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Wat is a famous celebrity who is dating a famous model named Ginney. Tet is a famous pilot who is in a relationship with a doctor named Kulanji. But one day, the body of Wat and Tet have switched. As Tet and Wat have totally different occupation, how will they handle the situation? Will Ginney and Kulanji notice the truth? (Source: Collin Hypercuz) Edit Translation

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  • magyar / magyar nyelv
  • Country: Thailand
  • Type: Drama
  • Episodes: 16
  • Aired: Jun 12, 2021 - Jul 18, 2021
  • Aired On: Friday, Saturday, Sunday
  • Original Network: Channel 3
  • Duration: 1 hr. 30 min.
  • Score: 7.9 (scored by 653 users)
  • Ranked: #2703
  • Popularity: #5323
  • Content Rating: 15+ - Teens 15 or older

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Completed
Brownie
16 people found this review helpful
Jul 18, 2021
16 of 16 episodes seen
Completed 0
Overall 9.5
Story 10
Acting/Cast 9.0
Music 9.0
Rewatch Value 9.0
I haven’t written a review in a couple of months so forgive me if it’s bad lol.

I don’t even know where to begin with this review but what a ride this has been…

Let’s start with the negatives first one of which was Kul…..It pains me to say this as I am a frequent visitor of Bua’s lakorns but this is honestly the first time I’ve ever been disappointed in one of her work. It’s not her fault at all but for someone whose supposedly a Main Character, she was given scenes like she was in a Supporting Role. She played her part perfectly fine but Kul was one of those “alright, let’s bring in the girlfriend for a few scenes here and there” characters which makes me sad because she’s a good actress and I feel the writers let her down.

I came for the Body Swap as well as Krating but to my dismay, I liked Namtarn and Alek scenes even more - partly due to the fact that Krating’s character post swap, Wat was somewhat of a trigger for me, one who gave me a bit of a headache at times but I was still able to enjoy his acting. There is an Attempted Assault which is supposedly “the norm” in lakorns but as I was aware of it due to the trailer, I was able to skip such scenes but unfortunately the people behind the scenes love this little thing called flashbacks so I was quite annoyed by this. Because of this, I am not accepting of Wat and Kul pairing but I do appreciate his Character Development and background.

Story had many twists and turns which I guessed some but not all.
Romance between Tet and Ginny were really nice and they provided some comedy which I really appreciated in between all the endless danger. I didn’t know until this lakorn that Alek and Namtarn were a pairing that I needed, they were such a pleasure to watch. I think they were possibly the most selfless characters I’ve ever watched in the 4 years I’ve been watching lakorns.

Acting all round was really good, I think it was a team effort and they worked really well together but Alek really impressed me. Some scenes were rather difficult to watch without crying which honestly doesn’t happen a lot when I watch Lakorns but this one just hit a sore spot for me. There are some inconsistencies and logical stuff like when Tet and Ginny claimed to have no more money but they were still able to drive their car everywhere lol, bad casting “high school” flashback of Tet’s parents etc. Probably best to just ignore stuff like that to get full enjoyment.

Music - whether dramatic or soft - were quite fitting. No romantic music during assaults like they usually do.

Overall, I truly enjoyed this lakorn. I can easily say it’s my second fave lakorn of 2021 which probably isn’t saying much cos this year has been really bad but you still get to see some really nice ones along the way. I would recommend this if you like Body Swap plots, lead’s who do whatever to help and protect each other, no damsels in distress.

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andriaa
8 people found this review helpful
Jul 22, 2021
16 of 16 episodes seen
Completed 0
Overall 9.5
Story 9.5
Acting/Cast 10
Music 9.0
Rewatch Value 9.0
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A soulful & powerful drama. Just beautiful.

