At an event for Men’s Health magazine, Noi Bussakorn told the funniest story to the press about her son Khun (Khunatum) on how he is very protective of his father Ken Theeradeth.
“He has seen some of his father’s work,” said Noi. “Like for example, when Ken played in “Wiwa Wa Woon (Chaotic Wedding)” with Chompoo Araya and the scene where Chompoo pushed his dad, he walked over to the TV screen and told her to back off (laughs). It was very funny. I just sat there and laughed.”
The kid is 2 years old, he doesn’t know any better.
Little Khunatum likes his infant brother Chun but doesn’t know how to interact with him according to his mother Noi.
“Nong Khun wants to play with his brother na and he does try to, but he doesn’t know how. Sometimes he plays rough by bouncing on his brother with his whole body (laughs). My reaction was ‘oy’ (laughs). My goodness! Play softy. He wants to play with his brother, he wants to give him kisses, and he feels a little sensitive because he is not getting enough attention. I’m always with Nong Chun. He would walk out and watch me and then leave to go play in another room. I have to be fair, once I’m done feeding Nong Chun, I would go to the other room and play with Nong Khun. He knows what is going on, but he wants me to be with him more so. He probably thinks since he got a brother why do I have to be with him constantly. He is a child so he doesn’t understand fully.”
Nong Khun with Noi a few months ago for Praew magazine.