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Kleun Cheewit
2 people found this review helpful
Aug 12, 2017
Overall 10.0
Story 10.0
Acting/Cast 10.0
Music 10.0
Rewatch Value 10.0
As usual, Yaya & Mark did a great job! Been a fan with these two together with their other love teams but never have I thought that they will also have a great chemistry!! Watching their scenes together made me smile and say "The one you hate is the one you really love." :) Hope they will have another lakorn together in the future. The story for me was kinda new, with twists that leaves you surprised and excited for the next scenes to follow. It's not the usual Thai drama story and I really like it. Yaya's acting was superb! Even when she was still starting out, she could already act but in here her acting skills not only improved as well as the way she handled herself that made her stand out in this lakorn. Yayas' acting during emotional scenes was very natural. Crying for her in front of a camera feels like so easy. For Mark, I was quite impressed. His acting has also improved. Back then, he had a hard time crying in emotional scenes but here he did it so well and to think he had to do it for lots of times in this lakorn. For the supporting casts, I couldn't asked for someone better to portray their roles especially Joonkiat Jarinporn as Piak! She's so good in her role that you will surely hate her!!! I think Chaiyan's too good for her! This is a must watch Thai drama! You should really watch this now :) P.S. Who else skips Piak's tantrum scenes?? :D
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