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Yoon Phusanu Wongsavanischakorn: Bio, Profile, Education, Girlfriend & Family

Actor Phusanu Wongsasavanichakorn, also known as Yoon, is from Thailand. Yoon gained notoriety for his performance as the lead in the Line TV sitcom “YYY” (2020), costarring with Talay Sanguandikun (Lay). The full name, nickname, nationality, age, place of birth, height, weight, gender, occupation, agent, family, education, and relationship status of Phusanu Wongsavanischakorn are all included in this article.


Bio, and Education

On April 1, 1994, Yoon Phusanu Wongsasavanichakorn was born in Thailand. Although Yoon’s early life is unknown, he graduated from Rajamangala University of Technology in Thailand with a degree in business administration. He weighs about 69 kg and stands 185 cm tall. Even though Thai is his official and primary language, Yoon has a gifted personality and is multilingual. He is also fluent in speaking and understanding English, demonstrating his proficiency in the language. In addition to the two languages listed above, Yoon Phusanu Wongsavanischakorn has been observed speaking Hindi, Mandarin, Korean, Japanese, and Mandarin; however, he has never disclosed the total number of languages he is able to speak and comprehend.

Yoon Phusanu is a well-known influencer with a large following. His devoted admirers support him nonstop on all platforms, which would be fantastic for him, but you have to be happy if you’re a fan of his. Not just domestically, but also internationally, netizens find it appealing, particularly when Yoon Phusanu shares good photos that become viral. Some of his followers claim that they would rather preserve a tonne of his Instagram photos than have useless screenshots on their phone’s gallery. Yoon Phusanu’s ability to engage with his fans on various social media platforms is what makes him unique and contributes to the growing closeness that exists between idols and their fans.


Yoon Phusanu did not deny, as you may know, that he was seeing a female who was younger than him. He had previously declared that he would only date ladies in the celebrity community. After being connected to a top agency’s talent, he proposed marriage to his new partner and declared his desire to live with her. However, several online forums and local media outlets claim that Yoon Phusanu’s new girlfriend is someone he has known for a long time—since he was a student. It would be interesting to see if and when they both disclose their relationship. Some have even stated that he is committed and will marry his future spouse because they have already reached a pre-agreement.


The TV series “Sai Lub Jub Abb” gave Phusanu Wongsavanischakorn his first role as a supporting actor in 2017. He was cast as “Khatar” in this series. In the series, Patricia Good’s character Nangfah is all too familiar with being duped by gay men because she has been dating them since elementary school and has been duped in each one. The final straw was finding out that her ex-boyfriend was having an affair with her male boss at a homosexual bar; it was the straw that broke the camel’s back. Following the fight at the homosexual club, Nangfah is dismissed and placed on a blacklist at every advertising agency in the city. She calls on an advertisement on Pantip looking for a spy to find possible gay persons because she is desperate for work. Nangfah immediately starts her own business. She gets a lot of calls after being in business for a day, so she calls her two best pals for assistance. Finding out if a member of the boy band “Blue Prince” is gay is the first task. Nangfah doesn’t seem to care why the customer is asking for this information—she never asked for a reason—but she takes the job since it sounds like she wants to use it against Blue Prince. But she quickly learns that to find out who is gay, she needs to get close enough to these people. The producer, Patee (Boy Pakorn), who composes their songs, manages the boy band’s finances and makes all of the decisions, is her greatest challenge.

However, he gained popularity in 2020 when he co-starred with Lay Talay Sanguandikul in the TV series “YYY” sitcom, which aired on the Line TV original network. In the series, Porpla, the proprietor of the Yaoi fandom, has an all-boys flat where Nott, a dapper inventor, resides. One day, one of Nott’s inventions sets Porpla’s Yaoi CDs on fire with an electrical spark. She chooses to eject him when a new man, Pun, a famous advertisement, shows up looking for a place. Nott, who is aware of Porpla’s resemblance to Yaoi, asks Pun to pose as his boyfriend in order to let him remain in the flat. Pun agrees and assumes the role of Nott’s boyfriend. However, as time goes on, the two are unable to resist falling in love with one another.

“Love the Way U Lie” is a lifeless film that staggers through an awkward courtship between the grieving tech CEO of Xian Lim and the lovelorn fortune-teller of Alex Gonzaga, who is pulled together by the spirit of his deceased wife. The 1998 Filipino romance Honey, Nasa Langit Na Ba Ako? (also known as Honey, Am I in Heaven?) is mentioned by Reyes and screenwriter Danno Kristoper C. Mariquit. The movie was greatly influenced by the 1990 picture that starred Patrick Swayze and Demi Moore. However, it is little more than lip service from a project that is in dire need of approval. When Stacey (Gonzaga) hears Sara’s (Kylie Verzosa) voice in her ear, she realizes she can actually communicate with the dead. In an attempt to help her “boo-boo” move on, Sara recruits Stacey to act as a go-between and potential love interest for Nathan, who is still in sorrow even after her death has been a year ago. Although Stacey is glad to comply and is immediately taken aback by the attractive businessman, she begins to worry that Nathan is only using her as a means of getting back in touch with his former flame.

Phusanu Wongsavanischakorn began his professional acting career in the Thai TV entertainment industry in 2017. He completed several projects in a row, which helped him keep a healthy net worth and continue to develop it in the years to come. TikTok’s existence will increase the notoriety of influencers and artists. Furthermore, we are discussing the TikTok algorithm, which is user-friendly and enables videos to show up on anyone’s FYP (For You Page) even with arbitrary dancing motions. This is fantastic and makes me think of YouTube before 2016.


  1. About Galaxy
  2. Y Journey: Stay Like a Local (2023)
  3. Love the Way You Lie (2023)
  4. Finding the Rainbow (2022)
  5. Club Sapan Fine Season 2 (2022)
  6. Unforgotten Night (2022)
  7. My Ride (2022)
  8. Paint with Love (2021)
  9. Love in Twilight (2021)
  10. Reuan Rom Ngiw (2021)
  11. Close Friend (2021)
  12. Y-Destiny (2021)
  13. Fah Mee Ta 2021 (2021)
  14. Saneha Stories 3: Saneha Maya (2020)
  15. The Graduates (2020)
  16. YYY (2020)
  17. Sai Lub Jub Abb (2017)


  1. Bloody Buddy
  2. Check in Shock (2020)


  1. Unforgotten Night: Behind the Scenes (2022)
  2. Paint with Love: The Journey (2021)
  3. The Graduates Special EP (2020)
  4. YYY Special (2020)
  5. YYY Special: Episode 0 (2020)

TV Show

  1. Y Star Challenge (2023)
  2. Funday Season 8 (2023)
  3. Unforgotten Night Moments (2022)
  4. SosatSeoulsay (2020)
  5. Guess My Age (2019)
  6. Khun Phra Chuai (2004)



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