Let's talk about the casts with their characters first.
- Namtarn successfully played Ginney, a compilation of annoying yet adorable character lol. Lazy, hotheaded, talkative, complains, loud, aggressive. But her sincerity & pure heart wins my heart. One of the most memorable moment is when she has another chance for job, & a huge one, & when Fiat tells her it'll be on the night of the blood moon, she's that excited! Excited to help Tet to switch back, instead of accepting the job!! This short scene is just WOW, shows us how selfless she is. Anyway, i won't forget her style of sleeping, eating, & going upstairs. It's faaaar away from being an elegant lady, but it's really Ginney's style! So natural, lol.
- Alek successfully played Wat & Tet. Seeing Alek as Wat is really disgusting, but when he becomes Tet, it's like the beast turns into a charming prince, a prince that lives a helly life. Yes, his frustrated expressions are just wow. I also like his way of crying. One of the best moment of him is when Ginney is at hospital after shot. How he's upset that much to Wat, and worried that much to the point he cried silently, his emotions stand out! Alek did an excellent job for this.
- Also great job for Krating. A handsome, charming, calm Tet turns into wild Wat, the only bastard among all. But.. Surprisingly there are some things i like about him. His way to confront K'Thanapob & Dr Sunai with harsh words (but right to the point) & gestures is so effective that it's able to 'wake them up' from their wrongdoings. Also his gradual changes to be a better guy. When he's growling, deep down inside he doesn't like something but he realizes he HAS TO DO that for the sake of others. Here he learns a lot about thinking of other people. Another thing, all this time Kul (who used to think him as Tet) take a really good care of him. And when Ginney's at hospital, he finally realizes about what Ginney & Tet do to each other. That's love. He learns about love and sincerity from Kul, Ginney, Tet.
- Bua is perfect to play Kul, a woman with strong will, principal, smart, calm. I agree that her way in rejecting Tet's proposal is too straightforward in front of many people, but i also agree with her saying 'love isn't enough'. Yes, in reality, to make a relationship lasts long, it doesn't need love alone, it also needs trust, commitment, communication, etc. I also love her way in treating Wat, firm, fierce in elegant way, lol. But this effectively makes Wat obey her in EVERYTHING.

Now let's talk about love stories among them, i like it all, except for Ginney-Wat of course, he's just ungrateful for everything she did. Seeing them is stressful, hopeless, like no bright future for them.
- Ginney-Tet. I already loved them since the beginning when Tet's still cold. It's just funny seeing her being aggressive towards him & he looks shocked, awkward. Also when she's lazy to do everything and he's strict to her to do everything instead, lol. The development of their feelings are that natural, flowy. The chemistry of them whether in lovey dovey scenes, funny, or bickering ones works very very well!!! I also love how they fulfill the needs of each other naturally. I'm melted watching the last eps when Tet smiles that brightly to Ginney. He's that happy with her. OMG, every scene of them gives me goosebumps. Hats off for Alek-Namtarn. Oh, also, my most fav kissing scene of them: when they're rehearsing the drama & when she gives cake to him. It's that emotional & deep.
- Tet-Kul. Although they're separated in the end, i love how they end it realistically. It's not simply bcoz of Ginney. But started from Ginney, Kul gradually rethinks about her relationship with Tet, rethinks about how other people see Tet-Kul as couple. Tet learns about it either. I also like how Wat sees Tet-Kul relationship, that they're too similar, so no one will give in.
- Kul-Wat. They started it bad, Wat has deceived Kul at first, but after some of agreement between them, Kul can see & feel that Wat can do certain things that Tet can't do: listen to her for everything, not to force her or manage her life. Combined with her knowing him living a pity past & seeing him gradually change to be better, Kul finally feels sure that Wat is the right one for him. She hasn't loved him deeply yet, but she's sure she will. From this, we can see that when she meets someone that's right for her, although just for months, although not deeply in love yet, she'll be ready to live the rest of her life with him.

Overall, love the whole storyline, great! The body swap doesn't stand alone, but it leads us to other conflicts: family, birth secret, love life, drugs, etc. Yet this body swap is also destined to solve all those problems. All are connected, well written.
Also love the ending. Some people might think it's a bit draggy. But i'm glad they make everyone comes to an understanding. Everything is clear between Ginney-Kul, Kul-Tet, Thanapob-Wat-Tet, Sunai-Wat-Tet, Thitiya-Sunai, Thitiya-Wat-Tet. It's a happy ending for everyone.
Thanks for the production team for making such great lakorn. The cast itself is already great! Plus they explore the emotion of every character, combined with good lighting, atmosphere, backsound, deep dialogues. They make emotional scenes more energetic, but in elegant way, not too much as i've seen in a melodrama.
About switching body back or not, it can be realistic for both decision. And i agree with their mom. Intendedly crashing towards each other doesn't guarantee they'll back to their bodies. It can lead them to death instead. Just accept the fate. However, i'm wondering if they switch back, curious to see Krating with Namtarn. But actually their chemistry is also good as Ginney&Wat when fighting each other, lol.
However there are some questions for me, but other reviews & comments have already told it. And i don't really mind.
Oh, special credit for the wedding video&photo. I didn't think they'd put it after the last scene. Seriously, it looks REAL, like seeing Alek-Namtarn & Krating-Bua's marriage. Watching them talking in that video is just like they're talking in real life.

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  • Drama: Khaen Rak Salap Chata
  • Country: Thailand
  • Episodes: 16
  • Aired: Jun 12, 2021 - Jul 18, 2021
  • Aired On: Friday, Saturday, Sunday
  • Original Network: Channel 3
  • Duration: 1 hr. 30 min.
  • Content Rating: 15+ - Teens 15 or older

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  • Score: 7.9 (scored by 653 users)
  • Ranked: #2703
  • Popularity: #5323
  • Watchers: 2,076

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