As creepy as the story sounds, it is also mysterious and makes one want to unravel the puzzle. How is grandma (Lady Bua Ngern) involved in all of this? And how will Rerin and Suriyawong get together in present day, or will they get together at all? Is this a time travel lakorn or merely one that Prince Siriwattana conjures up for Rerin?
Only one way to find out, I must continue to watch Roy Mai. If you were a child of the late seventies and early eighties, you will know Jason Young.
Soon after arriving in Chiangmai she hears a man calling for her.
There is a beautiful, unfinished fabric downstairs with a mysterious and sad story to go along with it.
Rerin learns of the unfortunate story of Princess Maneerin.
Suriyawong does not care for a person like Wongprajan who is rude, spoiled and conniving.
In all truth, he tells his sister that he feels like there is someone for him and that he must wait for her.
Mysteriously Prince Siriwong dies, leaving Princess Maneerin heartbroken.
She weaves a fabric intended for her wedding day but tragically dies.
And on another tangent, I had no idea Thanin was Jason Young! He was a teenage crooner that can send girls screaming like idiots.
He sang “Tagorn bok fah” starred in a movie that all I can remember him eating was tacos and now.. I wanted to kick myself for not knowing who he is for the longest time.
This is a fan site dedicated to the Thai lakorn couple, Aum Atichart & Aff Taksaorn.
; RTGS: Thaksa-on Phaksukcharoen) is a Thai actress and model who has starred in several lakorns.
She is known for her roles in the 2008 version of Jam Loey Rak as well as the title character in Wanida (2010), which won best Foreign Series at the International Drama Festival in Tokyo.