This week, I’m looking at second chances, regrets and missed opportunities. How does that relate to lakorns? Well, read on. But what came to mind for me is that time is the big factor in all of this. Because we can’t stop time or time travel, as we might wish, looking back, we realize so many times we could have taken a better path, or done something different. If only…. I wish….
Reincarnation lakorns are pretty common and are often about revenge. But what is revenge except a regret for a missed opportunity, a way of trying to change things? There are also a number of second chances and time travel in lakorns here. Where can you watch these lakorns? Try here.
Past Life/Reincarnation – Blood & Treasures or Pitsawat, Bpee Kaew Nang Hong (2018), Bpoop Phaeh Saniwaat, Buang (2012), Klin Kasalong, Plerng Prang Tian, Rang Mai Hua Jai Derm (2016), Reun Phayom (2017), Roy Mai, Song Huajai Nee Puea Tur ~Two Spirits’ Love, Sroy Saeng Jan (2007), Tae Pang Korn (2005), Tae Pang Korn (2017), Wan Sawart
Second chance – Second chance at love, second chance to make things right, whichever the case, these lakorns have all the drama and more! Endless Love (2019), Game Rai Game Rak, Hua Jai Sila (2007), Hua Jai Sila, Jai Rao, Paragit Ruk Series: Niew Hua Jai Sood Glai Puen (2017), Pieng Jai Tee Pook Pun (2010), Sao Noi, Sai Roong, Yah Leum Chan (2014)
Time Travel: Time travel often involves second chances, going back to fix or change something for the better. – 365 Wun Haeng Rak, Bpoop Phaeh Saniwaat, Buang Banjathorn, Buang Banjathorn (2017),
Karm Wayla Tharm Ha Ruk/The Time Traveler, Tawipob, Tunnel