I agree and disagree with what you said, I made these (almost all) arguments with myself. Lol! The conundrum of it all.Hello everyswans!!! Been missing this thread so much. We have tomorrow's left to wait to see our favourite Swan. I just can't wait!
I think I am the only one that has forgiven Ramet. Hah! Thanks to the subbing team and after countless time of rewatching episodes 7-9. Try to watch from episode 1 again guys and you'll be a bit understanding of Ramet's actions.
Pim has slowly change her attitude and it's all thanks to many people around her who has patiently guide and stand her. Unlike others, Ramet seems to be "harsher" and more strict in actions and words. But we know he meant well. Nong, Noona and Singh understood his intentions but may disagree with his methods (like some of us and me). But we need to remember, Pim did has an attempt to steal, cheat, lie and disobey him. So, it is only natural that one should be extra careful when he had such experience with Pim. He acknowledges Pim's changes, but he doesn't show much appreciation directly to Pim for he doesn't want her to be too confident (coz she might change back to her old self, or he wants her to keep improving and not be too satisfied with just being good) and comfortable. To be honest, I was darn annoyed with him being too professional with Pim. But now, if we think like him, professionalism IS important for Pim. For when she goes out later, it is that professionalism (being patient and not too emotional) that will help her get job and people will want to hire her for a long run (remember Gina who has had enough of Pim's antics?). We can see Ramet is also battling against his own heart whenever Pim spoke about her frustration and want to leave and stay away from him, but he stays steadfast and believes that whatever that he is doing, he is doing it for Pim's sake and IT IS the only thing that could change and help Pim in life.
Some here ask "is Ramet her father to teach her?". Pim has no father nor any family members to help her or even teach her. Ramet (if you can recall, has the intention to take Pim to see his mom. Which could lead us to think he wants her to be his wife!) is taking that responsibility to help straighten our lonely Swan. He could just let her do crappy job and not bother, but he still bother and care and we know what that means, he meant good and he loves her. So dearly. I need to remind you again, he still care albeit Pim conniving him earlier. I need to also remind you again, Pim was such a spoil brat with no good friends around her, but thanks to Ramet, she has earned lots of moral values from daily activities and has THREE GOOD FRIENDS now and has become much MUCH softer and understanding.
Regarding him not doing anything for Pim during the kneeling scene, that is probably just one of the misses that he did and he regretted it. (Pim has her own misses too) Plus in his defense, Vi has cleaner record in his eyes than Pim. (Mind you, though he is annoyed with Vi but he doesn't know that Vi is evil and is the rotten root to the whole misunderstandings.) If I were in his shoes, as hard as it is, I would also side Vi. But he should have better judgement than looking at a person's past. But like I said, it's a miss and he regretted it.
I think the CCTV might not help as well, coz it will look like Vi is receiving the bowl and Pim might have a slight push. A really REALLY superb judge will also have problem solving this case.
The childish jealous Ramet is an example of Ramet crashing and following his burning desire to have Pim. It is the moment when his heart couldn't bare to see Pim with someone else doing things that she was supposed to do with him. (Ramet feels that the Pim-helping-Chart-wearing-jacket scene is not suppose to happen at all for that actions is suppose to be uniquely between them and between them only!) He lost his "coolness" and just gave in to his emotions but, he quickly regain it back. We see this as ego. But it is actually him not wanting Pim to see that he is weak in dealing with his feelings to her.
Many said that Ramet should stop threatening Pim with jail and police. But those are the words that can silent her and make her obey him. It scares Pim, but he has to do it. Otherwise Pim will not take his words seriously. Plus,attempt to steal is a crime worthy of being jailed, intentionally or unintentionally cause we have choices.
Ramet falls for Pim from the very first sight. Like the OST, it's his own decision to fall for her, knowing that Pim has one hell crappy attitude. But he believes that Pim is more than meets the eyes. Look at Pim now? She is sweeter... (well maybe not to Ramet, yet! But to Chart... she smiles sweetly and talk cutely.) I do believe if all this doesn't happen, Ramet and Pim will not last long. Maybe a month is the longest. But thanks to all the unfortunate events, Pim changes and Ramet has fallen deep deep DEEP down in the ring of fire. Lol. Me and my overly dramatic words.
As for Pim, we know our Swan. Right now, she doesn't understand Ramet yet and thanks to that we have drama! Hehehe... thanks Pim! You are just awesome and lovable.
Are you guys yawning reading this? Lol. I am super in the mood to share my opinion on Ramet. Hope you will all forgive our Ramet and support him. He maybe stupid sometimes but most of the time he charming, handsome and sincere. Where can you find a sincere man that loves you so much, and is super afraid that you will leave him for good? Ramet is just one of a kind that exist in lakorn. Cherish this character guys coz we might not see this character much later.
Yes, Khun Met is in his right to be extra careful. But what bothers me, specially after seeing the last two episodes today, is that he gives her zero, none, zip, nada leeway to express herself in any kind of emotion other than remorse. I don't like the fact that when she shows some type of anger he assumes is because she's going back to how she was.
He looks so proud when Nong and Noona and him are saying their farewells and Noona says that Pim is such a strong person. She's always been strong, as spoiled as she was she was strong but she had no one to actually guide her to be a conscious person of others wants and needs.
Her father was not a bad father to her but he was blinded by his ex wife until it was too late to correct his mistakes, and as for his daughter he was simply content in giving her what she wanted if that got her out of his way to pursue his own ways.
Khun Met may be fighting to keep his feelings and emotions in check so he can guide the woman who he wants to give his heart and life to, but I felt in episode 9 that he went a bit too far. Khun Met telling Pim that he's calling the police everytime he wants to install some fear in her is just wrong, she knows what she has to lose in the last episode it was like adding salt and vinegar to a wound. One last thing I understand that the guest is a god in those types of establishments but once you see that a guest, specifically chooses an employee by name to serve him or her and then seems bent to be picking and humiliate one of your employees, your job as employer/owner is to protect your employee. He did it when others where trying to pick on Pim but somehow Vy got a magical free pass because...? I'm going to rewatch next week, since I need a moment to pause and remind myself that he's one of the better fictional men, but still a man who has the occasional call from stupidlandia.