❤️[CH3] Monrak Nong Phak Kayaeng (Act Art) : Nadech Kugimiya / Bow Maylada

Simplythailover

sarNie Egg
It seems LK is still happening. Someone from the team posted about working on some LK documents. Still nothing official.
Glad if it's true, Nakee drama and Nakee 2 the movie were good,so I was actually looking forward to watch LK,so must patiently wait.I must say I have much anticipate that MR will be good too.Nadech approach/versatility as Kiew (sometimes overreact) must be because of rom-com genre,so I don't have a problem with that.But as for me this is not memorable lakorn, sorry.
 

Cupid Candy

sarNie Coma
I don't know what this lakorn was trying to be. I think Act Art missed the mark and tried too hard in this lakorn, nothing felt natural. Maybe I'm biased but most of the time I feel Ch7 lakorns make their country/musical lakorns have a lot of heart in their lakorns and it comes across as natural. The whole appreciate the countryside aspect felt very forced. Not to mention that the plot was incredibly weak. Half the time I forgot what this lakorn was about. Plus, for a musical, this fell flat. We literally had 3 basic songs that were forgettable at best, especially the one where they pay tribute to Esan food, that one felt out of place.

The leads were also not very likeable. Kiew while funny at times was just a brat that didn't grow that much as a character. I felt like Chompoo had a stick up her butt all the time and she lacked personality. I like both Nadech and Bow but their characters were not very well written in my opinion. The romance was kind of cute towards the end but they spent way too long on Kiew trying to win Chompoo back. This lakorn could have cut out the last episode and it probably would have been better. The last episode was just dumb and draggy. Also, there was this random part where they talk about the mom and dad's relationship and Au Thanakorn makes a cameo. First of all, no woman is going to choose that bald dude over Au Thanakorn and then the random part where the uncle has a crush on Au. I guess this is supposed to be some funny moment, I just fail to see the humour in it all. Kru Rit and Namfon fell flat, were we supposed to care about these two? Rit and Namfon had no personality and were just there pretty much. They really made Namfon pathetic in the end and the part where she reveals his feelings was so uncomfortable to watch. Rit literally has no interest in her and he was so noncommittal in his response to her.

And is it just me or the widow and the widower's plots don't really get resolved. Where'd his wife end up? Is her husband coming out of ordination? Does he change? Are those two getting together? The ex-girlfriend was also one dimensional. Who the heck did she marry? Why the heck was she using Kiew? She also came back for 5 minutes and then disappeared, I still don't get what her deal was. I couldn't even form an opinion on her because she was just there, she'd show up and then leave, show up and then leave. If you're going to make a lakorn with a bunch of characters, you gotta at least develop and resolve it. Ch7 back in the day made pretty good lakorns with this kind of format. Theppabut Salum with Num and May was a pretty successful 'life' kind of lakorn. Now there's a comedic lakorn that properly shows the different lives of people. It had very little plot like this lakorn but it worked because it was a character driven lakorn and you at least get development for all the major characters and each individual problem gets resolved in a satisfying way. Nang Barb with Sam and Kat and Big Sia with Bee and Namfon also did a good job with this kind of thing.

Then in the very last scene we get a lecture from the lakorn. It felt SO out of place. So yeah, I have no idea what this lakorn is trying to be. I think Nadech and Bow way deserved better.
 

Som123

sarNie Hatchling
I don't know what this lakorn was trying to be. I think Act Art missed the mark and tried too hard in this lakorn, nothing felt natural. Maybe I'm biased but most of the time I feel Ch7 lakorns make their country/musical lakorns have a lot of heart in their lakorns and it comes across as natural. The whole appreciate the countryside aspect felt very forced. Not to mention that the plot was incredibly weak. Half the time I forgot what this lakorn was about. Plus, for a musical, this fell flat. We literally had 3 basic songs that were forgettable at best, especially the one where they pay tribute to Esan food, that one felt out of place.

The leads were also not very likeable. Kiew while funny at times was just a brat that didn't grow that much as a character. I felt like Chompoo had a stick up her butt all the time and she lacked personality. I like both Nadech and Bow but their characters were not very well written in my opinion. The romance was kind of cute towards the end but they spent way too long on Kiew trying to win Chompoo back. This lakorn could have cut out the last episode and it probably would have been better. The last episode was just dumb and draggy. Also, there was this random part where they talk about the mom and dad's relationship and Au Thanakorn makes a cameo. First of all, no woman is going to choose that bald dude over Au Thanakorn and then the random part where the uncle has a crush on Au. I guess this is supposed to be some funny moment, I just fail to see the humour in it all. Kru Rit and Namfon fell flat, were we supposed to care about these two? Rit and Namfon had no personality and were just there pretty much. They really made Namfon pathetic in the end and the part where she reveals his feelings was so uncomfortable to watch. Rit literally has no interest in her and he was so noncommittal in his response to her.

And is it just me or the widow and the widower's plots don't really get resolved. Where'd his wife end up? Is her husband coming out of ordination? Does he change? Are those two getting together? The ex-girlfriend was also one dimensional. Who the heck did she marry? Why the heck was she using Kiew? She also came back for 5 minutes and then disappeared, I still don't get what her deal was. I couldn't even form an opinion on her because she was just there, she'd show up and then leave, show up and then leave. If you're going to make a lakorn with a bunch of characters, you gotta at least develop and resolve it. Ch7 back in the day made pretty good lakorns with this kind of format. Theppabut Salum with Num and May was a pretty successful 'life' kind of lakorn. Now there's a comedic lakorn that properly shows the different lives of people. It had very little plot like this lakorn but it worked because it was a character driven lakorn and you at least get development for all the major characters and each individual problem gets resolved in a satisfying way. Nang Barb with Sam and Kat and Big Sia with Bee and Namfon also did a good job with this kind of thing.

Then in the very last scene we get a lecture from the lakorn. It felt SO out of place. So yeah, I have no idea what this lakorn is trying to be. I think Nadech and Bow way deserved better.
Yup gotta agree. I love Nadech but this lakorn is boring and cringey af. Nadech deserves better. I hope AA wont screw LK.
 
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