their burdens. Although Jim doesn't get decisive answers about his ex, he feels a sense of closure. Thanks to Wen's support, Jim moves forward with the future instead of grieving over his past. A new era of enlightenment has arrived.


Gaipa hugs his mom before she passes away.

Initially, Gaipa had the home-field advantage over his love rival Wen. He knew Jim earlier, worked in similar fields, and bonded over a long history. Jim shares more in common with Gaipa than Wen, who comes from a different culture. In addition, Gaipa displays many appealing attributes. His personality is warm and bubbly. He dotes on his mother. Also, he acts as Jim's personal assistant, helping him with daily errands. Everything about Gaipa indicates he's a sweetheart.

Despite being a perfectly compatible love interest, Gaipa still loses the battle for Jim's heart to Wen. Gaipa simply isn't assertive enough. His idea of flirtation is paying Jim's invoices and then going home to giggle with his mom. Meanwhile, Wen is parked outside the restaurant every night, making calculated moves to seduce his conquest. Gaipa also buckles quickly after getting declined the first time. In contrast, Wen brushes off each rejection and shows admirable tenacity. The story highlights that Gaipa has a delicate crush, whereas Wen harbours a resilient love.

Gaipa and Jim are awkward around each other after the confession. However, any tension between them dissolves after Gaipa's mom dies. This significant tragedy eclipses the petty dispute. Jim reaches out and provides emotional support as a friend. Despite their reconciliation, Gaipa refuses the invitation to the farewell party at Jim's restaurant. He maintains a healthy distance from his former crush. Fortunately, Gaipa recovers from his broken heart. The story teases a hopeful ending for Gaipa and Alan, as the two lonely souls forge a new connection.

Wen and Alan

Wen has a messy breakup with Alan.

Despite fixing Jim's relationships, Wen is less graceful with his personal love life. Like Jim, Wen suffers from the trauma of a past romance. He broke up with his boyfriend of five years recently. Yet, they have a complicated separation and continue living together. They even sleep in the same bed. Resentment grows between the former lovers. When the story begins, Wen gets drunk at Jim's diner because he doesn't want to return home to face his gloomy ex.

I find Alan's personality unappealing. This character grates on my nerves with his petty comments and scornful demeanour. With that said, I sympathize with Alan's predicament and believe Wen mistreats his ex. Wen has the right to break up with someone he doesn't love. However, he handles the separation insensitively. Telling your boyfriend of five years that you don't love them is a cruel remark. Instead of softening the blow, Wen antagonizes Alan for months. Their living arrangement is also not ideal. Wen has the financial ability to move out, yet he blurs the boundaries between them.

Every Wen and Alan scene aggravates me. I want them to take their angsty separation drama off-screen and give me more Li Ming x Heart moments instead. 😩 Regardless of my feelings, the breakup plays a significant part in Wen's journey. Jim presents an ultimatum, telling his love interest to clean up this relationship mess. Wen realizes he must be decisive in uncoupling with Alan. Let's start by not living and sleeping together anymore. Through this storyline, Wen learns to take responsibility. He should let go of the past before starting a future with someone new.


Alan cries about his breakup with Wen.

Alan woke up one morning and discovered his world was about to collapse. He used to enjoy domestic bliss with his long-term boyfriend. They held a love nest, celebrated anniversaries together, and attended events as a couple. They put cute photos and cherished mementoes on their board of memories. Suddenly, Wen declared he wanted to end their relationship"I don't love you anymore," was his official explanation. This short, ruthless sentence reduced five years of their romance to nothingness. 

Alan was blindsided by the breakup and didn't understand the rationale. He still loved his ex, even though these feelings were now unreciprocated. From "Tell me what I did wrong" to "I'll do better", Alan's desperate pleas placed the blame on himself. He maintained delusional false hope about reconciling months after their separation. Wen didn't make the situation better with his needless cruelty. "I slept with you because I felt sorry for you" was a vindictive line. The hostility made Alan spiral to a dark place. He lashed out, drank excessive alcohol, and seethed with jealousy.

After his car accident, Alan gains clarity about the destructiveness of his unrequited love. The near-death experience is a wake-up call, prompting him to shift his mindset. Although Wen accompanies him during the hospitalization, Alan defines boundaries between them. He establishes the necessary distance to protect himself from getting hurt again. To this day, Alan doesn't understand why Wen falls out of love with him. Nonetheless, he must accept that Wen's feelings are out of his control. Alan learns he can't force love onto an unreceptive partner. It's time to move on.


Jim hugs Wen after his breakup with Alan.

