Miracle of Love Ep 9 Recap
Posted on November 22, 2011
In this episode we have Panom’s meager attempt to console Nammon, but failed again due to her lack of courage. Panom tried to tell Nammon that her and Paat are only friends, but when Nammon asked her if Paat lied to her about them then- Panom couldn’t answer- she told Nammon to ask Paat instead. When asked how much longer she is going to continue to lie to Nammon, again Panom had no answer. So like anyone who is fed up with lies, Nammon walked away.
That night Panom’s second attempt appeared with a glass of milk as a truce? Not likely, as she tried to come up with an explanation, the door was slowly shut in her face, causing her to stalk back to her room, out of ideas to reconcile. Once back to her room, a thought flitted through her mind about telling Nammon the truth, but it went away just as quickly as it came. Instead, Panom/Nichamon thought about the stranger who helped her in Sydney. Holding his scarf in her hands, she found him to be quite similar to Khun Chai Thut, but soon shook the thought away, because really, it couldn’t be..
The next day, the project of building the dam commenced. Everyone involved was prepared to lift bamboo wooden sticks, trek the river and scurry the woods: including Nammon, Panom, Pongtape, Khun Chai Thut and Paat- along with the rest of his club who were volunteering their time. Coincidentally, Pansorn tagged along by hiding in Nammon’s car- which became a big problem indeed. He also learned that Nammon is in love with Paat. Since it would be too late to turn around and take him home, Nammon left Pansorn as Panom’s responsibility- to spite her? Pongtape tagged along as well, trying to ‘prove’ to Panom that he can be useful too.
The project dam scene thus far accomplished a few things: Nammon learned from her friend Min that it seemed that Panom was close with Khun Chai Thut as well. Hoping that was true propels Nammon to find out, only to see Panom close with Paat instead. Nammon asked Paat what he meant when he said that him and Panom are more than just friends. Paat told her that despite what is going on between him and Panom, there was no way that he and Nammon can be anything- why would she want to hurt herself by hearing the truth? Ouch. He continued telling her that at any rate, she is the daughter of Uncle Nareusorn, the person responsible for his father’s death. And in short, she was his enemy.
What’s different this time around though- is Nammon’s response to Paat- if he’s so adamant that they’re enemies, she will start treating him as her enemy too. Perhaps she is finally fed up with his constant rejection or could it be the product of her pain, lashing out? Either way, the war is on and their sweet scenes flashed before their eyes.
This episode also brought Nichamon closer to Khun Chai Thut as well, even if he continued to be all bark but no bite. She thanked him for telling Khun Phorn the truth about the framed photo. He reminded her that she shouldn’t forget what she promised- that she’s supposed to work for him down the road.
The conflict arose when Pansorn went missing. Panom freaked out because it was her responsibility, Nammon was shocked and unable to move because her brother’s missing, the whole camp was in a state of panic.. Paat immediately took charge, he ordered everyone to split up and search for Pansorn. He darted a quick glance at Nammon’s face, which was worried stricken.
Will this be the end of Panom’s career with the Sornalai? We shall find out next Monday! Yes, ep 9 was that short! But the preview promised to be good, whether we get to see all of it next week remains to be seen. I was afraid that by the time we see all of the scenes in the preview, we would have already seen the last episode of Game Rai Game Rak, haha. Ch.3 is totally holding out on us with Rak Patihan!
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ahfiuh aiue fuiagefhwa fcheiuf @Panom/Nichamon! I am just reading… imagine me watching the episode, I would probably go fiah foehwfiehaof eioaheahf… no words are forming to describe how annoyed I am at P/N’s continuous chain of lies. I think it is about time Nammon takes some actions: you treat me like shit, I will give you shit haha. But the person she should go after is Thut. I wish Nammon would throw some karate moves on him for ruining her friendship with both Nichamon and Paat. Thut is getting on my last nerve as well. If he does really hire her to work for him, that would make me even more furious. Like seriously he is such an ass (excuse me for my language). I honestly don’t understand what he will get out of finding Panom’s real identity except that she is the granddaughter of so and so on. Thut the Zombie, go get a life!!!
ROFL Fun! Thut the zombie. LOL.
Today’s episode was too short for me to feel too much indignation on anyone’s behalf- aside from the delay + the length. Like you, it’s too bad the truth about Panom did not come out and we have to wait yet another week to find out- but I hope Ch.3 make it up to us for our patient, good behavior =) I want my 2 hr primetime back!!
