Thai Lakorn Recap: La Ruk Sut Kob Fah Episode 03: Competition

Well, this episode was simply AWESOME! The action scenes again, took my breath away! I also see why I and probably everyone else like Channel 7 dramas better. This is now my 3d one and I’m seeing why. What? A real kiss? YES!! Romantic as HELL! Again, a scene that took my breath away.

However, I now understand and sympathize with Mintra. Man, her mother abused her for everything that Mattana did! I felt sorry for watching those flashbacks; however, it has morphed her into a truly evil but smart woman. No one suspects. Very cunning. Very smart. Which is actually the type of female antagonist I like. I hate the screaming harpies!

Yes, I’m loving this drama. At this rate, I’ll be done with all 6 available episodes! WOW! I’m still impressed. Hope you don’t mind, I’m reblogging! I seem to be picking up a lot of Thai lakorn traffic! They must watch this drama and read your wonderful recaps! Thanks. Don’t be surprised if I comment for every episode XD!!

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03No matter how Mattana (Min Pechaya Wattanamontree) tells Kamin (Weir Sukollawat Kanarot) that she is not suitable to be the future Queen, Kamin refuses to listen, saying it is not his decision, but the King of Raya’s. Mattana tries to bribe him again, offering 500,000 baht, or even 1 million baht if she is freed from marriage. Kamin tells her that the people in Raya believe that they will find their soulmates during their lifetime, and when they marry, the groom gives the bride one of his earrings, symbolizing love forever. Mattana tells him that this only exists in fairytales and not the real world. Kamin explains that she is only scared of falling in love with the Prince right after she meets him. Mattana’s parents wonder what Kamin said to Mattana, making her so obedient in reading about Raya.

The unknown gunman at Mattana’s birthday party is being punished…

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Thai Lakorn Recap: La Ruk Sut Kob Fah Episode 02: Tricks

The Crown Prince (CP) is so immature! I understand him wanting to love who he wants but to put the people around him in danger, very immature. I haven’t warmed up to his character. But what is the Queen’s problem with Kamin? Is he really the bastard son of the previous King or something? What is the deal? Why all this animosity? Sadly, Hareutai is a sweetie with an evil General father. Much better episode! Poor Kamin!!

100% improvement from the last episode! A lot of action but also new questions that need to be answered in this pursuit to prevent the chosen future Queen from making her way to Raya. By her methods and probably those in descent in Raya. Great job and chemistry between Weir and Min! My first drama for both of them!

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02Picking off from the last episode, the man pulls out a gun and tries to shoot Mattana’s dad, Thammarath (Trin Settachok). Kamin (Weir Sukollawat Kanarot) pushes her dad away just in time. Kamin and Mattana (Min Pechaya Wattanamontree) chases after the man who just opened fire. Mattana chases at high speed with her car and Kamin with a motorcycle. Kamin throws a ninja star at the gunman, throwing him off his motorcycle. As Kamin and the gunman and his group member are fighting, Mattana arrives to the scene and uses a paintball gun and keeps aiming at Kamin, giving the perfect opportunity for the bad guys to make their escape. Haymon (Moo Poosana Buangam) and the police arrive to the scene and arrest Kamin.

At the police station, Kamin is unable to provide proof that he is a news reporter as he had claimed to be. Mattana keeps insisting he…

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Thai Lakorn Recap: La Ruk Sut Kob Fah Episode 01: Parallelism

At the end of the first ep, I wasn’t sure whether I was going to like this but it got better at the end and ep 2 is looking up!

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01A man with a gold mask appears in the open grass field. He is the first to snatch the red flag from all the other competitors. From what people think, he’s Prince Makey of Raya. But, actually he is Kamin (Weir Sukollawat Kanarot), the bodyguard of the prince. The second round of the competition is to fight another bodyguard: the first to point the sharp stick into the other’s heart wins. It is an exciting match. Everyone in the crowd wants to see who is capable of winning. At last, Kamin wins. He receives the golden swords for his victory from King Inthra (Toon Hiransap) and Queen Sawitri (Kaew Apiradee). Upon eye contact, King Inthra realizes this is not his son. General Witoon (Tapakorn Tisayanan) also realizes this is not the prince. Thinking he has completed this mission successfully for Prince Makey, Kamin goes to change, but is challenged by Suthep (Arucha…

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Joo Sang Wook in Talks for the Male Lead of New SBS Drama | Soompi

Joo Sang Wook in Talks for the Male Lead of New SBS Drama | Soompi.
My worse kind of premise for a drama! Somehow berating a woman for her looks and transforming her into a so-called beauty who looks like she missed too many meals? Oh man, Sang Wook! I barely made it through Cunning Single Lady!

Thai Lakorn Drama Review: 4 Hua Jai Haeng Khun Khao Series (2010)

English Title 4 Hearts of the Mountains consisting of :
Thara Himalai
Duang Jai Akkanee
Wayupak Montra
Pathapee Leh Ruk

This drama series was about a set of Adisuanrangsan Farm quadruplets, 3 boys and one girl: Din, Nam, Fai, and Lom. Originally based on a book series, the drama series totaled 31 episodes. Like most series, you got to see the other actors briefly as part of each drama. I find I love these series the most. This was my first series to complete and contains one of my favorite Thai lakorn dramas to date.
MDL Rating refers to MyDramaList website
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Thai Lakorn Series Review – The Gentlemen of Jutathep (2013)

Six plus weeks later, I can report that I didn’t waste my time watching what turned out to be a great series! Sure, it is questionable whether I liked every single one of the stories, but where one may have failed, the other one made up for it in spades!

Follow me as I talk about each drama; its strengths and its weaknesses.

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