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Tiwa is the heir of a wealthy family, but was lost at sea as a child, growing up on an isolated island. Chomdao is a pretty, clever girl who works for a wealthy family, and longs to start a business in South Korea. While running away from a man obsessed with her, she falls off a cliff and into the ocean. Upon awakening, she finds herself on Tiwa's island. Edit Translation

  • English
  • magyar / magyar nyelv
  • dansk
  • Norsk
  • Country: Thailand
  • Type: Drama
  • Episodes: 16
  • Aired: Sep 29, 2019 - Nov 3, 2019
  • Aired On: Friday, Saturday, Sunday
  • Original Network: Channel 3
  • Duration: 1 hr. 50 min.
  • Score: 7.2 (scored by 140 users)
  • Ranked: #58547
  • Popularity: #10609
  • Content Rating: Not Yet Rated

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7 of 16 episodes seen
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Overall 3.0
Story 1.0
Acting/Cast 5.0
Music 5.0
Rewatch Value 1.0
There's title song sounding like an 80's hit, LOL.

I already watched Chippy Sirin (not the best looker, but there should also be Mona Amolrada in this) in one previous lakorn. The lakorn was so bad that I dropped it (I described my reasons in my review, it sounds unbelievable but it's true, I swear:) The girl seems cursed as I am dropping even the 2nd work I watched her in. But this is really a WEIRD piece of a lakorn, and I dare say only watchable for a few.

First epi is boring till Mac Wiranakarn shows up. His face looks better (finally he shaved) than in 'Chaobao Klua Fon' but what's with the hair? They forgot to cut it? There's always something. Also... he is some kind of psycho rapist? Now I understand the psycho hairstyle. It kinda is a waste to put this handsome guy in such role but then this nang'ek really has no other option than Puen Khanin. His character is kind, but has been "raised by the wolwes", LOL.

Second epi Puen Khanin begins to interact with the nang'ek. It's way different kind of fun than with the psycho Mac:) Obviously, first the nang'ek believes he's a psycho too, but she's to discover he's been living like a jungle kid. I still don't know where Mona Amolrada is. Mac Wiranakarn's character stays on, without being put into mental asylum, due some stupid plot.

Puen Khanin keeps shining on. He didn't dissappoint as the main cast (so far I've only seen him in one previous lakorn with Margie Rasri, where he was sharing the spotlight with Grate Warintorn). He's very likeable and cute. I wondered whether he wore a wig or actually grew long hair for this role:) His character is downright nice, he doesn't have a dark side. Even the main girl, who got treated by her family as a servant (typical cinderella) is meaner than him. If I met someone so downright innocent, I wouldn't be able to treat him like she did at times.

I wondered why isn't she more protective of him, as one could suspect he'll probably never be so happy again out there in real world like he was on his little island. Sadly, his 'Princess' (as he devotedly calls her) starts being manipulative towards him the second she finds out he's actually a lost rich heir. Never once she stops to think whether the "uncle" that raised him might be right about him being more safe there, at his island hideout.

Episode 4, there's finally Mona Amolrada. She is another girl who meets Puen Khanin's character. Will she treat him better? Apparently yes, as she ends up being called 'Angel' by him. But 'Princess' is quickly there to claim him back (she even lies that she is his wife) and collects him at the nearest police station where he ends up due "eccentric behavior".

Then they arrive in capital city. Sadly everyone treats Tiwa as a "retard" in there, as he behaves like a kid. On the island, he knew about many things. Except a few weird traits caused by fairy-tales told him by his "uncle", it was clear he had intelligence. He made quick independent decisions too, when strange people came on the island. In the city, he knows about nothing. At first it is funny. But... he does what ANYONE tells him to. Actually his only stopping mechanism seems to be when he remembers his 'Princess' instructions. 'Angel' then brings him to a doctor who's supposed to assess his intelligence. Then 'Angel' tries to help him her way, but 'Princess' interferes, and... acts like a crook, actually. Perhaps the scriptwriter really did not intend her a good character? But aren't the two supposed to be nang'ek & pra'ek?

After episode 5, it all starts to drag. It starts getting weird when 'Princess' brings Tiwa to the house to live with her friend (some annoying guy with low acting skills called Ou Smithi). The psycho rapist appears there, too. I still cannot accept him as regular character, let alone the "love rival", as he clearly belongs to a loony bin (I understand they didn't want to just cast Mac Wiranakarn aside, but then they should not have cast him in such role) and he nearly killed nang'ek. She's trying to use him somehow for her half-cooked greedy plans and he's trying not to rape/kill her. I felt bad for Tiwa yet again, when she treated the psycho better than him (she like, FORGOT what he did to her, or what?). The story got really all stupid and strange. There doesn't seem to be a single person without a mental problem or insane agenda... And that's tiring.

Episode 7, a random side-character decides to cut Tiwa's long hair. He actually looked cute with it, but I suppose the haircut made him look more civilized. It was so cute how he tried to impress his nang'ek:)) But it was probably done too soon: he still hasn't updated his behavior. Nevertheless, Tiwa's receiving "love advice" felt really weird. It was no longer clear whether he had "child mentality" or what mentality... What can be understood from the opening/closing credits collage, is that it shall all continue with both the guys (Mac Wiranakarn's and Puen Khanin's characters) aka "psycho & psycho" duo competing for the cynical nang'ek all the way (there are some shots of her in wedding dress). I like, REALLY don't wish to watch that. If you find all the lakorns the same and wish to watch something "different", then this is for you. But a bit TOO different for me, maybe?

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Details

  • Drama: Tiwa Sorn Dao
  • Country: Thailand
  • Episodes: 16
  • Aired: Sep 29, 2019 - Nov 3, 2019
  • Aired On: Friday, Saturday, Sunday
  • Original Network: Channel 3
  • Duration: 1 hr. 50 min.
  • Content Rating: Not Yet Rated

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  • Score: 7.2 (scored by 140 users)
  • Ranked: #58547
  • Popularity: #10609
  • Watchers: 622

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