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12 May 2008. ( 2008-05-12) Nang Tard ( Thai: นางทาส, RTGS : Nang That, IPA: [naːŋ tʰâːt], means The Slave Girl but its international title is The Slave) is a Thai period drama lakorn, remade from a 1993 lakorn of the same name.  The lakorn stars Suvanant Kongying and Vee Veerapat in the main roles with several talented ...
Kampoo Padtamasood as Kun Nai Jitta (Nokyoong Mother) Wiragarn Seneetunti as Assara Borisud (As) (TV series villain) Nithichai YotAmornSunthorn as Artid Ridtirong (tid) (TV series hero) Tor Ruengrit Wisamol as Song (Henchman Richard) Thodsapol Siriwiwat as Drama Director Oak Keerati as Director Kong Cameo appearance [ edit]
Poot Mae Nam Khong ( Thai: ภูตแม่น้ำโขง, RTGS : Phut Mae Nam Khong, literally The Spirit of Mekong River ) is a Thai Horror Superstition Lakorn, remade from 1990 lakorn of the same name. The lakorn starring by Weir Sukollawat and Jui Warattaya as the Main roles and Morakot Aimee Kittisara as the ghost. Summary [ edit]
Lakorn is a popular genre of fiction in Thai television. They are known in Thai as ละครโทรทัศน์ ( RTGS : lakhon thorathat, lit. "television drama") or ละคร ( lakhon, pronounced [la.kʰɔːn], or lakorn ). They are shown generally at prime-time on Thai television channels, starting usually on, before or approximately at 20:25-20:30 hrs local time.
Kammathep Hunsa ( Thai: กามเทพหรรษา lit. "Cheerful of Love") is a Thai lakorn, the first drama in the series The Cupids, based on a novel series of the same name.  The novel is written by Isaya and the director is Phawat Panangkasiri [ th]. It was aired every Friday–Sunday from March, 05 until March 24, 2013.  Synopsis [ edit]
Kluen Cheewit ( Thai: คลื่นชีวิต, lit. "Life's Waves" or "Waves of Life", also spelled Kluen Cheevit) is a 2017 Thai drama that stars Prin Suparat, Urassaya Sperbund, Louis Scott (actor), and Jarinporn Joonkiat. It aired on Channel 3 from January 23, 2017 to March 13, 2017 (Monday and Tuesday).
After she dies, her sins cause her to be reborn as a phuti ( Thai: ภูติ) that has to live off wasted, uncooked or rotten food. In recent time, the Thai entertainment industry has fictionalized the origin of Krasue as cursed from an Ancient Khmer princess, as in Demonic Beauty (2002).