She tells him I love you in her own way, instead of saying it, instead of being overly sweet, she jumps on his back to show him she loves him. It’s sweet in a Soifah way tomboyish way. It was a fun ride and it’s coming to end...
She tells him I love you in her own way, instead of saying it, instead of being overly sweet, she jumps on his back to show him she loves him. It’s sweet in a Soifah way tomboyish way. It was a fun ride and it’s coming to end, this couple made you laugh and then there were a few parts you found endearing. The abuses and kicks he endured from his love it’s hilarious. One of my favorite lines from Soifah is: ‘this is my tradition, who ever touches me, gets a kick.’ This was when he attempted to carry her over the threshold to their room, explaining it is a tradition by foreigners to carry their brides over the threshold and she kicked him–whatever fool don’t touch me!
The things she would say to him, it’s just downright hilarious. Like the bunny scene in ep 3, out in the forest, Soifah and Khun Chai Rachanon caught a bunny but Soifah wanted to let him go. ‘Let him go, he is so cute. I don’t think I can eat him. Pah Yai also taught us not to kill animals if not necessary.’ He agrees with her, but they have no food. She explains they are in the forest, they have plenty of options, they should go find shelter first. With that he realizes:’ a woman will always be a woman–compassionate, sympathetic. Why are you sympathetic to that bunny but not to this bunny?’ He asked.
Her reactions was hilarious:’EWW! That bunny is cute! But you…you’re very disgusting.’
Their relationship has progressed substantially, she is letting him in and accepting his advances. Yesterday episode 10, she finally lets her heavily guarded emotions down and confessed she loves him too. She is near the creek, drinking water. They are talking about how he prefers if she is still in her hometown, safe and sound, not fighting a war to reclaim her country and to save her father.
She tells him he doesn’t need to worry about her, she had to come because this is her country and that is her father being held captive.
Khun Chai Rachanon:’Hey, up to this point you still don’t know why I am so concern about you? Why I have been trying to prevent you from coming along too?’
She turns to look at him. ‘Why?’
He inches closer to her. ‘Because I love you. There is no man in this world who will allow his love to face death. I am not of the Vieng Poo Kam people, but my wife is. Like you once told us, where ever a husband goes, a wife must follow. If you are willing to risk your life, I am ready to die with you. ‘
Soifah:’No. I will make it alive. I will not let you die because of me. We will return to be together again. And I will be very good to you like you are good with me. If not necessary, I will not let you be physically hurt again.’
With a smile, he wants her to say she loves him. ‘Up to this point, can’t you just say I love you?’
Soifah:’A person like me will not tell someone she loves him that easily. People who love each other don’t need to say ‘I love you’ to know they love each other.’
Khun Chai Rachanon:’Oh, meaning actions mean more than words.’
She slightly nods. He wants proof and she tells him to turn around. He gives her this dumbfounded look but does as he is told.
Then she jumps on his back. He was like what?
‘This is how you say I love you to me?’
Soifah:’Don’t say much, just take me to back to the camp.’
Khun Chai Rachanon:’Fine. But hold on tight.’
Soifah exasperated: ‘we can go now.’
It ends today June 15, 2013. Boo.
Their conversation starts at the 7:00 time mark.
The song in the clip is titled ‘Kwaam Ruk (Love)’ by Naen Sathida.