Call me superficial and vain, I find myself looking forward to Ken Theeradeth and Anne Thongprasom’s upcoming lakorn “365 Wan Haeng Ruk (365 days of love)” because I love the outfits they are wearing. I love the clean, preppy look. And they match without being overly obnoxious, they wear colors that complement each other. It’s chic and modern. It’s NICE!
In this lakorn, Anne and Ken will be playing a married couple. According to the director Ampaiporn Jitmaingong, “365 Wan Haeng Ruk (365 days of love)” will be a drama about the struggles of a married couple than a romantic comedy. According to Ken at the Top awards, filming will start sometime in March. As mentioned in the youtube clip below, it might air when Noi (Ken’s wife) is about to give birth to their second child, 6 months from now. So the lakorn could air around July or August, late summer.
Mini summary: Ken is Tula, he is married to Lanaree (Anne). Tula is a man who is confident in love, as for Lanaree, not so much. Lanaree is described as boisterous, self-centered, kinda like Alin from “Soot Sanaeha (A recipe for love)”. One day, Lanaree had her fortune read by a roadside psychic. The psychic tells her that she and Tula will break up. She doesn’t believe the psychic, so the psychic gives her an old notebook and instructs her to put it under her pillow when she sleeps. When she wakes, she will find out if the prediction that her marriage will end in divorce is true. For several days, Lanaree is very stressed out by the psychic’s prediction and she doesn’t want to believe it and rationalized that the psychic is old and is probably mentally distorted. Nonetheless, she decides to do what the psychic instructed and place the notebook under her pillow before she went to bed. The next day, she wakes up to find herself not at her house with Tula but at her mother’s house. She checks the calender, it’s the correct month and day. But wait, it’s a year ahead. Eventually, Lanaree learns that a year ago, Tula and herself fought severely about something to the point where she packed up her stuff and she moved back in with her mother.
Some are describing this lakorn as an extension of “Soot Sanaeha (A recipe for love)”, Lanaree is very much like Alin and Tula’s mannerism is like Kru Cook (Din). This is “Soot Sanaeha (A recipe for love) 2″ with a fantasy twist.
I’m liking the story.
Clip of the fitting: