Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be part of quadruplets? Look no further, Thara Himalai, story one of “4 Hua Jai Hang Khun Khao” (4 Hearts Of The Mountains) will take you on this journey.
Set in the Adisuanrangsen Farm, the story introduces Dr. Thipthara, the fourth child of the Adisuan quadruplets. Her three fraternal brothers Fai, Din and Lom poses as a threat to her desire or attempt to date or get married. If they could have it their way, she would be a spinster for life. Little did they know however, that fate has a different plan for their sister- when a nameless patient lands on her plate, a badly beaten, stubborn and arrogant man who can take on her brothers, what will they do?
Phuwanet, the Crown Prince of Parawat must hide his true identity for fear of further assassination attempts. He contrives for Dr. Thipthara to allow him to work at Adisuanrangsen Farm to await further contact from his loyal subjects. He slowly falls for his doctor through her show of kindness, thoughtfulness and a deeply shared connection. Yet the gap in their social status deems too wide for Dr. Thipthara to accept. Ironically when the roles reverse, can she deem herself worthy of the Crown Prince? Can she accept the traditions of his country? And how much is Prince Phuwanet willing to risk in order to be with the person he loves?
This is Kimberly’s lakorn debut and I thought that it was genius to pair her up with Aum Atichart. He is truly an amazing actor. Not only did he carry the weight of the lakorn, he made Kimberly a better actress. Their chemistry is wonderful to watch; Aum has a way of looking at her that causes even the viewer to blush. I don’t think that it could have been as successful without Aum Atichart.
The three brothers are a joy to watch, albeit unreasonable and dramatic.
The song choices for this drama is exquisite, it suits the mood and lakorn perfectly.
I’ve enjoyed tuning in to Thara Himalai tremendously, I look forward to future collaboration between Aum Atichart and Kimberly. I hope you’ve enjoyed it too!
Duration: 8.5 Episodes
Atichart Chumnanont (Aum) as Prince Phuwanet
Kimberley Anne Woltemas as Doctor Thipthara (Nam)
Nadech Kugimiya (Barry) as Akkanee (Fai)
Prin Suparat (Mark) as Pathapee (Din)
Pakorn Chatborirak (Boy) as Wayupak (Lom)
Mawin Taweepol as Rajiv
Adisorn Atthakrit as Warun
Sorawit Suboon (Kong) as Doctor Napat
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