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This drama is based on webcomic “Jookeodo Joa” by “골드키위새 / Goldkiwisae” which was published from 2015-April-7 to 2016-October-25 via “webtoon.daum.net“.
Lee Roo Da (Baek Jin Hee) tries to reform her boss Baek Jin Sang (Kang Ji Hwan) to become a better boss and a better person.
Baek Jin Sang is a team leader of a company. The team members, including Lee Roo Da, do not like him at all. He is mean and arrogant to the all the team members. He believe that he is always right. On the night of April 14th, Lee Roo Da has a dream of her boss being hit by a truck. The next morning she wakes up and finds that it is still April 14th and this day is playing out exactly as her dream...
Nhum is a construction foreman working in Bangkok. The political instability in Thailand has made its presence felt in all business sectors. Nhum suddenly finds himself out of jobs. He decides to head back to the northeast to attend a wedding during the Thai New Year in April -- the hottest month of the year.
At the wedding in Khon Kaen, Nhum runs into Joy, a senior from his high school whom he used to have a crush on. They exchange their phone numbers.
Suddenly, we see an interview with the director's family members, and we learn that the film itself is a semi-autobiography of the director's life. The character of Nhum is as much a construct as it is real.
From this point on, the film becomes the voyage of a young man into the labyrinths of the real and the imagined, the documentary and the fiction, the past and the present – and not only of his self but also of the Thai society writ large.
AKA: สิ้นเมษาฝนตกมาปรอยปรอย Like Raining at the End of April