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A doctor from a noble family and a girl with an unrevealed past—will they ever fall in love amidst a fight against drug trafficking? Kind, generous and hardworking Kwanruetai is the daughter of M.L Maratee Dhevaprom, whose whole being is in earnest for her mother’s love and approval. She meets young military doctor—Major Dr. M.L Chatklao Juthathep, while on duty in the northern province of Thailand where they are caught in the throes of danger due to gangs and drug wars. Chatklao falls in love with Kwanruetai but she is conflicted given their families’ long-standing estrangement. Her mother is dead-set against Kwanruetai’s romance with Chatklao as his father M.R. Phutthiphat had humiliated her when he broke off their betrothal for another woman. Will Kwanruetai listen to her heart; or are the Juthatheps and Dhevaproms just not meant to be together? (Source: CH3+) ~~ Adapted from the novel "Khwanruethai" (ขวัญฤทัย) by Kao Taem (เก้าแต้ม). Edit Translation

  • English
  • magyar / magyar nyelv
  • עברית / עִבְרִית
  • dansk
  • Country: Thailand
  • Type: Drama
  • Episodes: 14
  • Aired: Apr 12, 2024 - May 11, 2024
  • Aired On: Friday, Saturday, Sunday
  • Original Network: Channel 3 Netflix
  • Duration: 1 hr. 10 min.
  • Score: 8.1 (scored by 79 users)
  • Ranked: #88142
  • Popularity: #11392
  • Content Rating: G - All Ages

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JulesL
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14 of 14 episodes seen
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Overall 8.5
Story 9.0
Acting/Cast 8.0
Music 7.5
Rewatch Value 10

A Total Green Flag Male Lead

Not having watched the other related lakorn series like the Suparburoot Juthathep ones or the first Devaphrom one, I decided to jump straight into this one, hoping that I would be able to make sense of the show without knowing the characters' backgrounds. Fortunately, it was easy to understand the connections and relationships based on the references dropped in the show.

Dhevaprom: Kwanruetai, the second part of the Devaphrom series, featured a young FL, Kwanruetai, who was plucky and street smart but sometimes quite rash. Kwan was also a natural beauty but was forced by her mother to hide all her loveliness under boyish clothes and caps. Her mother was the link to the Juthathep family, as she was M.L. Maratee Dhevaprom, the Nang'ek who was crazy about the ML's father and was totally in her own world, with her misconceptions about the Juthathep family betraying her, more specifically the ML's father jilting her.

Despite her rough and tough appearance, Kwanruetai managed to steal Khun Chat, our ML's heart. Khun Chat was an idealistic doctor known to his family as being disinterested in relationships and love. I enjoyed watching Khun Chat slowly fall for Kwanruetai's charms without her even trying. She was different from the other ladies that he had met, and one could tell that he was attracted to her after they butted heads a few times.

I like watching their relationship progress and Khun Chat was really such a green flag. He never wavered once he had his heart set on the FL and was determined to overcome all obstacles to be with her. His consistency and steadfast love for Kwanruetai from the start to the end showed his stability and commitment to her despite the trouble her mother gave him. Even though Kwanruetai wasn’t sure about her feelings at times and found it difficult to deal with the challenges, Khun Chat was still there for her.

It is also great that both leads were capable in their own ways. Despite his sweet baby face, the ML had a fine muscular physique and, being in the military, could fight. So can the FL, and she protected her loved ones quite well.

This lead couple was cute! Yada was cast well - she pulled off the tomboy tough act but is really quite lovely. Mikey is gorgeous and a good fit for Yada. There was chemistry between them, and they were adorable together. Being fairly new, both actors can certainly improve in their facial expressions, and sometimes, when Yada cried, I cringed. As for Mikey, he often had the same frozen look on his face, but when he smiled, he melted hearts, including mine. In general, both did a decent job and did not drag the drama down for me.

