Chaloey Sak (2010)

Chaloey Sak (2010) (2010)

  • Genre: Drama, Family
  • First Air Date: 2010-01-19
  • Last Air Date: 2010-01-19
  • Total Seasons: 1
  • Total Episodes: 27
  • Status: Ended
  • Networks: Channel 3


Lieutenant Yothin Warat is a war hero from WWII, he was recognized for his involvement in the Free Thai movement during the war. Lieutenant Yothin has a bright future ahead of him and is engaged to Piromya, the daughter of a minister. Things turn bad for Lieutenant Youthin when his father Phraya Sawamipak Warat encounter financial problems in his shipping business. When Phraya Sawamipak’s company was in turmoil, Atisak,a businessman, took the opportunity to buy stock from the company . He offered Phraya Sawamipak money to fund the company in lieu of Lieutenant Yothin being his prisoner for 1 year at his home in Mon Pha Luang to take revenge on his family for slandering their family name years back. Atisak's sister Alisa is in love with Jao Kwan Fah , a womanising prince from a neighboring county and is in charge of supervising Yothin, their prisoner.

  • Keywords: kidnapping, remake, revenge, romance, thai, family feud, lakorn, enemies to lovers
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    Chaloey Sak (2010) Seasons

    Season 1

    First Air Date: 2010-01-19
    27 Episodes

    Chaloey Sak (2010) Episodes

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    • Ohm Atshar Nampan

      as Yothin Warat
    • Anne Thongprasom

      as Alisa Santatiwong
    • Gosin Rachakrom

      as Jao Kwan Fah
    • Rinlanee Sripen

      as Piromya
    • Karnjana Chindawath

      as Sisawang
    • Sakaojai Poonsawatd

      as Inweelai
    • Sinitta Boonyasak

      as Seebo/Jun Kaew
    • Sompob Benjathikul

    • Kriengkrai Oonhanun

      as Minister Ratcharit
    • Dom Haetrakul

      as Atisak Santatiwong
    • Runya Siyanon

      as [Khwanfa's Mother]
    • Dilok Thongwattana

      as [Yothin's father]
    • Sommart Praihirun

      as [Kwan Fah's father]
    • Lek Sa-Ard Piempongsan

      as Thao Mey
    • Victor Kritchapol Jarrusak