Thai acting duo MILKLOVE feature in Thailand's impressive #InspireInclusion efforts

When celebrities harness their global platforms to champion women's rights, huge changes can happen. 

Around the world, influential people step up to support International Women's Day, and rallying their communities to engage in positive change for women.

In Thailand, acting and modelling duo MILKLOVE participated in the impressive IWD #InspireInclusion activity, and fans were in awe. 

The special event, organized by Mirror Thailand, saw a raft of many well-known women in attendance to address the significant audience of highly engaged fans and media. 

Supporting the focus to Inspire Inclusion

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Milk and Love took part in a live IWD #InspireInclusion event featuring a number of influential women.

Taking place in Bangkok's Central World Shopping Centre and hosted by Mirror Thailand, the event invited female guests from various fields to share their views and experiences regarding womens advancement.

Coming from various backgrounds, the guest speakers inspired attendees through four sessions focusing on Education Empowerment, Economic Empowerment, Health Empowerment, and Life Empowerment.

Enjoying successful acting careers

MILKLOVE is made up of 'Milk' Pansa Vosbein and 'Love' Pattranite Limpatiyakorn.

International Women's Day Inspire Inclusion

Milk is a model, actor, and sweet shop owner with a background in Business Administration and Marketing. In 2020, Milk debuted in the drama Love Stranger where she acted as the female lead named Panda Pimlaphat. 

Love studied cinema and digital media at university with a focus on acting and directing. Love began her career in the entertainment industry when she competed in GMMTV's reality contest Go On Girl Star Search: My First Date in 2018. Although Love didn't place first, she was signed as an artist under GMMTV where she was able to build her career, including launching cosmetics brand TWENTYWENDY. 

Milk and Love first worked together in the girls' love role in the GMMTV series Bad Bunny, where they played characters Ink and Pa. The series received acclaimed reviews and shot the actors into stardom, with the hashtag #InkPa trending on social media. Now, Milk and Love continue to take girls' love roles together in a number of series, including Vice Versa (2022), Magic of Zero (2022), and 23.5 (2024).



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