Although Alan was astounded by the breakup, Wen didn't fall out of love with him overnight. His feelings withered for a while until he finally had enough. Wen knows he's perceived as the villain for dumping his loyal boyfriend. Nonetheless, he can't continue leading a life of false emotions and force himself to love Alan. There's no more passion in their romance. Wen believes ending their relationship is the right decision. He must be honest and free himself from unhappiness.

It requires courage and conviction to end a five-year commitment. You significantly overturn your stable life, destroying the intimate connection with your significant other. This decision comes with a severe emotional toll. Wen has doubts and doesn't initiate a tidy breakup. The two exes continue living together for months, blurring the boundaries between lovers and friends. Wen is reluctant to cut off Alan from his life entirely. This man was a part of his home for the past five years. Wen didn't love him anymore, but he still attached a sentimental value to their relationship.

"Why would you stay with someone who no longer loves you?" Wen asks his ex during their breakup scene in Episode 5. Alan sits on the other side of the restaurant table, too choked up to respond. After the rhetorical question, Wen tells the waiter not to restart the grill. The clever symbolism reflects that he doesn't want to reignite their romantic spark. After this exchange, Wen cuts ties with Alan decisively. He removes the ring, leaves the apartment, and abandons his home for the past five years. It's a moment of emancipation. Wen is free from his loveless relationship at last.


Jim and Wen have an intimate moment in his home.

In Episode 2, Wen shares his dream with Jim. "I want a home. A home where someone waits for me." Wen wants to settle down for the long term instead of drunken hookups and one-night stands. He used to have a love nest with Alan, but it wasn't the right fit for him. Even though they live together, their passionless relationship doesn't provide him comfort or warmth. Wen is now looking for a new home, hopefully with Uncle Jim.

After breaking up with Alan in Episode 5, Wen arrives at Jim's house with a suitcase. He's essentially homeless after moving out of his ex's apartment. Jim allows his love interest to stay at his place for a while. He could've told Wen to stop intruding and visit a hotel. Instead, Uncle Jim welcomes Wen into his home. Jim had a cautious policy with one-night stands in the past, not allowing intimacy to develop. Now, Wen becomes his houseguest. Jim's hospitality shows he's opening his heart more, compared to how he behaved at the start of the series.

In Episode 6, Jim and Wen are relaxing in the living room. "Do you see this place as your home?" Wen asks him. Jim looks around and doesn't reply. It's a complicated question. This house used to be the loving abode he shared with Beam. After his death, the sentimental value of the building becomes hazy. During the scene, you'll notice Jim's hesitation about touching Wen. Eventually, he gives in and caresses Wen's head. The story hints at Jim's answer nonverbally. Jim has grown fond of his love interest and considers home wherever Wen may be.

Li Ming

Li Ming gets poor grades in school.

Li Ming wants to leave home at the start of the series. He plans to escape his sleepy hometown and travel to a prosperous country. Li Ming is interested in a work abroad program, which will take him to the United States after graduation. The prospect of an overseas voyage excites him. He'd like to experience new cultures, speak different languages, and broaden his sheltered views. While this small-town boy has ambitious dreams, he faces obstacles in his coming-of-age journey.

His guardian, Uncle Jim, expects Li Ming to attend university. It's the standard route for many high school students. Li Ming's friends talk about their postsecondary plans enthusiastically. Unlike his peers, Li Ming doesn't want to pursue a degree. He isn't an academically gifted student. His poor grades and dismal test scores make him insecure, destroying his self-esteem. Sitting in those classes is like a prison, not stimulating him mentally. Li Ming believes he's more suitable for working abroad than studying in college. However, he knows his old-fashioned uncle won't understand. 

Li Ming needs his guardian's approval to work overseas, but Jim is critical of his ambitions. From his lack of money to his ill-conceived plans, Jim thinks the work abroad program is a dumb idea. He doesn't see the value in being employed at an American Starbucks. It devastates Li Ming to hear someone attack his dreams, claiming they aren't achievable. His uncle only patronizes him instead of showing support or understanding his motivations. Li Ming feels trapped in his home, resenting Jim's control over his destiny. Li Ming just wants to live freely and independently.


Li Ming contemplates his future in Moonlight Chicken Episode 3.

While Jim is haunted by his past, Li Ming feels anxious about his future. What are his plans if he can't attend the work abroad program? University is a no-go. He may not even have the grades for enrollment. The alternative is working at the diner, another unappealing prospect. "Do you expect me to be stuck here for the rest of my life!?" Li Ming exclaims during an argument. His biggest fear is living like his uncle, trapped inside this struggling restaurant with no other ambitions.

