I know, I'm just popping threads like crazy, but hey I'm trying to keep this place alive alright, haha. Anyway, there's gotta be a reason you like an actor or actress, whether or not it's because of their talent, looks or personality. In here I'd love to know which character(s) made you guys fall in love with your favorite star(s)? I personally have quite some stars/characters to share. Hehe. Let me just compile my list first, so...share on!! EDIT Here comes my list in no order of preference: ACTORS Oh Warut Worrantum as Kobori (Koo Gum 1988) - Kobori is a character any woman will die for. He's loving, patriotic, honest, gentle (ahem, sort of), courageous and has whatever characteristics a good soldier has. I didn't even know who Oh was until I saw the old version of Koo Gum. I've actually never seen his other movies/lakorns before and I'll admit, I don't even know how good his acting really is. But anyway, saw him as Kobori and I totally fell. My heart. He is the one and only hot Kobori in my book. Tik Jedsadaporn Pholdee as Anothai (Luerd Kattiya 2003) - Anothai, I'll die for you. You don't have to die for me. Like any soldier he's loyal, heroic, considerate and more importantly loving. Loves Dara with all his heart that he sacrifices his own life for her. Tik played Anothai to perfection. His stiffness actually did good in here because his small/subtle movements made Anothai even more gracious and handsome. Some people say Tik's Kongpope made them fall in love with him, but I'll say Anothai did it for me. Ken Theeradeth Wonpuapan as Kawee (Sawan Biang 2008) - Kawee is a jerk. He's someone I'll probably not want to date, but because of his change of heart for the one he loves, I'll give it to him. He deserves some love. Love that he never had. Anywhoot, because Kawee is such a complicated character he brought out so much from Ken. Ken displayed a great deal of mixed emotions in here and you can just feel his every...emotion. For the lack of a better word. He moved me in such a way that I completely fell in love with Kawee. Weir Sukollawat Kanarot as Charlit (Pin Anong) - Charlit can be rough, but he's actually quite soft and hot. I have said this before and will say it many more times, he is the hottest most macho pra'ek in Thai lakorn world. The reason? Because he's played by the ever so gorgeous Weir. Weir made Charlit so mesmerizing, that I can still picture half naked Weir swaggering through the fields with his rough (albeit ugly) hair, dark sweaty six-pack, and nice sexy jeans. Yeah, Charlit can work at my farm any day. Willy McIntosh as Charnchorn (Manee Yardfah) - Charnchorn annoys me sometimes when he's so mean, but I can't hate him, he has his reasons. Like a reserved soldier he is, he doesn't lose himself easily to temptation even if she's a beautiful princess. Willy is the man to play a soldier who's protective, loyal, loving and physically larger than others. I've always admired him for his handsome features, but his take on Charnchorn solidified my love for him. Charnchorn is definitely a one-of-kind pra'ek. Aum Atichart Chumnanon as Taywan (Borisud Bumbut Kaen) - Taywan is insanely a phenomenal character. Literally. He's not your normal loving and sweet pra'ek. He's a man with serious issues. So crazy that no one can be as crazy yet suave as Aum. Aum took on Taywan like a piece of cake. Playing the role required a great deal of emotions and Aum fulfilled all the requirements. He may have looked messed up in there, but his soft and gentle voice made up for it. Thanks to Taywan I'm an Aum fan. ACTRESSES Anne Thongprasom as Alin (Sood Sanaeha) - Alin, aroy, around. No kidding! Alin is perhaps one of the best nang'eks out there. She's funny, witty, smart, outgoing, outspoken, pretty much all the extreme characteristics you can think of. The good ones. I've yet to see a character so proud of herself, yet so admirable. Anne is the perfect Alin. I can't imagine anyone else playing this character. Although Alin was cute and likable, it's actually Anne's portrayal of her that made me an even bigger fan. Alin literally blew me away to Anneland. Pok Piyatada Woramusik as Darunee (Toranee Nee Nee Krai Kraung 1998) - Darunee is immature, annoying, and a brat. She did change, but my focus is on the immature Darunee. She's probably the worst nang'ek out there. These nang'eks are usually forgotten, since they're gonna grow out of it eventually, and I don't typically like an annoying naggy nang'ek, especially when they're also dumb, but Pok played her so well that I actually liked the character. Pok brought Nee to life and opened up a space in my heart for her. As for the people I love that didn't name it's because I just like their acting overall, no particular character that solidified my love for them. Hehe. It's not a bad thing, it just means their characters weren't totally impressive. I may've liked them as a certain pra'ek/nang'ek, but wasn't WOWED by it. Is that a bad thing?? :ghehe: It does seem a little harsh, but you guys know what I mean. HAHA.