Would u mind to reupload these two songs again for me...Thank youSlow version.
The only other songs I know the title of include Kwarm Tsong Jum, which has been included in other lakorns too. Like awajee see chompoo. I really liked the last song. Which was played at the end when noon was crying/reading tye's letters. But I have no idea who sings it.
HAHAH It seemed like ages ago. This is one of my all time favorite lakorns. And you're welcome.I know this is an old thread... but I just found it! Firstly, thanks so much to mintwix for posting so much info and lots of pics of P'Nun and P'Tye! They are pretty much my favorite lakorn couple. I wish they'll have a chance to work together soon. I've watched Nang Sao Pah Kee Rew soooo many times- I won't ever tire of it. Absolutely love them in Muer Dok Ruk Barn, too. They're soo good together, great chemistry. Natural and sweet.
Oh, and as for P'Tye not thinking P'Nun is pretty- I don't think that's completely true. Maybe he means P'Nun is not the ideal Thai beauty, not what a lot of people would consider a pretty nang'ek to be: fair skin, tiny, and feminine and traditional. Because on Ratree Samosorn, you can hear him clearly say "Suay, krup. Suay mak." at the photos they show of P'Nun. He even makes P'Nun blush a little and she slaps his arm playfully. So he's praised her personality and inner beauty AND her physical beauty. I totally would support them hooking up in real life. If only P'Top and Rita/Yard/whoever else P'Tye is linked to at the moment, was not an obstacle. J/K!
Anyhoo, thanks so much to everyone who has contributed to this thread! It was really awesome looking through it all. Hope there are those who still love Poo and Ngamtha as much as I do!