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This lakorn is based on a novel by Kingchat. Suer and Mook had known each other since young age, they grew up together and had unsaid promise of undyingly loving each other but their separation was inevitable since Mook's father had to move abroad for his career. They eventually got together because Mook had to return to Thailand for a funeral, and it was then that they met after almost 10 years. Their happiness wasn't easily earned, there were many people wanting to take advantage of Suer's fortune, and had to get Mook out of the way. (Source: Viki) Edit Translation

  • English
  • magyar / magyar nyelv
  • dansk
  • Norsk
  • Country: Thailand
  • Type: Drama
  • Episodes: 12
  • Aired: Jul 25, 2010 - Aug 21, 2010
  • Aired On: Friday, Saturday, Sunday
  • Original Network: Channel 3
  • Score: 7.3 (scored by 90 users)
  • Ranked: #26223
  • Popularity: #17118
  • Content Rating: Not Yet Rated

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PlantBlossom
2 people found this review helpful
Dec 24, 2020
12 of 12 episodes seen
Completed 1
Overall 7.0
Story 8.0
Acting/Cast 8.0
Music 3.0
Rewatch Value 5.0

This is a decent drama, and I recommend it!

Story: I think the story is fine. I did have a hard time understanding it. I felt like when a new problem arises, it gets solved so fast that I never understood the problem in the first place. It sort of felt rushed to me, but was draggy at the same time. I really enjoyed the first few episodes of the drama, but after that, it started to get draggy and confusing. Overall, I really think the story is good. I like it!

Acting/Cast: I think everyone did an amazing job portraying their character. My favorite character was Rod-Thang. :)

Music: I didn’t pay attention to the music, so I don’t know.

Rewatch Value: If I would rewatch, I’d rewatch the first few episodes. I’d not watch the full drama again. I actually would, if the storyline was not that confusing. I understood nothing about the business, politics, and money issues. :(

Overall: Overall, this is a decent drama and I do recommend it. I watched this for Taew, and she was amazing (like always:))

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Dropped 7/12
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0 people found this review helpful
Aug 1, 2021
7 of 12 episodes seen
Dropped 0
Overall 4.5
Story 4.0
Acting/Cast 5.0
Music 5.0
Rewatch Value 2.0
Though I did find a number of his other lakorns bordering on/unwatchable, I can tolerate Atichart as a considerably handsome pra'ek IF he does shave his face and if he does not yell or get anyhow carried away in his role, for he cannot act.

In 'Bonded Hearts', they got him paired with Taew. Though he was not 30 yet, still obviously he was way older than her. They didn't look like they "grew up together" as written in the synopsis. I'm a sucker for romance, yet since their idyllic early stages, I wasn't buying the chemistry of this couple.

Atichart's character is shown to be "poor fish seller" at first, but then his foreigner father arrives and makes him open a 5 star hotel on a private beach (luckilly the "poor fish seller family" had 25 acres of land by the sea:) so he rises up (while Taew's character releases an album abroad). Atichart looks weird in the role as the father treats him as a way younger kid than he looks like. Also during his beginnings (he starts with opening a simple restaurant) he gets treated with scorn from "high society" people but Atichart's face in some moments has such a mean expression it's hard to imagine him as humble guy being bullied.

It continues with him this way further throughout. It's yet one more general problem of Atichart's pra'ek roles: many of his facial expression kinda make him LOOK like a bad guy, LOL. It of course connects to his level of acting skills, if even in a good-guy roles he's not able to avoid those. Just to mention.

As for the story: Despite all the people wishing otherwise, pra'ek & nang'ek marry in half the series. Considering they met again just briefly after long years separation, it seemed really fast. Yet it's done, and since then, basically the 2 main characters got already together, while we mostly watch the large variety of side-characters (every single ONE of them would be enough of an antagonist sufficient for ONE series), still plotting something. Which is not the kind of romance story I'd particularly enjoy...

This lakorn overflows with more than plentiful number of side-characters and large families on both sides of the couple who keep supplying endless string of troubles with their bussiness/politics. I was just truly bored with it, as I was honestly interested in none of them. Even the main couple didn't interest me enough because when I imagined something bad happening to them I didn't really care. So then I knew I can drop watching.

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Details

  • Drama: Pieng Jai Tee Pook Pun
  • Country: Thailand
  • Episodes: 12
  • Aired: Jul 25, 2010 - Aug 21, 2010
  • Aired On: Friday, Saturday, Sunday
  • Original Network: Channel 3
  • Content Rating: Not Yet Rated

Statistics

  • Score: 7.3 (scored by 90 users)
  • Ranked: #26223
  • Popularity: #17118
  • Watchers: 245

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