Li Ming has a strong sense of adventure, curiosity, and independence. He doesn't follow the traditional path of education and employment. Instead, this defiant teenager dares to embark on new journeys and try different experiences. Li Ming wants to capitalize on his youth to figure out his passions. Now is the time to dream, experiment, and forge a future for himself. No, he doesn't have a detailed plan for everything. He only has a vague outline of what to do during his work abroad program. Nonetheless, Li Ming is committed to his journey of self-discovery.

Thankfully, Jim becomes enlightened and permits Li Ming to travel overseas. Jim realizes his nephew is mature enough to make his own decisions. This ambitious teenager is passionate about his future, showing more drive and initiative than many kids his age. As the guardian, Jim's role is to support Li Ming's dreams instead of suppressing them. Jim learns to relinquish control. He can trust Li Ming to make the best choices about his destiny. Although working abroad may not fit Jim's vision of conventional success, this future makes Li Ming happy.


Li Ming and Heart befriend each other.

Li Ming befriends Heart, a teenager with hearing impairment. Initially, they didn't get along due to a false accusation. Li Ming gets wrongly blamed and must work for a wealthy family to pay off his debts. "Because we're poor, they can do anything to us!?" Time and time again, Moonlight Chicken highlights the inequalities between the rich and the poor. From Heart's parents seeking damages to Alan declining Jim's bank loan, those with money always have the upper hand.

Despite their early animosity, Li Ming and Heart overcome their misunderstanding to forge a connection. Li Ming learns about his friend's distressing life. Heart's parents forbid him from leaving the house since he lost his hearing. They think it's safer to confine their son inside the luxurious residence, like a gilded cage. Li Ming is sympathetic to his friend's imprisonment. In fact, he sees parallels between their situations. Li Ming also lacks the freedom to live independently due to a domineering guardian. They're like two birds with clipped wings, both restricted by their families.

Li Ming alleviates Heart's loneliness by keeping him company. This adorable teen romance begins by establishing Li Ming and Heart's friendship. Each enchanting scene emphasizes their special bond. They watch subtitled movies, communicate via sign language, and share intimate secrets about their aspirations. Later, Li Ming sneaks Heart out of the house, like a modern BL version of Rapunzel. Li Ming introduces his friend to many new experiences, turning his lonely life into a marvellous adventure. Heart doesn't just make a friend. He has finally found his champion.


Li Ming and Heart form an adorable teen romance.

One of Li Ming's most admirable deeds is learning sign language to converse with Heart. The teens often use notepads and text messages to articulate. However, Li Ming makes an extra effort to relate to his love interest. He's dedicated to using Heart's language and takes time to understand the different gestures. Doing so shows Li Ming's willingness to connect with his companion intimately. Li Ming can decipher Heart's thoughts more clearly, bridging their communication gap.

In Episode 5, the adults discover the teenagers' late-night endeavours after a motorcycle accident. Their heated argument prompts Heart's parents to reflect on how they've treated their son. After the spat, Heart's mom and dad learn sign language to converse with him. This long overdue gesture shows their willingness to adapt to his needs. Likewise, Heart stops lying and becomes honest with his family. They entrust him with more autonomy. As both sides improve their communication, Heart's cold, sterile home fills with warmth and understanding.

During the last few episodes, Li Ming encourages his companion to verbalize his thoughts. "I want to hear your voice," Li Ming declares. This powerful statement applies physically and metaphorically. One of Li Ming's goals is to make Heart feel comfortable about self-expression. When the series began, Heart was a quiet recluse who kept many secrets to himself. He was afraid to convey his thoughts and harboured his unhappiness for years. Li Ming wants Heart to be confident in speaking up. Find your voice, communicate honestly, and open up more to the world.


Li Ming gives Uncle Jim a hug.

Li Ming and Jim's relationship improves at the end of Moonlight Chicken. They have more amicable exchanges, finally communicating heart-to-heart. The story uses symbolism to signify their camaraderie. In Episode 7, Jim gives his nephew a beer, like a token of his adulthood. In Episode 8, Li Ming buys bubble tea for his uncle, which he hadn't done previously. Li Ming is now thoughtful enough to include Jim in his drinks purchases, representing their tighter bond.

