Kum Nang Kruan: Episode 11
Yes, we finally get to see Luang Thep and Dararai’s adventure. And he gave her a kiss! This episode is quite funny especk ally from Luang Thep’s priceless expression.
Dararai is teasing and being a sweet mouth to Yordlah by praising that no matter what song Yordlah plays will be nice. She can listens to any song.
Pan and Puen are afraid of feeding food to the birds. They don’t want to go, and try to deter Yordlah by saying that no birds would come because they’re afraid of Dararai. Yordlah says that even if they don’t go, she would go. Since Dararai isn’t home, the birds have nothing to be scared of. At the end the servants decided to go.
I have no idea why Dararai is traveling again. Lol. Basically she travels with a bunch of merchants and refuse to eat when the servants ask her to. She also orders them not to call her jao nang and they should only call her jao Rai. The servants say if she doesn’t eat then they won’t eat too. Dararai wants to eat with the rest of the group. And if the servants don’t eat that’s not her stomach but theirs.
The group is attack by thieves trying to rob them. Dararai order the servants to go ask for help. So, they meet Luang Thep and ask for help. Luang Thep order Klak to tell their group to come help. On the other hand, Dararai is capture by the leader. The old man says he can’t hold himself anymore because even if Dararai is a boy he likes her. He asks Dararai to go to the back with him but she refuses to.
Luang Thep comes at that moment. The old man says that even Luang Thep is quite pretty. Luang Thep asks Dararai what the heck is the old man saying. She tells him the man wants Luang Theo as his wife. Haha. Both of them decide to run instead of fighting. Hah.
At night drying off their clothes, since Dararai is so good at making fire she lies that she comes from a family of hunters. Luang Thep scrutinize Dararai’s long hair and ask about it. She explains in a harsh tone that every men in the north leaves their hair long – unlike those in the south leaves it short as well as even the women. He says he knows but didn’t know they leave it that long. She tells him off not to bother with her hair too much. He noticed she has something binding her chest and inquires about it. She explains that it is not a cloth to bind her chest but to bind her injuries from hunting. He asks for her name so she tells him she’s Rai from Wiang Kaew. As for him, he’s Pak. He keeps looking at her and ask again if she really is not taking that off? It’s cold and if it doesn’t get dry she will get sick. She refuses to take it off because she isn’t cold.
He offers her his clothes since it’s almost dry. He doesn’t want her to get cold and die. He’s lazy to bury her. So he put it on her and noticed that she smells good. She says hers would smell good unlike his that stinks. He smells himself to confirm that her allegation is false. He says he smells good so she should smell him. She doesn’t have the mood to smell him, she says. She is worry about her people. She doesn’t know what happen to them. Luang Thep tries to assure her that perhaps his people came in time to help them. What their next plan is to return to Wiang Kaew. She will leads him there.
Wayu, the horse throws a tantrum and run away. Yordlah is worry about Dararai and asks for protection.
Luang Thep and Dararai have been walking back and forth in the forest. She doesn’t know why he stops again and if he keeps doing that they wouldn’t reach Wiang Kaew. He asks if she really knows where she is taking him. She says she knows because this forest is easy to read like the palm of her hand. If she knows direction so much then something must be wrong with her hands. He tells her to look at the mark of the tree. She explains what’s so hard about the mark? It’s there for people to track their own way. He says he doesn’t know about anything since he’s not the son or grandson of any hunters but what he knows is that he was the one who marked it with his knife.
Both stop and look for food. He says her chicken smells good and it is almost cook. Her stomach starts growling so he ask if she wants his food first? She refuses his offer and only wants her chicken. He says it is up to her.
He says he sees a river in the back and asks if she wants to go bathe with him. She doesn’t want to go because it is cold and so he can go alone. He asks about her injury on her chest. She says who told him it’s on her chest, it’s on her back. So he wants to see her injury if it’s on her back. She tells him to back off and stop bothering her about her injury. He needs to leave her alone. She’s so hungry she decides to eat his potato lol because her chicken isn’t cook yet.
At night the two encounter a strange monster that suck human’s blood and could make one paralyze. Dararai says she thought this monster is just a myth but it really exist. Luang Thep says it’s a good thing he feels something isn’t right and when he starts smelling a weird scent he thought it must be poison. That’s when he use his cloth to block his nose from smelling it.
Dararai says she doesn’t understand the little people’s language but she just know their people eat human. LOL! Luang Thep’s priceless expression on the meat they’re cooking is hilarious. The little people think the two are the monster because of the green blood that sticks on Luang Thep’s shirt. They’re going to prove it by using the green canine tooth. When one of the small guy puts it on their forehead both of them scream but deny being the monsters. He asks why did they scream then? Luang Thep says it’s so cold how could he not scream? Lmao.
Dararai explains the reason why he has the green blood on him because he’s a Kru who kills monster. Since he’s a Kru they want him to help their daughter who is possessed by spirit. Luang Thep takes a look and say the girl has a fever. They want him to chase the spirit away. If Luang Thep can’t, then they will die. While Luang Thep is meditating, Dararai will go find water and medicine. Luang Thep tells Dararai to run away and he will find a way to get out. At the end she didn’t run away. Dararai says she has the medicine and if the daughter drink it the spirit will go away.
He asks why did she come back? Dararai says she can survive since she’s a hunter. Luang Thep is concern that if they are found out it will be another story. Dararai is not scared because the daughter is only having a fever, not possess by a spirit. He holds her hand and thank her for not leaving him.
The little people say that they are indebted to Luang Thep for helping the girl so in return they will give her to him as a wife. He and Dararai say that they can’t married because Luang Thep believes in Buddha thus he can’t married. As for her, Luang Thep exposes her as a girl thus can’t married. Lol
Dararai asks when did Luang Thep knows her as a girl. He says when both of them were in the water. Her body keeps brushing against him, so of course he would know. She tells him he’s bad for keeping this. He’s like how am I bad? And kiss her! They heard a sound so they ran back to see one of the little people got killed by the monster. The little people ask Luang Thep and Dararai to help them hunt this monster. Dararai wants to help them. They say the monster is in the mountain. Luang Thep doesn’t want Dararai to go but she is firm on going.
Luang Thep asks for Dararai’s real name. She says her name is Rai but he says that’s her boy name. She swears her name is Rai and if she lies then heaven can thunder strike her. And the heaven really cry so, Luang Thep says he knew she lied.
He tells Dararai that separating the birds from their significant other creates karma. She says that birds don’t care because they can just look for another mate. Luang Thep disagrees that they don’t feel anything because many of them are a one hearted specie. They only have one mate in their lifetime. Dararai thinks if that’s the case then they are so much better than humans who has so many wives. Luang Thep and San Joy disagree because they categorize themselves as a one hearted man. He actually make her feel guilty.