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Mark Prin Suparat as Sathit/Thit and Yaya Urassaya Sperbund as Jeerawat/Jee
A revenge, or raeng, drama which aired in early 2017 at Thai Channel 3. Jeerawat is a cheerful, hardworking woman, who models and is an actress. Her mother, a former prostitute, married a smarmy but rich man, who secretly lusts after his daughter-in-law. After he attempts to drug her, Jee manages to escape by driving away. Unfortunately, she hits a pedestrian in the road, a woman who later dies at the hospital.

The dead woman has a fiancee, Sathit, who happens to be a lawyer. He vows revenge on the female driver who killed his beloved Tiwadee. Unfortunately, Jee's stepfather and mother use their influence and money to hide and hush all evidence. Thit decides to stalk and bother her to find the evidence that she's an evil, manipulative temptress. In the end he finds out she's actually a good and kind person, despite her lowly beginnings, and graduallty falls in love with her.


The series contains examples of:

  • Beleaguered Assistant: Jee's coordi Suki has to protect her from all the bad things, deal with the constant demands of her overbearing mother, and still make sure she is on time and beautiful for her productions and photoshoots.
  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing: Sathit is convinced that Jee is complete heartless monster who murdered his girlfriend and covered it up.
  • Corrupt Corporate Executive: Jee's stepfather, Sitta, is a lying disgusting excuse for a human being, who manipulates everything around him with money and thugs.
  • Exact Eavesdropping: Jee's entertainment rival, Pim, seems to always find bits of juicy gossip wherever she is.
  • Gangland Drive-By: Jate catches a bullet in the shoulder when a motorcycle assassin crew show up for Granny's funeral.
  • Heel–Face Turn:Jee's mother who changes from a face-slapping, screaming shrew, to a nice quiet contemplative woman living in a temple.
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  • Hypercompetent Sidekick: Suki, whom Jee treats like a member of the family, also has the ability to put Jee's enemies in their place.
  • It's a Small World After All: Jee's music teacher's home just happens to be next to the dead woman's house.
  • Killed Mid-Sentence: Thit's reporter friend Wat, mowed down by a hit-and-run driver while talking to Thit.
  • Law of Inverse Fertility: Jee and Sathit have angry revenge sex. She, of course, ends up pregnant after that one-night stand.
  • Like Brother and Sister: Chaiyan is Jee's college friend, as well as the producer of the current drama she's filming.
  • Morning Sickness: Shows up months after impregnation. And only after Jee finds out she has a baby
  • Parental Substitute: Tiw's kind mother, asks Jee to be her spiritual daughter in place of her deceased child.
  • Pool Scene: Chaiyan's wife, Piak, decides to prove she can attract men, by having a pool party and paying guys to suck up to her.
  • Race for Your Love: Sathit runs to the airport to chase down Jee and tell her he loves her.
  • Second Love: Sathit falls for the woman who was involved in the death of his fiancee.
  • Surprise Pregnancy: Piak finds out she's pregnant, after Chaiyan has left her
  • There Is Only One Bed: Jee and Sathit end up sharing a room. He's on the floor before they go to sleep, but she wakes up to him next to her.
  • Wham Episode: Episode 1, when Tiw gets run over at the taxi stand.
  • What Did I Do Last Night?: Sathit, post blackmail sex night with Jee.
  • What the Hell, Hero?: Sathit, even though he is in love with Jee, takes her stepfather's word that is a bad person. Even though he has been investigating the man and knows he killed his best friend.

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