The n’ek (Mee) has a pretty messed up past, she was raised by her aunt (her father wouldn’t take responsibility over her mother when she was preggers at 15, yes 15! So his sister took n’ek in, then her mom got married off (by her grandma) to a messed up man.) But her aunt is pretty strict so one day she ran off to find her mother in Northern Thailand. However, she encounters an abusive stepdad who is involved with human trafficking. Her mom is helpless within his evil wrath and so Mee went back to find her aunt whom became less strict and nicer to her. Some time later Mee caught wind that her grandma passed away, and that her two younger sisters (from her step dad and mom) were sold to prostitution.
From then on, Mee is determined to be a news reporter so she could reveal the monstrosities of the crimes against humans. After graduation, she went to work for a newspaper firm called Siam Sarn, heading up their crime division. She meets with Waree and then Mattana, who made up the rest of the three Musketeers group. Mee is the mother hen and takes care of her own- as far as her character, she is quiet and well mannered, but while at work, she’s brave, fierce and ready. She has guts to report on these types of news because of the old wound that came from her family.
During the time that the three girls separate to fulfill their own news, Mee has to take on a fashion show column in place of Mattana (who has to investigate a celebrity news out of town)- Mee despises writing about fluff – but eventually succumbs because it turns out it is within the scope of her crime sphere- the committee who is running the show actually has to do with anti-drugs. (source: viki)