The good guys win. Weir is hotness. The end.Read the rest of this entry
Do we have our happy ending? Will we have a happy ending? Will Kamin ever be shirtless again? Read on!
We are back in the War Room in Thailand. After discussing the options for taking back Raya, Kamin is adamant that the primary impetus be the villagers and citizens of the country, and not just hired troops from Thailand. Read the rest of this entry
Queen Savitri strides towards a white van, with a doctor, a princess, and a…corpse? She announces to the guard that her courtier died of a contagious disease and they are taking the body for examination. Naturally, we know it’s the king.
Inside the van, the monarchs snuggle as Sinthorn speeds through the night. He shares a grin with Haruetai, his heart in his eyes.
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We are nearing the end, everyone, but there’s still so much to be done, and more “fin” moments to encounter!
Mattana and Kamin have met in the woods. But then, they hear the mercenaries and a familiar voice – it’s Hayman! He must have blundered into their path and is now being held.
Suddenly it’s dark outside. Have they been waiting until sunset? Who cares, they are keeping an eye of the bad guys. Hayman is on his knees in between them. Baldy is interrogating the young man, asking him where Kamin is. Read the rest of this entry
Thanks for everyone sticking this out with me! I’m still determined to finish this series, no matter how many other demands take up my time.
Thanks everyone for your patience! I ended up doing several South Korea drama recapping projects for my collaborative website, as well as a few medical issues. But here is the next episode!
Things in Raya have reached a boiling point. Good people are down, bad people are happy, and the mercenaries are just plain confusing. But it’s a terrible setback for those who want peace and prosperity for the country. Read the rest of this entry
2016 UPDATE: I have consolidated all my lakorn houses into one place: “Lakorn Locations” on my status bar on the top of my page. Or you can just click [here]. It now includes residences, business and natural areas. Enjoy!
Ah, there’s nothing like a palatial white house, with a huge columned port chochere, a sweeping staircase, and a beautiful fountain just outside the double-door front entrance. Sound familiar? It describes the majority of locations for filming in Thailand.
For those of use who are avid lakorn watchers, it sometimes becomes confusing when you are watching several shows that appear to be filmed in the same location. Here’s seven of the ones I found in duplicate. For most of these, I don’t know the exact location of these properties, or if they are public or private buildings.
Feel free to let me know if I’ve missed any lakorns associated with these locations!