The second couple was sweet as well. Additionally, it was nice to see the strong family bonds among the Juthathep family, especially the siblings and their cousins. Many interesting characters showed up in the show, which piqued my interest. Now, I am intrigued by the stories of the older generation, so hopefully, I can find the shows from the 2013 series.

One drawback was that the villains felt one-dimensional. Of course, there was a female character who was always scantily clad and convinced that the ML was hers. Luckily, she did not appear in every episode, so she did not become too annoying. There was no second male lead; instead, there were heartwarming and supportive half-brothers.

What I disliked the most was how the FL always chose to give up everything and sacrifice her happiness for her mother, who clearly was mentally abusive towards her. I know in many Thai dramas, there is a strong emphasis on filial piety toward parents, but in this show, the mother was just too much. At first, I didn't even want to see her get any redemption. I only wanted the gratification of seeing her being punished for her ignorance and vileness.

However, the ending wrapped things up well and I don’t even mind the mother having found her way. There were even a 3rd, 4th, and 5th couple with their own sweet moments.

Overall, this was an enjoyable show, fun to watch, and worth the time. Now, I look forward to catching up with the first drama in the series and following the third one, which is airing right after. I would love to see Kwanruetai and Khun Chat again.

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Second Part is a Definite Watch

Watch it, you won't regret it, lol. That's my opening.

The first episode kept my attention the whole time and I know typically it's not wise to have your hopes up only after watching the first episode, but I'm glad I did cause it did live up to it. This is another version of Puttiphat in the sense that now it's their son who is the doctor and falls in love with a down-to-earth/hardworking girl.

I want to go over my few cons/nitpicks first cause the pros do outweigh it. I didn't like how much focus was put on the bad (or 'bad' since some weren't actual villains) guys especially towards the last couple of episodes. I personally didn't care much about some of their endings so, I tended to fast forward those scenes.

Or when the main couple having a sweet scene and it kept cutting back to someone else or their reaction like the waterfall kiss scene. This absolutely does not count with the scenes where Met is the third-wheel though - those scenes are golden, lol.

The other minor ones are I wish the beauty competition lasted a bit longer and just overall, I selfishly wanted more scenes with Chat and Tai, lol. Which leads to my pros.

Chat and Tai - these two had such great chemistry. They were cute, sweet and cheeky with each other. During emotional scenes, you could see how much they love/care for each other. They were definitely one of the main reasons why I kept tuning in.

Supporting characters - Met is my favorite, gonna say off the bat, lol. His humor especially when teasing anyone is the best. My other two favorites were Ket and Kong. Seriously, what amazing siblings and the support they gave to each of their brother and sister. Overall, I think the characters were great and fit into the world well.

Story - it was good. Was it predictable? Yes, especially if you have watched the original series. But it kept me engaged and entertained which I think is important. It was nice to see the Juthathep hate from some of the Dhevaproms finally wrapped up. And the romance storyline was great which again, is important to me since that is the main premise of this series.

Acting - I think the acting was done really well overall by the whole cast. This is Mikey's debut so, you can definitely tell that's the case, lol. But boy does he ooze charm. I am sure he has a great future in acting ahead of him. I think Yada did an amazing job - I have seen her in a couple of other shows and I'm glad to see a role of hers where she finally gets to have some fun and isn't always a tortured soul the whole time. Hope that continues for her as well, lol.

Overall, this was such a great show and definitely rewatchable. I actually did rewatch episodes in between waiting for the new ones, lol.

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  • Drama: Dhevaprom: Kwanruetai
  • Country: Thailand
  • Episodes: 14
  • Aired: Apr 12, 2024 - May 11, 2024
  • Aired On: Friday, Saturday, Sunday
  • Original Network: Channel 3, Netflix
  • Duration: 1 hr. 10 min.
  • Content Rating: G - All Ages

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  • Score: 8.1 (scored by 79 users)
  • Ranked: #88142
  • Popularity: #11392
  • Watchers: 549

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