Drama Kaew Lorm Phet Information

Kaew Lorm Phet
  • Drama Title: Kaew Lorm Phet
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  • Status: Completed
  • Genre: Drama, Romance
  • Country: Others Asian
  • Published Date: 2015
  • Total Episodes: 24
  • Summary: 

    Pikul runs away to Bangkok while she is 9 months pregnant. That same night a businessman and his wife, Lada who is also 9 months pregnant, gets into a car accident with the bus Pikul was on. The crash causes both of them to go into labor. Later on Pikul overhears the police talking about arresting a fugitive, thinking it was her she ran to get her baby and instead took Lada's baby. She makes a run for it. A couple minutes later she figures out that it wasn't her baby so she goes back but finds out that her baby is ill and needs surgery so she lets the wealthy couple keep her baby so they can afford the needed surgery and medicine to keep her baby alive. 18 years passes and Pikul comes to Bangkok to run a candy shop or candy stall with her daughter, Namphet (Wiew Wonarot), who is actually Lada’s birth daughter. Namphet is an obedient and respectable young woman who holds high regards for her mother unlike Gaew Gao (Erin Siripan), Pikul’s birth daughter. Gaew Gao grows up to be a spoile

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