At the end, he holds her down on the bed and they go and forth. ‘I hate you. No, you love me.’ She still repeats that she hates him and he goes in for the kiss. And you’re like what the hey, so this lakorn is gonna be intense.
Pra’ek is described as a pitiful man from a broken home. His mother left his father when he was 5 years old and his father passed away of a heartache 2 years later. He doesn’t believe in love because of what his mother did to his father, he only sees women as a plaything. Not until he mets Rasaa our nang’ek does he discover true love.
The theme of this lakorn is ‘the power of love is great that it can open a heart filled with hatred to see the light.’ Ah–wisdom.
Piggy-back ride on the beach!
Cry, Cry, he got my girl.
Hey mister, don’t listen to another person’s phone call.