Jim and Li Ming clashed in the past due to their generation gap. Jim thought this defiant teenager was too young to make responsible life decisions. However, Li Ming has grown into a self-assured young man with lots of wisdom. He's confident in his sexuality and determined to pursue his goals. There's no need for Jim to regulate his nephew's life. Instead, his role is to support, encourage, and reassure Li Ming on his current journey. Don't crush his dreams just because they differ from Jim's vision. Believe in Li Ming and help him succeed.

Jim is insecure about his age. He feels too old in his 30s, assuming it's too late to have new ambitions. With his adult sensibility, Jim makes decisions based on short-term practicality instead of long-term aspiration. Yet, Li Ming shows it's okay to be adventurous. Uncle Jim, you don't have to spend your life paying bills, running the diner, or keeping a broken dream. Jim says in the finale, "Thanks for teaching me to be mature even though you're still a kid." Li Ming's valuable lesson is helping Jim recognize his youth. He's still young enough to explore many possibilities in his future.

Moonlight Chicken Ending Explained


Jim's dream

Moonlight Chicken has a happy ending where Jim lets go of his relationship trauma.

Moonlight Chicken ends with Jim losing his diner to the commercial developers. He doesn't gather the funds to purchase the place from his landlord. His friends and family have offered to help, but he declines their financial support for moral reasons. Instead, Jim is at peace with letting go of his restaurant. On the surface, it may seem like a sad ending, like a corporate victory over small business owners. However, the story suggests empowering messages to Jim's decision.

The diner represents Jim's past relationship trauma. He started this business with his deceased partner, who betrayed him and broke his heart. Jim is so emotionally wounded that he avoids intimacy and seems resigned to loneliness. He clings to this old restaurant due to a painful inability to move on. Enter Wen. He modernizes Jim's thinking, helps him open up about his anguish, and encourages a healing journey. Thanks to Wen, Jim stops suffering and becomes more enlightened. He finally accepts Wen as his boyfriend, signifying a new era of change.

Li Ming inspires Jim to dream again. His nephew's youthful ambition proves personal happiness doesn't always have to be practical or traditional. Like the savoury taste of chicken rice, there are different ways to enjoy life and still feel fulfilled. Jim drops the outdated notion that he must hold onto the diner building. Instead, he sells his car, buys a food truck, and adopts another passion. After years of paralysis, Jim realizes it isn't too late to try different experiences. He's still young enough to pursue a modern business venture and open his heart to a new romantic partner. 

Wen's home

Jim and Wen kiss in the Moonlight Chicken ending.

Wen meets Jim at an uncertain time in his life. After an ugly breakup with his boyfriend of five years, Wen has lost a place to call home. Although he still lives with his ex, their relationship has no more romantic spark. Wen feels terribly alone, unable to reciprocate Alan's desperate and suffocating love. Wen hates returning to their shared apartment, where they rehash bitter arguments. He prefers drifting through the night, drowning himself in alcohol and sorrow.

Wen has a passionate one-night stand with a mysterious stranger. He is intrigued and deeply attracted to Jim. Wen wants to pursue a long-term relationship, but Jim defines his boundaries and rejects all the advances. Wen remains undeterred. Beneath Jim's broken self-esteem, there is a man worth loving. Wen helps Jim recover from his emotional wounds. He introduces progressive views, listens to his companion's problems, and provides comforting guidance. Simultaneously, Wen ties up loose ends with his ex. No more messy breakup drama.

After a challenging journey, Jim opens his heart to a new romance. Wen succeeds in rebuilding a shattered man and helping him overcome his trauma. They begin an official relationship as boyfriends. Wen also buys an apartment, where he intends to settle down with his long-term partner. The ultimate test comes when his company gives Wen a job promotion, but he turns down the relocation offer. He explains, "I just built a home. I don't want to move anywhere." Wen can stop searching and wandering aimlessly through the night. He has found Jim, his lifelong commitment.

Moonlight Chicken Episodes

Episode Guide

Jim and Wen are chatting intimately in the bedroom.

Moonlight Chicken has a total of 8 episodes. Each episode is around 60 to 70 minutes long. The last episode is around 70 minutes long. It is a long BL drama, and you can finish the entire series in around 9 hours. Moonlight Chicken started on February 8, 2023 and ended on March 2, 2023.

Moonlight Chicken is a part of the "Midnight" franchise, which consists of two other series: Midnight Motel and Dirty Laundry. The other two dramas don't have BL content. Their stories are also unrelated, so you don't have to watch them to understand Moonlight Chicken.

After its release, Moonlight Chicken won the Gold Award for Best Asian LGBTQ+ Programme in Contentasia Awards 2023.

