- Title: Tawee pope / ทวิภพ
- Also known as: Two worlds
- Duration: 17 Episode
- Genre: Drama, Romance
- Popularity: Rating of 10
- Air time: Monday - Tuesday
- Broadcast network: Channel 7
- Broadcast period: August 1, 2011 - September 27, 2011
- Theme song: Tur Ker Krai (Who are you) "Khun Nalinrut"
- Insert song: Ruk Tur Samur (Love you forever) "Pancake Khemanit Jamikorn"
- Relate to: Tawi Pob (1994)
- Director: Add info here
- Screenwriter: Add info here
- Company Name: Dara Video
- Pancake Khemanit Jamikorn as Maneejan/Manee
- Aom Akkaphan Namart as Khunluang Akarathep Warakorn
- Grace Karnklao Duaysienklao as Kul
- Arnus Rapanich as Character Name
- Nat Thephussadin Na Ayutthaya as Tron
- Sun Pichayadon Peungphan as Raiwat
- Pooklook Fonthip Watcharatrakul as Prayoong
- Kelly Rattapong Tanapat as
About Nang'ek travel to the past by a mirror where she meet Pra'ek. There they fall in love, but what will nang'ek decide, will she go and live with pra'ek in the past, or will she stay and live like her regular life right now with her family??....
credits go to: Ch7 and Sherlyi [this is a short summary]
Review by LakornGods:
Tawee Pope is famous. It is many people’s favorite lakorn [or among their favorites]. Every ‘older’ [but young at heart of course!] avid lakorn watcher knows of it. A present-day modernist nang’ek time-travels via a mirror to the past to meet old-fashy pra’ek. I myself have watched a bit of the 1994 original but do not recall anything of it aside from what I summarized in the sentence before. Therefore, I am unable to review Tawee Pope in comparison to its predecessor. When news came out of its remake, I was thrilled at the general storyline of “two worlds” bringing together two soul mates [more because of Om!], then disappointed that Pancake was the nang’ek, and as I watched it, I clearly became disappointed. Fans bashed the remake calling it an epic failure. I agree. Godninja boldy rates Tawee Pope with 2 stars.
Since Tawee Pope lacked in the goodness department, I must mention my top five scenes: 1. [Scenes in this case] Whenever Khun Luang managed to crack smile or roll his eyes. If not for you, I would have been long gone. 2. Khun Luang (or was it Manee?) meekly confessed he likes her and they held hands. Such a little thing, but it was so cute. At this point, I was just begging for any hint of romance! 3. Khun Laung hugged Manee back when the mirror called her to return. After the first time, he was a selfish bastard. 4. Om Akapan took off this shirt for me! This was when Khun Luang had a brawl showdown with Arnus [don't recall this character name] as a diversion to get the letter. 5. The morning after ending of course! Pixs on top. So freaking jealous!
I think that is all the nice stuff I can say about Tawee Pope, so there comes the hating. Number one thing that this lakorn killed was…it’s whole purpose. And if you don’t have a purpose, then you automatically fail. Simple as that. There was no significance to the time-traveling. There was no focus on the historical events which I thought was the point of Tawee Pope. The idea of Manee as a weapon of trickery to coax intelligence from the foreigners had so many possibility of epic plotline. Even though she manged to extract the ‘valuable’ info, they never showed how it was significant. Perhaps how it was used to counteract the imperialism or anything, really!
Few more notable things to diss: Though according to character, Pancake over-acted, and even my Om bored me. You can’t be handsome forever, baby; I need some facial expressions. I wanted to rip off my laptop screen at the immense stupidity of Manee and the mirror. Mirror mirror on the wall, why can you let Manee bring in electric shavers but not a book. You want her to changed history, but you also limit her. This is the paradigm of time-traveling. And Manee, if you couldn’t bring the one important book, why the heck didn’t you just read it and remember it. I thought you were smart? Oh, I can’t forget the lack of romance. You made me angry too many times.
Enough, I will only complain on one more point-the ending. Apparently in the original, the mom and the friends were able to come to the past. Okay, in this one, the mom appeared in the past, but she did nothing. Where’s the logic in that? What I would have loved was a little family tree or something at the end to know how their life went. How many kids they had, going to grandkids and so on the to present…then [I'm really am wishing too hard] goes to a single great great (whatever how many great) granddaughter. And then flash, we see Kul, Tron, and Raiwat meeting a descendent of Manee and Khun Luang. And because I felt so bad for Raiwat at the ending, he should get their descendent. Now this would have made up for all of the disappointments.
Trivia or Interesting Info about this Lakorn
- This is a remake of Siriem & Saranyu version.
- There also a movie version of this lakorn The Siam Renaissance staring: Eak Rungsiroj & Florence Faivre
- There also a musical version of this lakorn staring: Captain, Pat Suthasinee, Kob Songsit & Panadda
- There going to be another musical version of this staring: Dome Pakorn Lum and Nat Myria Benedetti in 2011