Seven years ago, Tharn Kirigun’s (Suppasit Jongcheveevat) life was turned upside down when he was introduced to his college roommate, Type Thiwat (Kanawut Traipipattanapong). Both freshman at the time, Tharn had no idea what to think when his new roommate made it immediately and abundantly clear that he hated all members of the LGBTQIA+ community. Openly gay himself, Tharn wasn’t about to back down from Type’s open hostility. Standing his ground, Tharn not only helped Type overcome his hatred but eventually helped him see the beautiful possibilities around him. Having unexpectedly fallen for the boy who changed everything all those years ago, Type and Tharn have been happily together ever since. Now both working adults, the two have overcome a lot to be where they are. Unfortunately, instead of things getting easier as time passes, life seems to continually try to prove that not everything can be sunshine and rainbows all the time. With the other always by their side, will Tharn and Type find the strength they need to overcome life’s challenges or will they prove to be too much in the end? The sequel to the 2019 drama “TharnType”, “TharnType 2: 7 Years of Love” is a 2020 romance drama directed by Pique Passawut.