Drama Rak Nee Hua Jai Rao Jong Information

Rak Nee Hua Jai Rao Jong
  • Drama Title: Rak Nee Hua Jai Rao Jong
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  • Status: Completed
  • Genre: Comedy, Romance
  • Country: Others Asian
  • Published Date: 2005
  • Total Episodes: 20
  • Summary: 

    title : ????????????????? / This Love Belongs to Our Hearts, title: Sneah Smoss Oss Pbe Doung Jet///Kam Tob Khong Hua Jai " translated as "The answer of the heart" by Pup Potato or Buachompoo Ford ////Theeradeth Wonpuapan (Ken) as Phuwanai///// Janie Tienphosuwan as Ravinna (Vina)//Phuwanai is the only son of Dr.Phutas, a geologist. He worked as a photographer for a feature magazine in USA. After being away from Thailand for so long, he goes back for a vacation. He vacations in Krabi and borrows a boat to go out to the sea for squid fishing at night. Ravinna, is a famous model. She comes to see her mother who called her to see her in the yacht in the sea. Ravinna doesn't know that her mother sold her to a man Buang Suang because she wants the money for gambling. In the yacht, BuangSuang tries to rape Ravinna but she jumps into the sea to get away from him. She swims and sees Phuwanai's boat, so she tries to get in to his boat, and it ends up collapsing, leaving them b

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