We have introduced plenty of western hot guys and films in this page. Today we are going to give you something different, a different flavor. We have selected 7 Asian gay films, all of them are unique and brilliant, which will make you fall in love with the gorgeous gay characters from our part of the world.
1. Japan – Rage (2016)* – Satoshi Tsumabuki
Satoshi Tsumabuki is one of the most popular stars for Japanese gay men. His latest film, Rage, has been praised for its storyline, cast, and camerawork. When being asked why he agreed to play a gay character, Satoshi Tsumabuki directly said: “I want Japanese audiences to know that love has no limits.” He is extremely clever and, well, hot, which makes all his fans want to give him a big hug. The best scene in Rage is probably the naked sex scene that Satoshi Tsumabuki and Ayano Go share. The scene Is both bold and realistic, which has driven many girls to call this is a real “male-male romance”. Many critics also commented on the quality of both actors’ performances.
2. Korea, China – Front Cover (2015) – Jake Choi, James Chen
Born and raised in Queens, New York, Jake Choi is a 183 cm Korean-American actor with an amazing body – a true heartthrob. In Front Cover, he plays a Chinese gay designer, who tries as much as he can to get rid of his ties with Chinese community, and strives to get to the top of the fashion industry. However, everything changes when he meets Ning (played by James Chen), a Chinese superstar. They have a rough start and it seems impossible for them to work together. But when they finally find something that brings them closer, they slowly develop a secret relationship, and find the strength to face their true selves. Want to see Asian actors portraying gay characters? Front Cover will give you the best experience!
3. South Korea – Night Flight (2014)* – Kwak Si-yang, Lee Jae-joon
If you cannot resist the charm of a Korean “oppa,” Night Flight will give you the best thrill; you will probably get too excited to even stand straight! Both of the main characters, Kwak Si-yang and Lee Jae-joon, were models before, and have recently moved on to acting in both television and films. The film they co-starred in together is also known as “the first real gay film in South Korea.” And it features stunning and beautiful views and scenes, which will fully draw your attention.
Night Flight tells the story of a clever and well-behaved student, Yong-joo, who falls in love with the school rogue, Ki-woong. At first Ki-woong rejects Yong-joo’s approaches but, as time goes by, he quietly accepts him. Unexpectedly, both of them are framed by their classmates and Yong-joo starts to get bullied by others. In order to protect him, Ki-woong stands up for him bravely challenging homophobic violence in boys schools and the conservatism of Korean society.
4. Hong Kong – Amphetamine (2010) – Byron Pang, Thomas Price
Directed by Scud, Amphetamine stars Hong Kong actor Byron Pang and Chinese-British artist Thomas Price. Both of their performances are outstanding and their nude scenes are hot and unforgettable. You definitely need to take advantage of this opportunity to enjoy the view! Amphetamine will also satisfy your curiosity: it is one of the few Asian films featuring many X-rated scenes. Amphetamine delivers a message that love can also be dangerous. You can be forced to quit drugs, but you cannot quit love.
5. India – Loev (2015)* – Dhruv Ganesh, Shiv Pandit
With a theater background, Dhruv Ganesh decided to make his screen debut. He has a chiseled face and a pair of charming eyes, and he is pretty popular among Indian gay men. Shiv Pandit is already a Bollywood star. His handsome and healthy image has helped him achieve success in his career. After watching this film, you will definitely have a crush on Indian boys.
LOEV tells the story of a Wall Street deal maker, Jai, who comes to Mumbai for a business meeting. He decides to use the weekend to enjoy his trip and goes on a hiking trip with a friend he meets online, Sahil. Jai is worried about his career, and Sahil is bothered by his sexuality. These two guys explore their real feelings hidden between the mountains.
6. Taiwan – Gf*Bf (2016)* – Chang Hsiao-chuan
Among the Taiwanese gay community, Chang Hsiao-chuan is one of the most popular superstars. Most gay men know his name and work. As a huge fan, it is our bounden duty to support him and support him to play in more gay films.
In Gf*Bf Chang Hsiao-chuan plays a difficult role: that of a gay man during the conservative days of Taiwan. He and his two best friends join the student movement and revolt against the system. Their relationships get more and more complicated when they hide their true feelings and betray each other. When they reunite several years later, will they have the courage to face the good and bad things they did in the past?
7. Thailand – Love Next Door (2013) – Angkul Jeennukul
Angkul Jeennukul has a sunny and healthy image. With his perfect smile and hunky body, Angkul will totally melt your heart. He works as a model and actor which has helped him gain many fans.
Want to see yummy Thai boys? Do not miss the love comedy Love Next Door. Angkul plays Kao, a gay man who runs a sex business in his apartment. Yet, he accidently falls in love with his neighbor Pete. Suddenly, he faces the dilemma of choosing between work and love. One small hint: this are some of the edgiest sex films in Thai cinema. Do not miss it!
If you want to learn more about Love Next Door you can also check our interview with the director (where he tells us the naughtiest secrets).
*Film only available in Taiwan.