Push plays the same type of character. In both, he tries to trick the girl into falling for him, but he fell instead. When he hurt her in U Prince, he really felt the hurt too and tried to change. He really repented, genuinely. He was a better actor in U Prince. Also, in U Prince, he acknowledged tearfully that attempted rape is terrible and he is a horrible person for forcing her. We don't get that in Thai lakorns.
Highly Recommended Lakorn - Leh Ratree is much better than Roy Leh Sanae Rai. Dad sells daughter off to pay for debt. It does follow the typical innocent female lead genre but the female lead is not stupid and the main male lead is a jerk-like in the beginning for a actual purpose who turns out to be a understanding and kind man. The chemistry between the main leads is amazing and it has very well developed characters. You will certainly enjoy the bickering. :)