Duenpattra's grandmother was said to have committed suicide by poisoning herself so Duenpattra came down to the south to live in her grandmother's house to help with the investigation. She met a police officer named Captain Marut who was investigating the case and started to have mutual feelings for him. But then she forgot about him once she saw a mysterious half naked man wearing just white pants in her grandmother's mirror. His name is Hem Hiran and he seemed to be living in a parallel universe from her, a universe called The Land of Good People, where everyone there strictly practiced the Five Moral Precepts. The people there are morally good and once they reach 1000 years their souls will ascend to heaven. Eventually, Hem will crossover to Duenpattra’s universe to help save her from being attacked by the people who murdered her grandmother. The two fell in love but how can they be together when they're from different universes?
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First, I loved the entire supernatural romance theme, that is exactly what pulled me into this drama.
Pros: I always love how the lyrics to the music matches the storyline in most lakorns and this soundtrack was beautiful. The romance and chemistry between the two leads were sizzling. Khun Hem has some mesmerizing come - hither eyes and I love how the actor portrayed his emotions at times without even saying a word.
Now I think, that is where my admiration for this drama ends, and it is time to get into what frustrated me so much while watching this wonderful falling Jenga tower of a show.
Cons: I'm not really one to complain about bad CGI, but the special effects reminded me somehow of an 80's video game. I almost laughed out loud on parts I knew were supposed to be serious. Khun Duen exacerbated me to no end. I loved how the writers made her out to be very headstrong, but that was a false picture. It seemed like they did not know whether they wanted her to be weak or strong, and then when you think she has gotten stronger, she goes and does something stupid again and then rely on Khun Hem to save her all the d*** time. She is so naive to the point of stupidity.
Okay, I know that my Cons rant might seem like I hated the show, but I didn't (I think it was those bedroom eyes of Khun Hem). The show was really good with all of its cheesy and damsel in distress moments. The show has a happy ending and I am quite satisfied with how they wrap everything up. It' s like they say come for the cheesy romance and stay for the man with the sexy eyes. The show gave me all the satisfaction I would get from watching a Jenga tower fall down as soon as someone removes a major piece. Consistency is what was removed from this show, but it was fun watching it all play out.