Massaya (2017) is on my list of want to watch lakorns as I’ve heard many good things about the story and characters. It seems like one of those sweet, coming of age romantic dramas. This week, I’ll be talking about various things, including the coronavirus. The coronavirus has not only been deadly, but has disrupted a lot of lives and businesses. I’m going to be talking about it in regards to Thailand in another post. For now, enjoy!
Massaya (2017) synopsis:
Massaya’s father is kicked out (along with his wife and child) of the Rattanamahasarn family for marrying her mother, who’s believed to be a “low class” Malay woman. Both parents have passed away early she was brought up by her maternal grandfather. Years later. Massaya grows up as a free spirited, boyish and a little crude woman.
Head of Rattanamahasarn family (Massaya’s grandmother) feeling sad and guilty about the past, orders her grandson Lak to bring back Massaya. Massaya after coming back to Rattanamahasarn family feels like an outcast with overbearing rules, etiquette and a family who looks down on her. She can only feel comfortable with Lak; while she constantly faces bullying from her cousins and their mother