i agree, when i see them together i feel like they are uncle/niece. pong just seem too overprotective.I felt weird seeing Nai kiss Soke, i could never just kiss the guy that double my age and saw me when i was little, the love scenes make me feel awkward, even though its just a lakorn it feels gross to watch.
her former husband who was a rich dude died. she probably met pong before soke's dad.i didn't watch every min of this lakorn and i'm wondering, wth does preeyakamon get all her money from? and she doesn't know who her father is? and did she meet pong after or before dok soke's father?
I think that's a pretty normal reaction coming from someone so young. Based on personal experience, a person's views on life, love, relationships may change when its viewed from a perspective of a teen and someone in their 20's, 30's, 40's, and so on to the twilight years of one's life. As you grow older, the age factor is not really a top issue, though its one of the considerations. It's more of where you are in your life, the values and goals that you share are in-synch and how you accept each others differences and flaws so you both grow together and not outgrow each other. it's also a factor that women matures faster than men. May-December romances/relationships are quite common. For as long as its consensual (both parties are of age), the age disparity is less of an issue IMHO.I felt weird seeing Nai kiss Soke, i could never just kiss the guy that double my age and saw me when i was little, the love scenes make me feel awkward, even though its just a lakorn it feels gross to watch.
I think the age disparity becomes a huge factor for some because this relationship is viewed from when Dok Soke was a child to now that she's in her late teens/adult in the same romantic love context. My understanding of the story is that Ausanai and Dok Soke developed their romantic feelings for each other later. It doesn't mean they did not love each other in a different way before. Its clear he was very fond of her and cared for her and protective of her. Likewise, she of him. IMHO, familiarity does not necessarily breeds contempt. More often than not, proximity is a factor why people get together. People gravitates towards people familiar to them or they share a commonality with.I understand what you mean but pong/char age factor don't wierd me out because Pong don't look old and charmele don't look that young. It's personal preference. My sister dated a man 10-12 yrs older than her....i think nowadays people date lots of people who older or younger, man and women wise - Cougars...but I think men did that for a loong time through out history and now. We get dump for the fresh mean lol not trying to be insensitive...
"To Each, Their Own"
I think he's protectiveness carried over from when she was young and he knows that she had a hard life. I also think the writer/director wants to show how passionate he is towards her. He really fell hard for her.i agree, when i see them together i feel like they are uncle/niece. pong just seem too overprotective.
isnt n'ek suppose to be somewhat childish? unless exact change her character to be more mature
Not only annoying but he's getting smarmy too. I'm also getting annoyed with Eddie and grandma Benz. LOL!ok i'm ready for everything to be revealed and this to end lol dok soke's boss is getting annoying. dude has a fiance already yet still show interest for dok soke, so retarded.
I've been curious about that too. How come Peekyamon doesn't know her father? Didn't she live in the big ole mansion when she was a baby?i didn't watch every min of this lakorn and i'm wondering, wth does preeyakamon get all her money from? and she doesn't know who her father is? and did she meet pong after or before dok soke's father?