Drama Somtum Muay Thai Giant Information

Somtum Muay Thai Giant
  • Drama Title: Somtum Muay Thai Giant
  • Alternative Title: 
  • Status: Completed
  • Genre: Martial Arts
  • Country: Others Asian
  • Published Date: 2008
  • Total Episodes: 1
  • Summary: 

    Nathan Jones, plays Barney Emerald in Somtum. He's a carefree guy, tricked by a pretty woman in Pattaya who later steals everything he owns, including his passport. Barney heads to the tourist information center to ask for help but the place was already closed. There, he meets Katen (Narawat Techarattanaprasert), an orphan street hustler. Barney is soon confronted by a gang who often harasses Katen but instead of driving the bad guy away, Barney turns out to be a wimp and too scares to throw some punches. Katen's friend Dokya (Sasisa Jindamanee), a Muay Thai fighter comes to the rescue. After the incident, Barney stays in a Buddhist temple, where he's given shelter. On a visit to Dokya's mother's somtum stall, Barney tries a taste of somtum, a traditional thai salad, out of curiosity. He feels like his mouth is burning and storms out to get some water. What he doesn't know is that when he turns red from the heat of spice, he's grained with a superpower.

  • Online Video Links: Click Here to Download Somtum Muay Thai Giant

Download Somtum Muay Thai Giant episode(s)

Other dramas you may like

Somtum Muay Thai Giant
Somtum Muay Thai Giant

Nathan Jones, plays Barney Emerald in Somtum. He's a carefree guy, tricked by a pretty woman in Pattaya who later steals everything he owns, including his passport. Barney heads to the tourist information center to ask for help but the place was already closed. There, he meets Katen (Narawat Techarattanaprasert), an orphan street hustler. Barney is soon confronted by a gang who often harasses Katen but instead of driving the bad guy away, Barney turns out to be a wimp and too scares to throw some punches. Katen's friend Dokya (Sasisa Jindamanee), a Muay Thai fighter comes to the rescue. After the incident, Barney stays in a Buddhist temple, where he's given shelter. On a visit to Dokya's mother's somtum stall, Barney tries a taste of somtum, a traditional thai salad, out of curiosity. He feels like his mouth is burning and storms out to get some water. What he doesn't know is that when he turns red from the heat of spice, he's grained with a superpower.

Gloves Come Off
Gloves Come Off

Obsessed with Muay Thai boxing. Kevin along with his Senior Kenny Wong (黃德斌), begins boxing in Thailand’s black market out of greed. As a result, Kevin commits an error that haunts him for the rest of his life. On his return to Hong Kong. And eager to forget his turbulent past, he finds a security job in the department of a sporting goods company. Though hopes of a mundane life, Kevin attracts the interest of his superior, Selena Li (李詩韻). When Kevin is involved in a misunderstanding with office assistant Raymond Wong. They discovers their mutual passion for Muay Thai boxing. Kevin's return to boxing comes via Dragon Fist Hall. Where he is to nurture the talents of both Raymond Wong and mute boxer, Nancy Wu (胡定欣). As mentor, Kevin reignites his passion for boxing and towards redemption. Unfortunately, Kenny plots against Kevin's every nurture for Raymond as his envy grows towards Kevin’s success. Turning student against master in an eventual climax that will test both trust, tenacity and friendship.

Beautiful Boxer
Beautiful Boxer

Rising even higher than the greatest expectations engendered by the International Press when it became a favorite of the film festivals, BEAUTIFUL BOXER is one of the more poetic, sensitive, luxuriously vivid and colorful films to come out of Thailand - and that is saying a lot, given the extravagant epics that yearly grow in popularity. This work of art is simply stunning in content, in direction, in acting, and in heartfelt simplicity of message. This is a great one! Writer/director Ekachai Uekrongtham based his first film on the true story of Parinaya Charoemphol AKA Nong Toom, a famous Thai athlete Muay Thai boxer (better known as 'kick boxer' - a demanding, dangerous sport) who entered the world of Muay Thai to garner enough money to help his family and pay for his ultimate sex-change surgery. A tough story to offer general audiences, perhaps, but Ekachai Uekrongtham presents this edgy biography with such cinematic finesse and care that it becomes a film that should appeal to a very wide audience. And much of that success is due to the towering performance by Asanee Suwan in his acting debut: Suwan is in life a professional kick boxer who won the title role after extensive auditions by many practitioners of Muay Thai. BEAUTIFUL BOXER takes us through the life of Nong Toom, his childhood in a family of loving accepting parents who respect his love of beauty and things feminine, his brief period of being a monk who must leave the monastery because of his inclinations, through his introduction to makeup and play-acting women's roles in the Thai theaters, his ridicule as being more girl than boy (a fact that results in his parents' incarceration!), and his devoted friendship with a girl who supports his desire for femininity and a young man who stands up for him in the boys' camp for learning sports. Gradually Nong Toom realizes that the only way he can make enough money to achieve a sex change operation is to become a successful kick boxer and he aligns himself with a trainer Pi Chart (Sorapong Chatree) and with much commitment and practice becomes Thailand's most famous Muay Thai. His self-respect is further established when he openly wears makeup in the boxing ring, causing many to believe his act is a gimmick and not the manifestation of his true transsexualism. He fights the toughest opponents and wins consistently until he at last arrives in Toyko for the 'big purse' of fighting female wrestler Kyoko Inoue (who plays herself). With the money from the fight he is able to have his surgery and becomes the famous actress and model now living in Bangkok.

Attack on Titan
Attack on Titan

100 years ago, titans suddenly appeared on Earth. Soon, human civilization veered on collapse due to the titans. Humans then built a giant wall to defend themselves. Within the giant walls, humans lived in peace, but, 100 years later, the giant wall is broken.

Bangkok Revenge
Bangkok Revenge

Manit was only ten years old when they killed his parents. A brutal, thoughtless murder, which included putting a bullet in his own brain. They should have finished the job. Rescued from death by a master of Muay Thai boxing, and afflicted with ataraxia - a brain injury that removes all human emotion - Manit has spent his life training to be a killing machine. It's 20 years later, and he's coming for them all. With fists, feet, and bloody vengeance, he's going to make them wish they were dead already.

My King documentary
My King documentary

This feature is mainly about the Thai King's merits and includes many rare footage restored in high definition. It is narrated in Thai by Bird Thongchai and in English by Christopher Wright in 2 separate audio tracks. National Geographic is credited as Associated Partner. This rip contains both the English and Thai audio and Thai and English subs which have been fixed of inconsistencies in names and missing spaces. I've used the 5.1 AC3 audio from DVD9.