Episode 1
Episode 2
Episode 3
Episode 4
Episode 5
Episode 6
Episode 7
Episode 8

Episode Reviews

Episode 1

I like this first episode! Moonlight Chicken has an adult vibe, a refreshing change from school BL dramas. The production looks stylish. The romantic ambiance amplifies this love story's mystique.

Episode 2

Love the secondary couple's scenes so far. Also, I'm dying at another EarthMix x Khoatung love triangle, like an A Tale of Thousand Stars reunion. "I'm not fit to be anyone's home" is my favourite line.

Episode 3

Wow, Li Ming's character is stealing the show. I enjoy the other characters too, but this teen coming-of-age storyline hits all the right sentimental notes. Love the gorgeous visuals of him at the marina.

Episode 4

I totally want more EarthPapang scenes after those flashbacks of them kissing. Hot! Ugh, Alan's character is so aggravating. What a thankless role. That fight at the end… omg so cliche.

Episode 5

Wen is so unlikeable in this episode. I hate how he antagonizes Alan. "I slept with you because I pity you." That's a heartless line! What's that annoying squeaking noise during the breakup scene?

Episode 6

Not the boat capsizing after Jim confronted his ex about cheating! LMAO. That's so hilariously theatrical. And now Alan gets into a drunk accident? This series is too melodramatic sometimes.

Episode 7

"Did he turn gay because of me?" Oh Jim. This is an interesting subplot and I like how the story handles it. Love the LGBT discussions too. The Jim and Li Ming chat at the end is cute, hehe~

Episode 8

I like the positive messages in the finale. A one-night stand becomes a long-term relationship for the leads to call home. In addition, I love Jim's character growth. Starting a food truck is so symbolic!

Moonlight Chicken Information


GMMTV is a heavyweight in the BL world. It has produced numerous acclaimed dramas and launched many successful careers over the years.

GMMTV is a heavyweight in the BL world. It has produced numerous acclaimed dramas and launched many successful careers over the years. GMMTV is the leader in the Thai BL industry and possibly around the world. Some of its well-known works include SOTUS (2016), Theory of Love (2019), 2gether (2020), A Tale of Thousand Stars (2021), Bad Buddy (2021), and Last Twilight (2023), among many others.


Aof Noppharnach Chaiwimol (อ๊อฟ นพณัช ชัยวิมล) is a Thai director.

Aof Noppharnach Chaiwimol (อ๊อฟ นพณัช ชัยวิมล) is a Thai director. He worked on He's Coming to Me (2019), Dark Blue Kiss (2019), A Tale of Thousand Stars (2021), and Bad Buddy (2021). His other projects include Last Twilight (2023) and Moonlight Chicken (2023).

  1. Thanks for this review; you don't lie when you say that Fourth is superstar material. Hats off to GMMTV for giving us so many addicting series right out of the gate in 2023 (I include Never Let Me Go in this list in spite of the plot holes, for the lead acting and cinematography). I enjoyed watching Gemini and Fourth's performances in Moonlight Chicken and My School President concurrently, and noting the contrasts.

    They were super charming in MSP but I thought both actors were more nuanced and compelling in MLC, because of the more mature material.

    In MLC they still played high school-aged students but they were plunged into non-high school situations which grabbed and held my attention. I adored Wen's dynamic with Li Ming, but Wen's unhappy ending with Alan went on way, way too long.

    I wish they had introduced the AlanGaipa storyline episodes earlier to enjoy them and to also please let us off the angst hook. Shout out to Jim's willingness to care for all the strays, albeit imperfectly, and to the wonderful woman who was Gaipa's mom (whoever is lucky enough to have him will benefit from how she taught him to love).


  2. i completely agree with you on everything! i didn't feel attached to jim and wen as a couple and was more interested in heart and liming's storyline but nonetheless, i think this drama, though short, was a breath of fresh air. it's very beautifully shot and you can see that everyone involved genuinely wanted the positive messages to resonate with the viewers. overall, i really enjoyed it despite the occasional theatrics towards the end lol.

  3. Thank you for this detailed write up especially the different themes you highlighted.

  4. Enjoyed the depth and detail of your review (as always). My only slight demur is about Alan and Wen’s relationship: yes, they both reveal a less than pleasant side to their personalities, but Alan’s pain is so deep that I can’t blame him for his occasional spite and petulance. I like the fact we are shown that in spite of all this, they (well mainly Wen) still have so much to give to a relationship. Wen is so warm and persevering (as you say), and wise and supportive in his dealings with other people. I’m glad that BL has become confident enough to portray their main characters “with all faults”, and that we can love them as real human beings.

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