Pang Sanaeha Thai Drama | ปางเสน่หา Also Known As: The Lost Soul , Charming Luck. Genres: Drama, Supernatural.Captain Taechyd (Tle)
Pang Sanaeha Thai Drama | ปางเสน่หา
Captain Taechyd (Tle) is put on probation after his case against Dennis, an infamous drug lord, fell through by Chief Saena. He travels to Pak Chong to stay with his best friend, Sritrung’s (Cheer) resort. There, he meets a ghost who has no memories of her past. Taechyd decides to call her Siangwaan (Min) because he finds her voice to be sweet. At first, Taechyd is terrified of Siangwaan but after a while, he begins to get used to her and eventually offers to help Siangwaan find out who she was before she died. Meanwhile, Sritrung runs into a man she believes is her ex-boyfriend from 10 years ago named Petch. However, the man claims he does not know Sritrung and tells her that his name is actually Paul. Despite being told so, Sritrung is sure that Paul is in fact Petch. (credit to kudalakorn).
- Native Title: ปางเสน่หา
- Also Known As: The Lost Soul , Charming Luck
- Genres: Drama, Supernatural
- Khmer Thai Drama
Prang Sanaeha (Thai remake) Native Title: ปางเสน่หา
- The synopsis did make me watch it. I have a soft corner for “”supernatural with a little heart”” kind of stories! And it is a mix of a little sweet, a little sad, little funny, a little face-palming and a bit of creepy horror. Yes, odd combination I know . The whole concept of putting such a manly main lead into such situations and watching him cope is hilarious at times, but watching the characters (of this world and hereafter) make connections is really well-done. The acting is pretty natural, the banter is so real, you feel you have said them or heard your friends say the same stuff at time, especially the main lead and his BF. The horror part is pretty well done too. Old school style horror but creepily close enough to real life: enough to give you the goosebumps when thinking about those sounds you hear at night when the wind blows. Can’t say much about production value, but give it a chance. WARNING it may be a little draggy for all those used to fast paced K-drama or high gloss j-dorama but still give it a chance. Once you get past the lackluster sets, the story & relationships unfolding will keep you hooked.