Honestly, I’ve been phoning it in lately with posts on this blog. You can probably tell.😉 Sometimes I am bereft of inspiration, but this week is not one of them. This week, I’ll be looking at class issues in Thailand, namely the working class vs the rich.
I also am going to be changing things up in the blog and making it more relative and streamlined for me and for all the readers as well hopefully. For now, enjoy this classic lakorn that was the first one that made me ask myself this question. Why are servants always treated like trash or stereotypes in lakorns? This was one of the few lakorns I felt that differed from that. Enjoy!
Rahut Rissaya (2007) synopsis:
After her parents’ deaths, Palai (Noon) decided to find evidence that her parents’ deaths were not accidental, but actually murder. She not only lost her parents, but she lost her house, her company and her money to her aunt, who claimed that she got everything legally from Palai’s parents. Palai wanted to find any proof that her aunt and Siva’s father were the ones who took everything from her. Palai threatened Siva (Paul) that she was going to send all the information on her website about his dad’s corruption to the reporters if he doesn’t marry her. If he marries her, she will give him the password to the website. However, there wasn’t any information on the said site. She was buying time to get information about Siva’s dad and her aunt by living in Siva’s house. (credit to kudalakorn)