Chanika returns home from abroad because her father is in the hospital. Upon returning home, she learns that her father is in huge debt and they need money to cover the medical expenses. Her college roommate introduces her to a high paying job out in the suburbs. Chinapat is the owner a rubber tree plantation and hires Chanika as a favor to his cousin. They don't get along because Chinapat has anger management issues and there are rumors about him. In order to avoid being engaged to his mom's friend's daughter, Chinapat asks Chinika to marry him for a large sum of money. Will they ever learn to get along?
Cast & Credits
When it came to the cast we have an ill-tempered prang'ek. I liked how he doesn't get easily persuaded by the niang'rak (the evil girl,etc) but i felt that his trait of being ill-tempered got pushed too far during the last few episodes of the lakorn, BUT I'm sure the writers had their reason to give him this trait because fits into a plot line ("to have a flaw but be able to push pass it etc.")
The niang'ek was unlike-able in the beginning of the lakorn but i feel that you may grow to like her because she doesn't cower to the niang'rak. It's one of those storyline with a rich girl turn poor who now has to work, but her attitude wasn't as bad compare to other lakorns with similar plot lines.
I'm trying to be very broad about the lakorn, so overall just an overview, watch the lakorn if you'll like. It's not the best nor was it the worse. They did some justice to each characters and you'll be faced with scenarios that are commonly seen but you'll come to enjoy the lakorn because the niang'ek isn't weak, the 2nd male lead just makes you feel bad for him yet love him at the same time, the prang'ek's character could be worked on but eh you'll get over it. Compare to other lakorn this one was on the better side. (except the ending lol I wasn't that in love with the last few episodes but it's your own call lol :))
Grate is such an eye candy that I can't resist watching his lakorns :))) fangirling :D Yes the main lady is a bit annoying but Ameena was much more annoying. I don't like slug type of ladies and she's a slug here, like a flea.. I loved how realistic this lakorn is, Chin has got behaviour / anger problems, he also had drinking problems but after he made an accident that left his mother's neck injured he stops drinking, his mother is giving him advice to use his brain to solve problems don't look for alcohol to solve problems, we learn a lot about rubber plantation, we see that Chin goes to group therapy to solve his anger management, it can be considered as AA for anger management. Main girl changes from spoiled brat to an understanding not giving, thoughtful woman, 2nd lead San who stole Chanika's bf with lying to both sides, goes into depression and kills herself, the problem is Mint always plays the evil lady I think except one with Mark Prin, it's going to be hard to accept her as a good main lady if she ever plays the good character.. I also loved how Chanika fall in love with Chin. It didn't happen in one night, but at the end she fell in love with her husband and learned to trust her husband. And for a change a man who's willing to change for the woman he loves, not expecting her to change for him, in a way she has changed she's not the girl she was when she started to work for her husband, so unknowingly she has changed, he changed her in a good way, now he's ready to change for the woman he loves. Grate has a lovely smile whoever is the script write must know his gorgeous smile, they're using Chanika to tell in this lakorn how good his smile is and how he rarely uses it :D. Chin is also a man with a good heart, he changed his father in law's urine bag, tbh I don't I'd have done it, changing someone's urine bag, that's not blood related. But he has anger issues, he's like a walking bomb ready to explode any time. A moral message here, it's been given over San, if you take something - someone doesn't belong to you someone will come and take it from you. If you break a family - relationship you'll never have your own.. I'm giving the most evil lady award to Ameena, she's jumping to one man to another another man.. Proper gold digger.. She tried every single man to see who she can get.. At least Chin was not a type of a guy who'd fall into Ameena's traps. He was strong on that side. Well both husband and wife is temperamental, I admit Chin is worse but Chanika is also temperamental, I guess this temperamental & jealousy thing runs in the family, as San is also an extreme side, I don't really blame San, as there is Sin who's trying to get her bf, she took her best friend's bf so she sort of knows how your loved one can slip off from your hands on the hands of another woman. Chin's mom given him the biggest punishment by telling him that his wife had a miscarriage, while she didn't had one, it was for him to change his behaviours, not to be this temperamental. I love the mothers in this lakorn, Chin's mother was so against Chanika but when she realised that she's not a bad woman, she accepted her, and she supported her daughter in law, Ameena admitted to her mother that she's not pregnant with Pat, she doesn't know who the father of her baby. ( umm it's not my business but you're a grown up lady why didn't you use protection, perils of unprotected sex lol) when San killed herself she was pregnant with Pan.Chin is upset by his behaviours he still thinks he is responsible from the death of his unborn baby. His mother is also no longer soft and forgiving towards him. We can't really call this a slap kiss drama, as our lady never resists to his kisses , he was on her lips whenever he finds a chance, for him he's doing it to punish her lol :D ahahh yes yes dear you do it to punish her. Tong was sharp he understood that Chanika didn't have a miscarriage
At least on the funeral she admitted in front of everyone that She's not pregnant with Pan, she only used his name to find a father to the baby in her stomach, she and her mother been asked to leave and never come back.
I love how they use Karma in Thai lakorns, I believe in Karma..
We also had a chance to learn that Chin didn’t rape Siri, she had leukaemia, and she was in love with him, when he didn’t respond to her love she blamed Chin and killed herself.
I can't say I liked the OST, it was not as great as on the other lakorns, I was expecting a better one but it was not interesting.