8 comments on “La Ruk Sut Kob Fah Episode 02: Tricks

  1. The Crown Prince (CP) is so immature! I understand him wanting to love who he wants but to put the people around him in danger, very immature. I haven’t warmed up to his character. But what is the Queen’s problem with Kamin? Is he really the bastard son of the previous King or something? What is the deal? Why all this animosity? Sadly, Hareutai is a sweetie with an evil General father. Much better episode! Poor Kamin!!

    • Honestly, I still don’t like the Crown Prince. Haha. Weir is the son of the King and his girlfriend when he was studying in Thailand. But he later married the Queen. The King doesn’t know that Weir is his son. He just thinks he’s the son of his ex-girlfriend. The only one who know this is Mattana’s dad. Hope you don’t mind reading spoilers!

    • The Queen sees Kamin as a bad example to the Prince. She keeps thinking Kamin is trying to obtain and steal the throne from the Prince and the King. I agree with you in Hareutai. She leads a sad life. Her mother is pinches her and her father is just pushing her to marry the Prince, although they’re more like siblings.

      • “The Queen sees Kamin as a bad example to the Prince.” HA! I had to laugh on this one! But Hareutai seems to like him. But there is just something about Karnnika that doesn’t sit well with me. But I sympathized when she got her ear cut off! Damn! That was cold blooded! What is the cook’s daughter deal? I don’t mind spoilers!!

    • Hareutai doesn’t really have a say. She just does as her parents say. One time she even said “my mother told me to spend some time with you”.

      As for Krenika, I felt there was something odd about her when the Prince gave her one of his earrings. It felt like she was pulling some scheme on the Prince.

      Mintra is the cook’s daughter and was raised as a daughter by Mattana’s parents. She’s jealous and mad that she always gets blamed for what Mattana does and no matter what she does, she is only seen as the cook’s daughter. In other words, she’s jealous that they don’t see her as their biological daughter.

      Can’t wait to see when they realize who she really is.

    • No, Mintra has no blood relationship with Mattana or her parents. Just that she’s the cook’s daughter, but they took her in like their own daughter. She is a servant at times, as you might have seen her kneel outside the living room instead of sit on the sofa. Sometimes she follows Mattana around to make sure she doesn’t get into any trouble. But besides that, Mattana’s mom see her as her daughter, and even hope for Mattana to be as “mature” as Mintra is (although she is starting to do things behind their backs).

  2. Reblogged this on It's My World-NewKDramaAddict's Drama Sandbox and commented:
    The Crown Prince (CP) is so immature! I understand him wanting to love who he wants but to put the people around him in danger, very immature. I haven’t warmed up to his character. But what is the Queen’s problem with Kamin? Is he really the bastard son of the previous King or something? What is the deal? Why all this animosity? Sadly, Hareutai is a sweetie with an evil General father. Much better episode! Poor Kamin!!

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