Hunsa is a clumsy girl. She never had a boyfriend but would always make up stories about having one to her coworkers. It's because of her clumsiness that she always end up quitting her jobs. Finally, she finds a job as a Public Relation of Cupid. She has a dream of finding her soulmate in Korea. Tornpitaya or Tim is a famous businessman. He ends up having a scandalous picture at Cupid Hut's party with Angie, who is a columnist. When it was revealed, it ruined his image. He accuses Cupid Hut. Hunsa's boss orders her to block Tim and so she does. Tim Tornpitaya is a strict and staid guy. He doesn't like Hunsa's clumsiness. Hunsa and Tim must live together on a yacht. Finally, Tim enchants Hunsa. After that, he pesters her all the time. Meanwhile, Tim is malicious by a close relative. It is company rules that a worker cannot love a customer and Tim is pestered by a girl named Cindy who is an editor of Pink Lady Magazine. (Source: sharerice.com) Edit Translation
- Bahasa Indonesia
Cast & Credits
*rolls up her sleeves*
Let's do this!
This is the first pars in the Cupid Series, all about 8 young women and the order they've all got from their boss: to get a boyfriend within a year! Turns out to be easier said then done. Each and every girl here has a reason why they are still single, and they will have to overcome those.
In case anyone's following the chronology, it's this:
Part 1 : Kammathep Hunsa
Part 2 : Kammathep Ork Suek
Part 3 : Kammathep Online
Part 4 : Loob Kom Kammathep
Part 5 : Sorn Ruk Kammathep
Part 6 : Kammathep Sorn Kol
Part 7 : Kammathep Jum Laeng
Part 8 : Kamathep Prab Marn
Part one follows the trials and tribulations of a woman that gets her words wrong, gives her men bad luck and messes up at lot. However, behind all that she's got good intentions, absolute forgiveness and huge & warm heart, warm enough to play a crucial part in becoming one man's conscience. And more than that.
WHY I LIKED IT?
The chemistry between our OTP can not be denied. There was no aggression (yelling and finger-pointing don't count as aggression, if you've seen more lakorn than this, you'll know). The skinship, the hugs, the awkward moments of bumping onto one another: all there, all nicely done. Some parts of the Show are specifically made to put you in a "fangirl" mode and to play the key role of Fan Service. It's fine, not all dramas have to so darn dramatic. S
The sounds! MY, my.. behind every good series are the sounds. I absolutely loved how the production team added the lion's roar behind those "I'd slap you on the face right now" looks. It also exaggerated the blinking, just at the right moment. Thumbs up for doing a great work. That's how you do comedy.
The idea of two halves of the heart striding to one another, and not being apart even when tossed into a trash can, it's a lovely thing to see. A tiny bit of magic, Cupid's way, I'd say. :)
Oh, one more thing: you will get a "say what?!" moment. Even if you had your doubts, the Show will manage to twist itself into a pretzel at the finale. Made sense, but I won't spoil it.
WHAT I DID NOT LIKE
Pardon me for NOT being a sucker when it comes for anyone pulling the Noble Idiocy act on the viewers! I have yet seen a situation where "silent retreat" from your soulmate with no real obstacle is good for any of you (any of us!). *slams hand on the table*
(it's about police, again; most of my complaints are about them, eh?) Dear police, if you're sitting on a stake-out and waiting a criminal to be caught red-handed; can you PLEASE try to jump in before there are three shots fired? all your suspects went in the same direction, mind following them?!
There's a main theme, but I didn't pay a lot of attention to it. I liked it (sorry, can't really remember the exact tune, so I'll just say it wasn't a problem).
There is a high possibility of forgetting this nice little Show. I'd say: YES, sure.
It's like a light breeze or a lemonade.. to sooth you and give you the mellow after-taste. A solid 8.00.
They were very cute together, and you can see how they both make each other aspire to be better human beings. Along with Tim's perfectionism and "I must be #1" attitude, once he's in love, he goes after Hunsa with a passion. It doesn't get overbearing at all, but shows his commitment to tell her that he's for real.
Side characters were entertaining and well put into the overall story. I liked Hunsa's friendship with the others, especially with Minnie. There is also a mystery to the drama, which led me to accuse many characters of being the perpetrator, but alas you never see it coming. Hunsa is a little annoying at times with her insecurities, but she turns around.
It's a cute light watch if you're not too busy or into anything with a dramatic story line.