Win VIP Tickets To Party With Thai Pop Stars

Thai pop lovers rejoice!

Come November, dimsum will be hosting its first ever large-scale Thai Pop 2019 Music Showcase, in conjunction with its third anniversary celebrations.

The music showcase, supported by the Royal Thai Embassy Kuala Lumpur, will be staged at Nov 10, 6pm, at IDEAL Convention Centre, Shah Alam.

The exciting lineup includes twelve performances by nine popular Thai artistes: film star Sunny Suwanmethanont; Thai boy group 9BY9 members Tor Thanapob Leeratanakajorn, Jaylerr Kritssanapoom Pibulsonggram, Captain Chonlathorn Kongyingyong and Ice Paris Intarakomalyasut; and singer-actors Sky Wongravee Nateetorn, Bilkin Putthipong Assaratanakul, Thanaerng Kanyawee Songmuang, and Pearwah Nichaphat Chatchaipholrat.

Tickets to the showcase are selling fast, so grab yours from TicketCharge now.

Or scroll down for details on how you can get free VIP tickets to the showcase!

For those who have already secured their seats, it is time to practise the special dance steps to My Ambulance theme songs and catch their favourite Thai idols in the following drama series currently streaming on dimsum.

Apart from hit dramas like My Ambulance (Sunny, Sky, Bilkin, Thanaerng), Man of Vengeance 2019 (Tor), In Family We Trust (Tor, Jaylerr, Captain, Ice, Thanaerng), here are more popular Thai idol series for you to binge-watch.


U Prince series – The Extroverted Humanist

Kiryu Weller (Captain) is an outgoing and friendly second-year student from the Faculty of Humanities.

He becomes interested in Pinyin (Ploychompoo Jannine Parawie Weigel), his junior who transferred from China.

However, she has the complete opposite personality.

Pinyin introverted, anxious, without friends and shy, so she finds Kiryu’s intrusion overwhelming initially.

Love Song Love Series – The Little Boat Should Leave Shore

Toon (Captain) is the son of restaurant owner and a member of the school Jazz band.

Due to his fear of failure, he is undecided about his future plans.

His poor academic results and lack of confidence in facing college entrance exams leads him to focus his efforts into music, although is father is not happy about it.

So, he appreciates the support of his friend Mew (Praew Chaisang Narupornkamol) who helps him with his music practice.

I Hate You, I Love You

A suspense-filled drama about five different people and how their lives get intertwined by a twist of fate and jealousy when all they seek is love.

The story is told from the point of view of each character over five days before a mysterious incident happens.

Nana (Punpun Sutatta Udomsilp) is a rich teenage girl who suspects that her boyfriend Tiger (Jaylerr) is cheating on her with her close friend Sol (Fon Sananthachat Thanapatpisal).

Sol tries to reassure Nana that she and Tiger are just friends but Nana does not believe her.

Meanwhile, Sol is being courted by Ai (Oabnithi Wiwattanawarang), who is willing to do anything to win her heart.

One day, Nana stumbles upon Tiger’s secret identity when she meets a boy on the street named Joe (Sky).

Thai drama I Hate You, I Love You stars Jaylerr (extreme left) and Sky (extreme right) who will be performing at the dimsum Thai Pop 2019 Music Showcase to be held at IDCC, Shah Alam on November 10 at 6pm.


The course of true love never did run smooth as several couples find out in this drama.

Boyo’s (Pearwah) life changed dramatically when she gets dumped by her boyfriend, loses her job, kicks out her housemate, and befriends a freelance artist named Good (Lee Thanat Lowkhunsombat).

Meanwhile, her other housemate Boom (Namtan Tipnaree Weerawatnodom) is a beautiful woman whose boyfriend Tor (Best Nathasit Kotimanuswanich) is unwilling to acknowledge their relationship due to rumours about her reputation.

Long-time couple Amm (Aye Sarunchana Apisamaimongkol) and Cable (Ter Ratthanant Janyajirawong) keep bickering even though they have already bought an apartment together, because she is not sure he is ready for a future together.

Lovey Dovey

Adapted from two stories in a novel titled Lovey Brother and Dovey Sister, this drama revolves around the many complications that arise when two brothers fall in love with two sisters.

The older brother Kongfa (Bie Thassapak Hsu) is smitten with the younger sister Khaiwan (Pearwah), while the younger brother Daoneu (March Chutavuth Pattarakhumphol) has a crush on the older sister Kookai (Namcha Sheranut Yusananda).

So, Kongfa thinks he has to wait till Khaiwan grows up to pursue her, while Daoneu can hardly wait to grow up fast enough to court Kookai.

How will it all work out in the end?


dimsum’s THAI POP 2019 Music Showcase will take place at IDCC Shah Alam on Nov 10 at 6pm.
The tickets are selling for RM199 (PS1), RM299 (PS2), RM399 (PS3), RM599 (VIP), RM2000 (VVIP).
Ticket reservations can be made via TicketCharge (
For details, visit dimsum’s website (, official Facebook ( or Instagram (

Ticket Giveaway

We have good news for Thai pop music lovers! dimsum is organising a Share & Win Contest for the Thai Pop 2019 Music Showcase. Prizes up for grabs include three pairs of VIP tickets and two pairs of PS1 tickets.

All entries must fulfil the mechanics of the ticket giveaway as follows.

  1. The contest will be conducted online only.
  2. Participants must share the web version of this article on their Facebook, and state the most creative reason why they want to attend dimsum Thai Pop 2019 Music Showcase.
  3. Entries with the most creative reasons and the highest number of likes will stand a chance to win a pair of tickets each!
  4. Tag @TheStarOnline and
  5. Hashtag #dimsumThaiPop2019 and #LetsSanookTogether and #TheStardimsumThaiPop
  6. Deadline for submission of entries is midnight, Oct 31.
  7. dimsum will contact the winners directly to get further details for ticket redemption.

Dimsum is a Malaysian subscription video-on-demand service operated by SMG Entertainment Sdn Bhd, part of The Star Media Group.

It offers high-definition content with access up to five concurrent users across multiple devices, with an option to download for offline viewing. Other features include parental control and multi-language subtitles.

Dimsum is also accessible via Chromecast, Apple AirPlay, Samsung Smart TV and Android TV.

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