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By Malie Bifc USA

[VDO]: Trailers of Bie Sukrit TV Drama

I just re-uploaded some trailers from Bie’s TV Drama on youtube… 

Roy Adeed Heng Rak (Trace of Past Love)


Hua Jai Sila (Heart of Stone), 2007

Prajan See Roong (Rainbow Moon) 


Aff Taksa-Orn & Bie Sukrit

Dok Rak Rim Tang (Love Found at the Edge of the Road)

Karm Weala Harak (Crossing Time to Find Love)

Khu Kam (Ill-Fated Love)

Jut Rak Viva Luang:  coming July 23, 2015, Wednesday & Thursday slot


10 comments on “[VDO]: Trailers of Bie Sukrit TV Drama

  1. Fujia69
    June 21, 2015

    Like, Like Like!!! I’ve see all of it. Only not, the last one.
    Thank you Malie!!!
    Nice day.

    • Malie BIFC
      June 22, 2015

      you are good. I still didn’t see his 1st lakorn… I saw the begin part but didn’t have a chance to finish the whole lakorn

  2. Zer
    June 22, 2015

    I’ve watched all of these except Karm Weala Harak (I couldn’t find it with Eng subbed) and Prajan See Roong (not sure about what the storyline was about and couldn’t find one with Eng subs either) so I didn’t watch them. Anyway, I loved all of Bie’s lakorns that I have been able to watch so far. It’s hard to pick the one you liked the most. They are all good storylines. I feel like Bie’s done almost every kind of lakorn, even though he’s done so few lakorns in all 8-10 years of his singing and acting career. His first one, it was a love/hate relationship story, second one was a revenge/slap-kiss story, third one (haven’t watched it), fourth one is a comedy/controversial story, fifth one is a musical, sixth one is a wartime story. His upcoming lakorn seems like it’s going to be a comedy again with some irony and the relationships are flipped (everyone’s not with who they should be with until the end). It’ll be funny to watch…=)

    • Malie BIFC
      June 22, 2015

      I subbed Hua Jai Sila, Prajan See Roong, Dok Rak rim Tang & Karm Waela on my old YT account… the account got deleted 2 years ago… lost everything 😥

      there are lots of songs in Karm Waela… Bie sang 30 plus songs in that lakorn… not sure if we will be able to upload. I want to re-sub Prajan See Roong again but the clips are old…

      Bie’s acting changed a lot from Roy Adeed to Hua Jai Sila. I would say, I didn’t like him that much in Roy Adeed 🙂 but when I saw him again in Hua Jai Sila, I was quite impressed with his acting. Dok Rak was fun to watch since I always like comedy.

      Prajan See Roong – he was an orphan. His birth mother didn’t want him when he was born, she threw him down a pond… luckily thick grass safe the baby from drowning. Arluck, an old gay man who lost his show girl position because he was too old found the baby on the grass… took him home and raised him as a son. PJSR was a story of a father and his adopted son… how Arluck raised Tawan through hardship, prejudice and illnesses. Tawan and his father were in an out of the hospital the whole lakorn 🙂 but it was a very touching lakorn. Bie and Aof Phongphat were sooo good together as father and son. I loved watching them together. PJSR won Best Lakorn of the Year from almost all award organizers that year.

      I like to see Bie in similar character like Sila again… I thought he did very well as Sila. I think Jut Rak is a modern story… the story line is more current

      • Zer
        June 26, 2015

        Oh, so that’s how it goes. lol. Thanks for the update! ^-^ I would love to watch all of his lakorn in completeness. I only need to watch his 3rd and 5th lakorn along with the new one coming out in July and I’ll be all caught up. Thanks again for the explanation. I love Bie playing Sila as well. I would love him playing that role again in a lakorn. His acting was so good in Hau Jai Sila. I absolutely loved him in Khu Kam too. He’s unforgettable as Kobori-san.

  3. Cici
    June 22, 2015

    Hi Malie, somehow I can’t find Bie’s TV drama , the ones that you just re-uploaded on YouTube. Can you show me how pls. Thank you

    • Malie BIFC
      June 23, 2015

      I don’t have them on my channel anymore… youtube deleted my old channel with all Bie’s Lakorn with Eng sub. When I have more time plus get my computer fix… I will re-sub and re-upload them again… right now I only have Khu Kam with Eng Sub

  4. TuQuyen
    June 23, 2015

    Hey Malie,

    I was just wondering if you’ve read the Khu Kam novels. I am really interested in knowing what was written in the Khu Kam novels. Do you think you would ever consider reading and translating it into English?

  5. Cici Do
    June 24, 2015

    Hi Malie, check your mailbox when you have a chance

  6. songielove
    July 2, 2015

    Thanks for compiling all these. It’s so fun fun to go over them again. My first love of P’Bie was through Roy Adeed Hang Ruk (although I cringed through it all, and still do haha). I had many problems with Tonnam (as did P’Bie hahaha), but he is still special to me because he was Bie’s first (“Tad Jai Mai Whai” captured me right from the start). But Sila will always be my most beloved character from P’Bie. His first musical did him well because his acting became more profound and raw. He needed that to portray a deep and broken man like Sila, who was so well- and thoroughly-written. P’Bie really made Sila his own (like how he madeKobori his very own). I’m very much looking forward to Khun Note in Jud Rak Viva Luang. I actually think it’s a different role and genre for him. He’s never really done a romantic comedy where the focus was the romance. Rom-com happens to be my favorite genre (with a bit of family and angst 😛 ), so I’m thrilled. I love the styling for it too, so all is looking very good. Excited!!

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