Suparburoot Jorm Jon: Duang Jai Kabot (Thai Drama); สุภาพบุรุษจอมโจร – ดวงใจ
Suparburoot Jorm Jon: Duang Jai Kabot | สุภาพบุรุษจอมโจร – ดวงใจขบถ
“Suparburoot Jorm Jon” is a series about twins that got raised separately, one being a loyal soldier and the other one a trashy mouth bandit. Lieutenant Pasu, a soldier from Thailand must go on a mission to help Chao Saengjunta, a princess from Muang Jaai, in which the country has been overthrown by an army coup. This turned their closeness into love but will the political issues or a love of different status that will end first?
- Native Title: สุภาพบุรุษจอมโจร – ดวงใจขบถ
- Also Known As: A Rebel’s Heart , Gentleman Thief Series 1
- Screenwriter: Benchamat Danhiranrat
- Khmer Thai Drama
This review may contain spoilers
The storyline for this lakorn is pretty standard – royal families are under attack by rebels, the country’s princess needs protecting/saving. Although the storyline is typical and standard it was enjoyable to watch. Like it’s sequel there is lot’s of fighting scenes, action, gun shooting etc. Our ML Pasu isn’t shirtless as often as the sequel but there’s still lots of eye candy there.
The romance between Pasu and Chai Joi is cute and I’m glad that they cleared their misunderstandings earlier on. (Though it took them almost 2 episodes to clear which got me screaming). The main focus of the plot was getting Kiriluang back from the General Angu. Personally I was disappointed about the battle between Yuparach+Pasu with General Angu and his army. It was not a satisfying resolution – I feel that it could have been resolved better.
Around ep 6-8ish I got a little bored with the storyline as it was predicable and not as exciting. It picked up again mid ep 10/11 towards the end.
Side note: I watched the sequel first and then watched this because as we know this is a two part as our ML is a twin. This was about the younger twin and the sequel is about the older twin. I was hoping that in this one they would address the twin thing and how he may have gone missing – but that didn’t happen. I felt that was a missed opportunity to link and tie up the two. Throwing it at the end and briefly mentioning it for 30 seconds was disappointing. The only connection I got was Paothep because he appears in both – and even then I was wishing they would explain how he got stationed in Praiwaree.