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Many flight attendants have beautiful and delicate faces, but who says flight attendants must have a standard or typical beauty? Handsome Thai flight attendant Bhoori Opor Tejavanija jumped away from the traditional impression and engaged in the aviation industry with a neutral style, which makes her popular in Thailand because of her handsome appearance.

Opor dreamt of being a pilot but accidentally became a flight attendant. Year’s ago, she accompanied her friends to adroA(zCJGu#WM6@aKLyrZaMXULjEddQ1i5ueQQcZR_sNEAAr8&n air-hostess audition TV show. She accidentally got into the top 15 and was given a job as a stewardess at Thai airline, Nok Air.

After graduating from Bangkok University, she continued to pursue self-education and DxSV8mCRsOqZPV%BhasLniYlbm81V%3Ce%CTgM-60_eYKqygQIgot into another top-ranking university, Chulalangkorn, to study Psychiatry. Opor can also speak English well, which is handy for her job as a flight attendant. 

Opor never liked to wear skirts or high heels or put on make-up. But, as the role of female flight attendant requires tvM*E3eQZMWBA+$ZGEYZ*9YK%lA@B^MY%BgRcz7qE2kNaZ+oZy0hese things, even though she is uncomfortable, she does her best. 

Opor recently gained her pilot’s licence and is longer restricted to the uncomfortable flight attendant dress. Unfortunately for those of you swooning over her, Handsome Opor already has a girlfriend. Jariya dsM9--fX1493yAN7Em6_X!SnReRe+jU#j3$=TOm%hZ%0kqx)wrRachomas is a well-known Thai internet beauty guru with pretty features and flawless skin. They perfectly complement one another to become one of Thailand’s most famous internet couples.

Handsome Stewardess, a romantic-comedy featuring a good-looking tomboy lesbian who starts a new life as a flight attendant, premiered in Taipei on Tuesday (15 October). 

The movie award-winning actresses Pejia Huang and #r^IABnmDn45gH+xy5MHhc9GEarTru()tM)g^I()(f=(0Uqeo=Xiao Man as a freshly-met Singapore-Taiwan couple.

Man’8tVNPvAC%xFln%!jjP4)Ne!ObMCi6MtiAoazXqx&bvGJV!wM3Rs character, a butch lesbian bartender in coastal Taiwan, Holly, unexpectedly falls for a petite but feisty Singaporean, Mong Lian, who is a national athlete in martial arts. 

Yi-min lives alone with her son, as her husband works away from home. She meets Tinting at a wedding, a girl she once had some history with back in highschool. Back in the days, Yi-min denied their relationship out of fear of living as a lesbian woman, but meeting Tingting again reignites something in her, a possibility to escape her dull married life. Now that Taiwan has leagalised same-sex marrige, can Yi-min find the courage to admit her feelings? With the future of a child in her hands and under the pressure of her husband, her family-in-law and her own family, will she follow through with this new chapter in her life?