It’s the holiday, been busy having early Thanksgiving everyday since Friday, I didn’t even notice the episodes are shorter than usual. I don’t attend UC Davis but I was over at the time when the police started pepper spraying the students who were silently protesting. I had to pick up my cousin there, we couldn’t wait any longer in the car, the kids (3 and 5) who was with me, had to use the bathroom. So I took them but turn back instead after seeing students and cops pushing and shoving and the smell of pepper spray. I made them pee by the car and left the scene. I text my cousin to meet outside of the university. Good thing she was save.
But I wonder if Nichamon is even concern about the real Panom. What happen if Panom had an accident or was murdered. It seem as if the real Panom would have at least contacted the family if she was not going to make it. I know a few people are upset at Nammon’s action lately but I wouldn’t blame her for acting the way she is right now. Nichamom is as selfish as her parent. Her parent never once contacted them. A Christmas card would have been nice (lol I know Thailand does not celebrate Christmas). I don’t get along with a few of my family members but you know I would have still send out a hi-how-are-you-doing-letter, well a FaceBook hello or a text message lol
i wouldn’t necessarily call nichamon’s parents selfish – well maybe the dad, cause we really don’t know if he had a following out with his dad or not, all we know is that he has a gambling problem and vowed never to step one foot into thailand if he hasn’t made something of himself. natcha’s mom disowned her after she ran away with nichamon’s dad. natcha also said that her mom wasn’t the type to forgive and forget, that once she disowns someone, the person is dead to her mom. so yeah, not getting along with a family member is different from being disowned. thus, i don’t really think that the comparison is apt. would you really want to pursue a relationship with someone who refuses to acknowledge your existence? remember how nichamon went to her grandma’s place and noticed that there wasn’t a single picture of her mom?
@fun we get to find out about the real Pranom next week! Happy thanksgiving by the way.. it must be wonderful to have so many parties to attend!. I can imagine all of the scrumptious food!
@live I also talked about Nichamon-grandma on your previous comment. I think this storyline is more plot driven than character driven, even though the plot itself is shaky. When we think about the characters and their motivations, it seems to be about the choices they make after something happens to them. Nichamon just goes along with what’s thrown in her path lol. ‘They think I’m someone else, ok, that’ll buy me time.’ ‘My grandma hates me so I don’t want to see her’ but forgetting a few other important tasks for her like fulfilling her dead mother’s wish. If only she had some backbone like Plerngrit in Plerng Toranong hehe, but then we’ll have PT all over again and not RP. I’m learning not to judge this lakorn on the basis of the plot anymore, I’m just watching for Paat-Nammon and seeing how this whole story plays out. Like you said, at least there’s no annoying nang rais!
Don’t want to mention about my family problems on here but my situation is 10 times worse than Nichamon about the whole family issue. Maybe not exactly the same but my attitude about it is not like her. Nichamon is running away from her problems. Like I said, Nammon would have been very understanding and could have kept her secret or would have even given her money for a plane ticket back to Australia.
Fun, I agree with you that Nichamon is going about it the wrong way. That’s probably why I’m not sympathizing with her. If the director wants us to feel sorry for her or understand her, it’s falling on deaf ears. For this reason, I find myself adoring Paat-Nammon. I primarily tune in to see how they reconcile.
As far as family situation, it is all relative to the viewer. I guess it falls on how viewers can relate to her. For me, I find her cowardly and very much un-heroine-like in my eyes. To be optimistic, I hope her character goes through a ‘character arch’ and toughen up in the next episodes.
oooh, so you’ve started on Beautiful Days. It’s rather melodramatic but I adore the main couple so much. Hope you’ll enjoy it. 🙂
Lol at Thut the zombie. The things Mart gets compared to. Heeh
I haven’t gotten very far (still on ep1), but I intend to watch it during W-Th. Still getting used to MySoJu, but I much prefer it over Viki. Between Beautiful Days, Tawan Duerd, GRGR and RP, I hope I can keep everything straight LOL.
As for Mart, there are times I can see why fans like him, especially when he smiles. But when he starts talking, it’s like he’s constantly barking. Hopefully he’s all bark and no bite.
How about you? Have you watched any more of RP? I hope your work load lightens a bit, seeing that the holiday is coming right around the corner =)
Breathin’ a little easier at the office this week but it looks like I’ll be kept busy overall till early next year. Well, glad for any slow days I can get (like today. lol)! I haven’t continued on RP yet because like I mentioned earlier I can’t empathize with Nichamon choices and don’t feel motivated to see her continue her lies. But I think I will still watch it on the weekends if only for Alex and Mint who seems really cute. 😛 I’m also currently occupied by a kdrama so lakorns might take a back seat for the moment.
