Jirayu Tangsrisuk (Thai: จิรายุ ตั้งศรีสุข), better known by his nickname James (เจมส์), is a Thai actor. James was recruited into the entertainment industry by Meta Talent Management Agency founder, Charnchalard "Pik" Dhaweesap, who saw James' photos on Facebook and has since become his personal manager. He has become an overnight sensation after his first appearance on a TV series, Suparp Burut Jutathep (Prince Puttipat), which was one of the 5 mini-series in a mega project to celebrate Channel 3’s 43rd Anniversary in 2013.
Ranee Campen (Thai: ราณี แคมเปน, born December 24, 1989) or nicknamed Bella (เบลล่า) is a Thai actress and model. She is best known for her roles in the television dramas such as Porn Prom Onlaweng (2013), Khun Chai Puttipat (2013), Plerng Chimplee (2014), Padiwaradda (2016), Plerng Boon (2017), Bupphe Sanniwat (2018) and Krong Kam (2019) on Thailand's Channel 3. /Credit to Wikipedia/
### About Series "Beloved Loyal Wife (2016)"
To show her gratitude to her adoptive father, Rin Rapee accepts to disguise herself as his real daughter and marry Saran, to keep the old promise that their father made. Saran is a cold guy, suffering from his previous love. Although he knows that Rin's adoptive family has cheated on him, he doesn't want to be his bride again, as he already knows her beauty and kindness.
Love slowly blooms. But soon their love is put to the test, when Duangsawad, his former lover, returns to him, while Rin also feels guilty about the secret she is keeping from him.
Beloved Loyal Wife (2016) also Known As: Padiwarada , Pleng Ruk Jahk Chun , Beloved Loyal Wife , Padivarada
Drama: Beloved Loyal Wife
Aired: Jan 13, 2016 - Feb 25, 2016
James Jirayu Tangsrisuk as Saran
Ranee Campen as Rin Rapee
Mint Nutwara Vongvasana as Duangsawad
Mam Jintara Sukapat as Khun Ying Kaew
Kitsuwon Supakorn as Suea Khao
Ball Asanai Tientong as Arunrerk
Thanayong Wongtrakul as Chode
Top Daraneenute Pasutanavin as Mae Sai
Tong Savitree Samipak as Khun Ying Pankae
A Passin Reungwoot as Phannit
Kit Krit Amornchailerk as Chalat
Darling Arada Arayawut as Bodranee
Ampere Suttatip Wutchaipradit as Jim Lim
Sommart Praihirun as Phra Pijan
Witawat Singlampong as Narlit
Dao Pimthong Washirakom as Braralee
King Somching Srisupap
For me, the idea of a couple gradually falling in love through an arranged marriage is a fascinating concept because I am a big believer that while passion and romantic love are dramatic things, and stress it has no place. test of time. What stands the test of time is the love and devotion that comes from slowly knowing who you are, mistakes and all, and still choosing to forgive and accept that person in your heart. yourself, and try to make everything work. Warm gentle love vs explosive passion = warm tender love for yourself. So the fact that this is not your explosive, dramatic slap/kiss in Thailand, makes this a very different beast.
The story is set in the 1950s - love its period feel with fashion and outfits. The tempo can be a bit slow for those who are used to fast paced, flexible, dramatic. On the contrary, it has a relaxed, dreamy feel here. The show takes its sweet time showing us the background of the main characters and largely focuses on your day-to-day life in that era.
However, the show isn't exempt from some of the usual drama about the badass second female lead. Honestly, I was shocked at her outrageous and ridiculous behavior. And I'm not sure if that's a dramatic license, but some of the scenes with her were incredibly unrealistic to me. There is also a plot throughout the series about a group of criminals that the male lead is supposed to arrest. The leader of the group, White Tiger, practices black magic and uses it for nefarious purposes. Some of this might seem a bit far-fetched to viewers who don't subscribe or don't believe it, but as I myself come from an Asian/Eastern culture, I know that some people really believe in this kind of thing. So if this aspect of the show doesn't rock your boat, feel free to skip or fast-forward those scenes. I've definitely done it myself and found that it doesn't detract much from the main plot, which is about how the two main characters gradually fall in love through living together and discovering more about each other.
There are other supporting couples (2 female leads), but I confess they didn't really catch my attention as my main focus throughout this series was on the 2 female leads. But these events certainly bring some drama and also break what some might consider monotonous when watching the 2 main characters interact.
Personally, I don't see that the slowness and love and understanding that gradually budding between the main roles become monotonous or boring in the slightest. In fact, this is really the only reason I kept watching this series until the end because, as I mentioned earlier, I'm someone who likes to gradually build up love and trust, as well as gentle and warm love.
I also particularly like the kind of themes the show explores, about the types and types of people one looks for in a mate, and the kind of forgings and compromises one has to make in a relationship in order to be in a relationship. everything went smoothly. Because life can be long and the roads can be tough, and it's good for the characters to check out the kind of partner they want to have with them as they go on this kind of journey. Not many lakorns explore such broad, overarching concepts and values, so this lakorn itself has more depth and depth, than countless others out there.
ACTION / CHARACTERS
Since I mainly focus on 2 main leads, this will be my main review point. BELLA RANEE, who plays Rin aka Brulalee, does a great job of portraying her as the noble, gentle type of high society woman. Generally restrained, gentle and delicate, I really like her personality and persona. I also like that she takes care of the housework (though who actually cooks in the kitchen with those outfits?), and isn't a wilted flower when she's feeling strong. about something. Rin isn't a one-dimensional character, and I like that she's relatable and realistic (unlike the caricature of the second heroine).
JAMES JIRAYU - who plays Saran, looks pretty young as a Deputy Sheriff and the male lead, but I feel warm to him because unlike your alpha-male dominant character, Saran exudes confidence. but not too aggressive or too impulsive. He also has human flaws. What I like about this lakorn is that Saran is pretty quick to get close to Rin and is willing to give her a chance and make things go smoothly for her at the beginning of the show. James makes it easier to like Saran and understand his conflicts. He has a sweet smile and can take on a cheeky look at times, which makes his character quite cute at times.
Also, I think the two leads look very well together and there's a relaxed spontaneity in their acting, which makes their love and warmth believable. It's thanks to the power of this amazing chemistry that I enjoyed the movie as much as I did, which is great for both James and Bella because their portrayals of characters made me like them and inspired the ending. their happy ending.
I really like the soundtrack and think it suits the mood and tempo of the show very well. There is a dreamy, slow mellow feel to the music very reminiscent of that period. However, by the second half, I think Rin and Saran's theme songs started to get overplayed. It would be great if they changed the songs from the second half of the show on to avoid getting tired of singing.
I probably won't watch the whole show again but I might re-watch certain segments of it for Saran/Rin interactions because they're so adorable and sweet. Overall, it's a lovely, sweet, warm, and slowly building up little show. If you like this kind of style and premise, then you should really consider giving it a try - it certainly won't let you down in that respect.
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