Mia Taeng

Mia Taeng (2011)

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Kongkai lives his life as a playboy, so his mother wants him to get married with a girl who can make him better. So, she forces him to marry with Arunprapai, a good girl she finds for him. Arunprapai accepts to marry with a guy who she doesn't love to avoid the rumor that she commits adultery with Phuchong, her ex-boyfriend who is going to have a baby with another girl by read moreaccident. However, Kongkai and Arunprapai's marriage life is not smooth because Kongkai also has girlfriend named Prungchat and she wants to get him back. (Credits to Wishboniko)

  • Native title:

    เมียแต่ง
  • Also Known as:

    Wedded Wife

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Similiar story with the fake marriage. The girl in this lakorn is exactly like Sattawat. While the guy is pretty much like Nuth, he's easily deceiving and has a lot of hatred toward the girl in the beginning. There's also a crazy ex-girlfriend like Som, just as crazy as Som. Overall if you like this series, you should also check out Mia Taeng. The lakorns are surprisingly similar and I love both.
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    Humbledaisy Feb 11, 2016

    I think I'm going to have to come back and write a review for this one - it's such a mix of terrible behaviors mixed with great characters. The plot - yeah, not so great - but Chompoo as the lead is a darling apple cheeked heroine. I totally believed all the guys fell for her!

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    Kikka Oct 16, 2015 - edited
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      KMR Oct 28, 2015 - edited
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      Kikka Oct 28, 2015

      Thank you for your comment, I learned something new.

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      venetia ponds Oct 15, 2016 - edited

      @KMR...Your comment was hilarious, but so true. Why watch a different culture if you want them to behave like your own culture

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    Almonda Sep 15, 2015
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    aaastrike Oct 17, 2014

    My conclusion after watching Mia Taeng and Khun Samee Kamolor Tee Rak (same lead couple):

    Mia Taeng: Perfect Wife
    Khun Samee Karmalor Tee Rak: Perfect Husband

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    Valier Oct 16, 2014

    The women in this lakorn have no dignity at all. The men treat them like a piece of sh* and they are the ones saying sorry. If you can push the feminist in you in a deep deep corner of your mind, you'll probably enjoy the lakorn.

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    abracadabra Jul 7, 2014 - edited

    Actually, when you get used to countless absurdity of this drama, you'll start to enjoy it... Must say, female characters are various and colourful - but men in this drama are complete idiots (except one sweet little boy in main household) with the male lead - a spoiled, chauvinist bellwether. The lead actresses were great - especially the second one, the "evil one" - her acting was beautiful, she was so convincing as a villain... In the end, her story touched me the most - she stole the end of drama for herself..

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    KMR Jul 5, 2014 - edited

    What I liked was the Nang'ek's strength, also I looooved the old maid and the lawyer...ah ah ah they were so funny! It's one of the few lakorns where the mother-in-law really loves her daughter-in-law, and you can see why 'cause she truly is amazing (smart, kind, loyal, beautiful and bla bla bla...lol)
    But I couldn't stand the pra'ek... now that husband was disgusting...I don't even have words, he's behavior was just nauseating. I don't like storylines with wishy washy pra'ek toying with two girls feelings, they always end up making a huge mess of everything ...and did the crazy ex go far!!! I don't know...I kept on feeling the lead girl deserved better than a weak crazy dumb cheating husband...well...if you don't mind this part, it's a very cute drama.
    Still...so sad that a good woman ends up with such a shitty hubby.

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      Frenchii Jul 9, 2015 - edited

      You put my thoughts into words thank you for that, cause if i started describing how to felt about the husband's behavior i would probably get in trouble on this site. If there was ever a male lead who needs to grovel on some hot coal and have salt thrown on the burn its him.

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      KMR Oct 28, 2015 - edited
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      Frenchii Oct 28, 2015

      Yep he is definitely NOT the prize in the relationship, he should be happy the wife has low standards.

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    elvi Jul 4, 2014 - edited

    I am going to give this a chance, those anyone know where I can find this show?

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      Valier Oct 13, 2014

      it's on youtube

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      elvi Nov 11, 2014

      Did it come with subtitles? I couldn't find it.

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      elvi Jan 13, 2015

      Thank you!

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    shimminna Jun 8, 2014

    love this lakorn a lot, Arunprapai is a really great ideal wife ever.

Details

  • Country:

    Thailand
  • Type:

    Drama
  • Episodes:

    14
  • Aired:

    Jul 18, 2011 to Aug 30, 2011
  • Aired On:

    Monday, Tuesday
  • Network:

    Channel 3
  • Duration:

    1 hr. 40 min.

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  • Score:

    7.2 (scored by 158 users)
  • Ranked:

    #10459
  • Popularity:

    #1819

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