Cheewit Puer Kah Huajai Puer Tur 2016
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- Title: Cheewit Puer Kah Huajai Puer Tur (ชีวิตเพื่อฆ่าหัวใจเพื่อเธอ)
- Also known as: My Life is to Kill, My Love is for You
- Duration: 18 episodes
- Genre: Drama/Romance/Action
- Air time: Mon-Tues @ 8:30PM
- Broadcast network: ONE HD
- Broadcast period: March 27, 2017 -- May 23, 2017
- Theme songs: Opening: Wan Nee Mee Tae Tur (Today I Have You) by Ae Jirakorn
- Related to: Chee Wit Puer Ka Huajai Puer Ter
- Source:: AGB Nielsen rating
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- Producer: Khun Pon Piewnaen
- Director: Kongkiat Komesiri
- Screenwriter: TBA
- Company Name: Exact - Scenario
- Jespipat Tilapornputt as Wayu
- Mo Monchanok Saengchaipiangpen as Pavarin
- Captain Phutanate Hongmanop as Surasee
- Willie Ruengrit McIntosh as Thanatat
- Ak Akarat as Sarut
- Woonsen Virithipa Pakdeeprasong as Marisa
- Dew Alongkorn as San
- Thanayong Wongtrakul as Mao
- Plerng Pollapakk Vacharaponghiran as Sun
- Fresh Arisara Wongchalee as Kit
- Pimpan Chalaikupp as Komsorn
- Hongyok Pornphan Rerkatakarn as Hong
Cheewit Puer Kah Huajai Puer Tur is a modern day Romeo and Juliet love story.
Wayu (Jes), the number one assassin, has an introverted personality. He does not like associating with anyone. Wayu works with other hitmen under Surasee (Captain), their boss. Surasee opens a pub as a front and has Wayu pose as a bartender. Pavarin (Mo) is a sculptor who just recently graduated from America. She is also the daughter of Thanatat (Willie), a frozen foods business owner, who is involved in illegal drug trafficking. By fate, Wayu and Pavarin meet at the park often and eventually grow fond of one another.
Surasee is hired by Thanatat to kill Thanatat's business rival due to conflicting interests. However, Surasee gives the job to Wayu. On the day of the incident, though Wayu accomplishes the mission, Pavarin, who was also in the area, gets injured. Sarut (Ak), a young police officer who is Pavarin's childhood friend and secret admirer, steps in to work on the case.
Due to Thanatat's drug trade, his enemies target Pavarin for revenge. Luckily, Wayu comes in and saves her. This causes their friendship to grow deeper and eventually turns into love. When Thanatat finds out that his daughter is dating an assassin, he orders people to kill Wayu. But Surasee finds out and threatens Thanatat that if he does anything to Wayu, he will do the same to Pavarin. Therefore, Thanatat backs out.
Marisa (Woonsen), a singer at Surasee's pub who is in love with Wayu, gets kidnapped by Thanatat's right-hand man, San (Dew), after running into him one night outside of Wayu's residence. She escapes with the help of Komsorn (Pimpan), a new drug dealer from the North, who is also Thanatat's rival. When Thanatat discovers this, he hires Wayu to kill Komsorn, hoping to kill two birds with one stone. That is, get rid of his enemy and also trick Wayu into breaking his promise with Pavarin, that is, to not kill again. This plan of his becomes successful. On the day of the arrangement, Pavarin witnesses Wayu shoot and kill someone with her own eyes. Devastated, Wayu distances himself from Pavarin.
When Sarut finds out about Thanatat's drug business, he aims for an arrest, but Thanatat offers him a deal to get engaged to Pavarin and frame Surasee. Sarut accepts the offer. Surasee is furious that Thanatat backstabbed him so he orders his men to bomb Pavarin and Sarut's engagement party. Wayu finds out about this and rushes over to save Pavarin. The two run away together in hopes of starting a new life together overseas. However, more problems arise when Sarut puts out a warrant for both Wayu and Surasee. A love filled with obstacles, where will Wayu and Pavarin's fate bring them? Who will survive the battle between Surasee and Thanatat?
cr @TubbyTinker / revised by toomo
- This is a remake of the hit lakorn by the same name starring Captain Phutanate Hongmanop and Pin Kejmanee Pichaironnarongsongkhram.
- This is Jespipat Tilapornputt's first lakorn as pra'ek; he debuted as a supporting actor in numerous lakorns beforehand.
- This is Mo Monchanok Saengchaipiangpen's return to nang'ek after several years of playing supporting and nang'rai.
- This is Jes and Mo's second series together. They also starred in the sitcom Ruk Tae Mae Mai Pleum as a married couple.
- In an interview at the Nine Entertain Awards 2016, Jes and Mo were questioned about their relationship offscreen. They revealed that they've been friends and part of the same circle of buddies since before they entered the entertainment industry; hence, they are close.
- This is Ak Akarat and Mo Monchanok Saengchaipiangpen's third lakorn and fourth series together as love interests.
- The director for this lakorn is the same one who directed Tawun Thud Burapah 2015, which Mo Monchanok Saengchaipiangpen and Ak Akarat also acted as supporting characters and a supporting couple in.
- Captain Phutanate Hongmanop, the lead actor from the original version of this lakorn, guest starred in this remake as Surasee, Wayu's mentor and guardian, previously played by Sorrapong Chatree.