Sometimes I find it that I like being busy at work, however, I resent having to work extra long hours lol. Until early next year? Wow gal, that sounds like you’re going to need a serious diversion from work during your off hours =)
Hope you’ve enjoyed the clips of Paat-Nammon scenes thus far, they’re the only reason why I tune into RP haha. Nichamon makes me shake my head, what a mini train wreck. I will relent that Kimberly is gorgeous in this lakorn though.
Can’t wait to sit down and seriously watch Beautiful Days. Did you hear that there is a Thai Coffee Prince version in the making?
Yes, thanks for your Paat-Nammon clips. Like you mention before, saves us the effort of fast forwarding and looking for their scenes. XD
I didn’t hear about the Thai remake of Coffee Prince. I didn’t watch the Korean version either because I’m generally not fond of girl-pretending-to-be-guy set up. Which channel is doing the remake? I presume they will be casting younger idols?
J, it appears that they are casting Mac Weeradon as the pr’ek (he was Chanon in Plerng Toranong)- this news is according to inwlakorn. Not sure who else will be on the cast or what channel is actually remaking it. Watching a girl-pretending-to-be-a-guy is awkward for the viewers as well as the pr’ek because like in coffee prince, he was prepared to admit that he liked a fellow guy but luckily for him, ‘he’ turns out to be a ‘she’ and everything worked out in the end. Acting wise, I wasn’t crazy about Mac, PT was his first lakorn so maybe he’ll improve in Coffee Prince? I really liked the hero in Korean version, hot is an apt word to describe him, and to me, Mac is more of cute than hot. He didn’t inspire endless fangirling from me.. but who knows, maybe he’ll surprise me?
I’ve not seen Mac before but considering I’m not a fan of the story premise, I’d likely give this one a pass.
I’m not particularly interested in the lakorns currently on air, I might go finish up Ken/Ann’s Rang Ngao. I stopped at ep 5 some time back and have always intended to finish it.
Ha and guess what? They’re remaking Rang Ngao too! It will star Pope Thanawat.. *shakes head* remakes galore.
Finished ep 1 of BD and I’m confused with the transition to ep2, am I missing a part or something? Are there really 4 parts to an episode? The story is not jiving together. I see that Sena is catching a bus at the end of ep 1, then the start of ep2, she’s stealing CD’s and running away from her sister. Ah well, I’ll just continue to watch.. very captivating! Thanks for the rec J!
Hmm, my memory’s kinda hazy on the first couple of episodes of BD, but I believe there will be flashbacks to show how Sena ended up in Seoul. It’s a tad slow in the beginning but it picks up after the main couple meet.
what, Rang Ngao in for a remake too?? Will I be seeing a Om Rak remake in the next few years? Haaa.
Be careful what you wish for, you just might get it!
I understand it’s challenging to find good scripts out there (heck even American films are struggling with that.) However, enough with the remakes. Methinks a boycott of remakes are in order on this blog. The only problem is, the pr’eks and n’eks that I follow or enjoy watching are partaking in these remakes endeavor. Which, quite frankly, puts me in an awkward position. To watch or not to watch, that is the question.
I’ve not actually seen any originals of the remakes so far so there’s nothing for me to go by. It’ll be pretty interesting when remakes of my favourite lakorns show up. Sawan Biang in 2018? I’m almost sure that’s gonna happen because SB appears to be shot once every 10 years.
So how was your first experience with kdramas? Falling in love with Min Chul yet? :p
I’m on ep8 and I love the drama so far, including the family conflicts and perfectly flawed characters- especially Min Chul. Gawd, he’s so mysterious, brooding and smart. I find myself drawn to his character mostly, probably has to do with his drool worthy good looks, impeccably dressed attire (men’s clothing hasn’t changed since 2001) and most of all, his romantic gestures towards Yon Soo. Every one of their scenes got my heart melting, as subtle and gentle as the scenes may be. I love how the drama is so character driven as well, we can understand why they turn out the way they do, their motives no matter good or bad are reasonable. Kdrama has some seriously good writers! Lakorn writers can learn a thing or two from them =) As I tweeted earlier, I have not fast forwarded any scenes. Thanks for the rec J, back to more BD today!
Drama rec-ing is tricky ‘cos people’s taste vary so yay, glad you’re enjoying BD. Lee Byung Hun (the actor who plays Min Chul) has such great screen presence I get totally absorbed in him whenever he’s on screen. No wonder San Jae got left in the dust and lost the girl. heehee.
Get your tissue box ready, loads of angst will be served up in the later parts.