^Thanks for sharing. I'll try to touch on all the things they talked about, though I can't sub
I love the way the host approaches his questions for each guest. He started out by sharing that the cast worked very hard, they had a very short time to film in Austria but they had to film a ton of scenes. He asked Tik and Mai how they felt when they were offered their respective parts since the production is new. To summarize, Tik said he discussed this with khun Dao for a long time before he accepted the part. I think khun Dao is the producer? She's so pretty! Tik said he lost to her beauty and that's partly why he accepted the part, as well as seeing her determination and her hard work, seeing a certain something in her eyes. See? Where is Mr. Flirty in the lakorn itself, lol.
Moving on to Mai, she moved channels, so this is her first lakorn as lead in ch. 3, why accept this part? Mai said when she saw the script, she had never played a vengeful princess. She was a vengeful ghost in Nang Chada. Mai liked that Risa has many sides, there's a bit of bad in her, and it felt real to Mai, since people have good and bad in them, so it felt a bit like Mai got to play a n'rai. And she wanted her fanclub to get to see her in many different roles. Then Tik added that perhaps he's being biased but he thinks Mai accepted the role because of him, lol.
Tik described his character, Pope's situation as being a previous cop. He said his character is a more normal person than his past characters so it was easier to play, didn't need to deal with special quirks. Uncle Host asked how it was when Tik discovered his n'ek would be Mai, he said he's happy, but he felt like his n'ek are becoming younger and younger 55 Cute that he mentioned the age difference. Mai said she was proud he's her first ch. 3 p'ek. Tik joked that it's because she felt like he's a father to her. She said she learned a lot from observing him, whether that was acting or self-care. Uncle noted that Mai did movies for a while so how was it coming back to doing lakorn, since they require different styles and skills. Mai said it was like starting over again, and the director said in her first scene there was not enough emotion. In lakorn, it's harder for the audience to feel the characters' emotions so you have to do things "more" without over-doing it. Mai said with Cindy (Ganda), she felt like running away but as Risa, she had to overcome both Cindy and Yogurt. Uncle asked if acting with Tik was easy, she said yeah it was not tiring since he's a good actor and sent the right emotions. Tik said the same, that Mai prepares her character right, builds up the right emotion, understands things easily.
Uncle asked about scenes where Pope had to mess with Risa, as well as their romantic scenes. Tik talked about how Pope would mess with Risa, and despite the suspicion in his heart, he slowly starts loving her. Uncle said, "What about the romantic scenes? Bet you liked them." Heh. So then Tik said, it's not romantic, it's romanTIK! lolol. Mai said Tik plays romance well, while being respectful to her at the same time. Mai said Tik is one person who she can enter scenes with Tik and not feel much shyness. And she was cracking up trying to explain why and how he was able to make her feel at ease, like acting with a father lol.
Then they talked about beautiful locations in Austria.
Asked about scenes that they felt most impressed by. Tik said it was the scenes in beautiful Austria. Mai said it was the drama scenes within the family. And they talked about how Mai cried due to the emotions of the characters but the script called for her to not cry, to maintain Risa's reserved strong personality.
Mentioned the rest of the cast, and the actress that played Risa's mom and how she did very well bringing out the emotions of a mother.
now that ya'll mention Risa and Pope's changed characters, I have to agree. they're both very "yen cha" so there isn't that "overt" lakorn factor. Just watching Risa deal with her dad's family is complex and dramatic enough. I feel like this is one of the few lakorn where the love arc could be erased and it would still be carried well, since Risa's revenge is the focus and Mai performs the multi-faceted character well.