Posted on March 29, 2011
Buckle your seatbelts because Wayupak Montra will take you on a scary ride! What a way to finish up 4 Hua Jai Hang Khun Khao series. This final showdown of the Adisuan quadruplets does not disappoint, we have enchantments, black magic, love and lots of wine. Be sure to “tum boon” more frequently so the God that protects your land has enough power to secure your properties, also, if you don’t believe in black magic or enchantments, don’t underestimate it. Alas, with these in mind, you are now prepared to watch the last story of 4 Hearts of the Mountain.
Wayupak Adisuan (Lom) is the owner of Sailom Vineyard and the renowned playboy. He changes girlfriends more frequently than he changes his underwear. However, he treats woman with respect and adores the ground they walk on. Except for a particular female who rubbed him the wrong way from their first encounter, Thichakorn (Kati) who has an assignment to do research of the wine industry to see if it will inspire her to write her next romance novel. Aside from her talented writing abilities, Thichakorn also has sixth sense: she can communicate with the Gods as well as see ghosts. This unique ability forces her closer to Wayupak against her will when she notices that he is being pursued by an evil ghost and sorcerer. Wayupak does not believe in the world of ghosts and magic and finds Thichakorn annoying, crazy and meddlesome. We see the attempts of Thichakorn trying to protect Wayupak and make him understand that he is being troubled and enchanted. What will it take to convince Wayupak of this black magic? Will he believe Thichakorn before it’s too late? How will this soul mate find their way back to each other?
We will also see a re-entrance of our favorite pairs in this final lakorn: Prince Phuwanet and Doctor Thip Thara, Fai and Jeed, Din and Cha-Em. It just makes watching Lom and Kati’s journey all the more interesting. The buildup for this lakorn is well done; we see that each couple’s path to falling in love and “getting together” in the end gets more difficult as the series progressed. Heck, when you start bringing in ghosts and voodoo’s, I don’t see it getting any more difficult!
Let’s give a round of applause to “4 Hua Jai Hang Khun Khao,” Ch.3’s biggest project to honor their 40th year celebration. 31 Episodes combined, aired during prime time between October 16-December of 2010. Bravo!
Final Story of “4 Hua Jai Hang Khun Khao” (4 Hearts of the Mountain) Series
Duration: 7.3 Episodes
Boy Pakorn Chatborirak as Wayupak/Lom
Margie Rasri Balenciaga as Thichakorn/Kati
Peemai Sumonrat Wattanaselarat as Patchanee/Mink
Thob Tripon Promsuwan as Panu
Alexandra Stebert as Songtal
Prae Supitcha Mongkoljittanon as Ruk
Peterpan Tatsapon Wiwitawan as Yom
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por que no an traducido estas 2 que mala onda
quiero traducirla pero no se como que mala onda
Unfortunately my Spanish is not so great, if possible, can you elaborate in English? Lo siento!
Whats the girl of the ghost ? She’s actually really pretty. hehe .. and i know im veryyy late !