Bie's character is a well know, successful young businessman. Mew's character is a student studying to be a nurse. She has a starstruck crush on Bie. Bie is engaged to his girlfriend, and after a night of drinking and partying, he and his girlfriend almost hit Mew as she is crossing the street. As both get out of car to yell at her, the girlfriend unknowingly steps further into the street and into the path of an oncoming car. She gets hit and dies instantly. In his semi-drunken, and outraged stupor, Bie blames Mew. Although she tries to apologize, Bie condemns her. Hurt, Mew leaves the city and returns home to live with her parents. Their paths cross once again, as Bie is overseeing a magazine shoot in the seaside city where Mew lives. As with all lakorns, Mew somehow ends up in the shoot and through that interaction gets hired as a nurse to take care of Bie's grandmother, as suggested by Bie's doctor friend. As the two live together, Bie starts to fall for her, but his gulit complex over his deceased girlfriend holds him back. Meanwhile, Bie's secretary Pei is stealing from his company and looking for an scapegoat. She convinces Bie to hire Mew as her assistant. Trusting that Pei has good intentions, Mew does whatever Pei tells her to. Pei's plan pans out and Mew is blamed for the financial losses. Though his grandmother refuses to believe it, Bie, feeling even more betrayed, fires Mew from both her jobs. As Mew and her friends protest her innocence and search for evidence, Bie starts getting suspicious of Pei. Will our p'ek figure out everything, learn to forgive, and be forgiven from Mew all in 31 episodes? Tune in. Edit Translation
Cast & Credits
* Our hero, Tonnarm - crazy pants though he may be - is played by the pillowy lipped Wisetkaew Sukrit, aka, Bie. It may just be the writing that gave Tonnarm such an angry expression throughout the show but personally, I wanted to see him move from simmer to boil. Kind to his family but cold to our heroine.
* The plucky heroine, Peerot Yaapin Mueangngaam (Mew) as Mean, is cute in a very natural way and is able to tease the unusually-angry-eyed Tonnarm. Unfortunately for her, he responds with more arm grabs than a Korean drama. Mean looks - tolerant.
* Side characters include Tonnarn’s forgiving grandma - played by a Thai actress who usually plays very strict and intolerant characters. She did a lovely job here - but it was a bit disconcerting after see her play “mean” for so long. Family and friends are also very naturalistic - kind friends, foolish servants, screechy greedy evil leads, hardworking parents- the director used all the character tropes in the book. It did feel a bit like a mixed bag but it worked! One nice plot point were the medical situations. I like a show where doctors/nurses/hospitals appear professional. All together, my acting rating was a 6.5.
* Plot - ah, plot. Revenge for an idiotic reason. It was so thin that I can’t believe it made it for 31 episodes. Basically, Tonnarm is the most unlucky hero as he has not one but two fiancees who get hit by cars. I’ll let you guess just how that happens and the results. And on his birthday, too! My rating - 4.
* The music was a pleasant background to the acting. Sometimes bad music can take center stage in a drama - either poorly fitted to the action or an obvious rip-off of another show - but this show's music was not distracting in any way. I’d say that made it a - 6.
* Rewatch value is practically nill. Actor Bie was lovely to watch but most of the time, our heroine, Mean, looked scared of him. Not interested, not intrigued, not tempted - just scared.