Hi @xdanavelvetx did you sent something to FB? If yes, I replied with this :I will send you the link by dm. But that I know that she will take her time to sub this.
Thanks so much hun .Hi MK! I watched it here = it's 15 episodes, all subbed.
Must be a beautiful summer's day for you in Canada, MK, lazing back & watching this story. May I ask which city you're from?Thanks so much hun .
It was hot, 27C. I am from A City in Ontario . Yea Vancouver looks so pretty .Must be a beautiful summer's day for you in Canada, MK, lazing back & watching this story. May I ask which city you're from?
When I was visiting friends in Vancouver I loved looking at the mountains at night; Whistler being high & all the way up when it's all lighted up in the snowfall its beauty is indescribable
Whoaaaa lucky you!!!! Hope you do get to see him! Don't forget to go into their 7-Elevens and check the tasty take-aways inspired by Pope & Bella & BPS!
@CPY and everyone, I'm watching this story over at Bitter Sweet Kisses upto episode 12 with subs and continued on youtube. For those like you @CPY & @phatman @Rachfull @Amata and the rest who understands Thai will be the lucky ones though it's more a family story, not the romantic one. But in that vein it's quite good, all the same, romance and family. It's called sai ruk sai sawat.
The story spans generations & even within the next generation its characters are people who fell in love with someone who doesn't love them. Not in a vicious, selfish way but the fact that the "I can't make you love me if you don't" theme is woven into their lives - you can't hate the characters for not loving, you pity them for not getting the ones they pine for.
The lone figure from the start of the story is Chao. He's rich & a nobleman & engaged to be married to Yok. Yok loves him deeply despite them being matched by the elders. But while away Chao fell in love with Fongkae, but gave her away when he realised that she's in love with someone else. He gave her a special hair pin, saying that's now his wedding gift to her & made the guy Khun Chai promise to always keep her happy; if he doesn't Chao will come get her. Meanwhile he returned & was honest with Yok, that he can't marry her now that his heart belongs to someone else. He asked her to keep her engagement ring as token that they will be lifelong friends. She didn't blame him because from start theirs wasn't a love match, they're from noble families & have to marry within their class. Yok married married a titled lord who too fell in love with her at first sight, but over the years her heart still loves her ex-fiancee. She wears his ring on her right hand, and that's one of the things Chao noticed when he saw her years later. Both Yok and Fongkae are very fine, kind and gentle women, and though Yok hurts she never thought ill of the other one - whereas Fongkae didn't know the other existed.
If you have time you should try watching this story, it's good.
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This the youtube link, episode 16. But you can watch from Episode 1. The song is sad & it's about that someone not knowing that you love them :
I knew it! I knew this would be something you'll want to follow! And you did! Only you're months ahead of me already! She did do the song, that's why it's so sad everytime it comes on. It's kind of her to do the subbing, giving us a headstart to appreciate this story, it won't hurt to wait.LOL I marathoned it several times last year and it is the best family lakorn of 2018. The younger generation like Plaew and YingYor are really good. I think Bitter Kisses translated the song as well. So she will take time for this project because she want to carefully sub this as this is at her top list.
I just got the news that Pope will attend the event on November 3rd. It's a charity event, he donated drawings for refugees shelter. Got will be there too. It would be great if you can arrange
LOL she got too much on her plates. So I'll just watch this and it's a beautiful story. I can say the screen time for all are equal.I knew it! I knew this would be something you'll want to follow! And you did! Only you're months ahead of me already! She did do the song, that's why it's so sad everytime it comes on. It's kind of her to do the subbing, giving us a headstart to appreciate this story, it won't hurt to wait.
Plaew and Ying Yor are wonderful to watch, especially Plaew. The characters of Yok, Chao & Fongkae makes you bleed, grips you. But Khun Chai's grief gets you to realise he's a good actor too. Although the only happy couple and funny too is Pu and Pah's parents, their joy weaves with the others' sadness in a lifting way. This is such a lovely movie.