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Act-Things
Posted on February 5, 2022 at 7:30 PM

Today #F4Thailand is very intense because it seems that the friendship of the four boys has been reaching the breaking point when Thyme made a bold announcement that from now on, no longer will F4 have Ren. How's the story going to be? How intense will it be? Stay tuned.

So today we'd like to talk about the character Thyme, because right now it should be a point where we can obviously see the character's growth / development. From Khun Thyme, P'Thyme, we could see that this character is starting to open up more with other characters around him, from Gorya, friends, to maids, we could see that Thyme has begun to change.

One thing that 'Kru Shell' told us about the creation of the character Thyme was that they had to find a balance point of the expressions of this character. Nong Bright (Vachirawit Chiva-aree) had to find that (balance) point of the expressions of Thyme, between being Khun Thyme of juniors at school and being N'Thyme of friends. The actor must manage his expressions well - when to be Khun Thyme who likes to use his power and when to be a lovely N'Thyme of friends and viewers.

* Khun = Mr. or Ms.; P' = Phi = big bro/sis; N' = Nong = little bro/sis; Kru = Teacher

"We, as viewers, were very surprised that Bright has brought the character Thyme to life till it gave us goosebumps."

The role of Khun Thyme who rules the school reflects the pain of the character who grew up alone under his mother's pressure. We can see that in this Thailand version, it was clearly highlighted from whom Thyme came up with the idea of creating rules and games in school. Thyme at school is Thyme who ruled everything, created rules and wielded his power savagely during the first few episodes. We, as viewers, were very surprised that Bright has brought the character Thyme to life till it gave us goosebumps.

We believed that many people would secretly call him "Nhoo.. Luk.. Why so cute?"

Back to the character of Nong Thyme's, we have seen that Thyme has started to reveal some of his cuteness and naivety. We believed that many people would secretly call him "Nhoo.. Luk.. Why so cute?" Even us also smiled a lot at Nong Thyme's awkwardness. When he couldn't think of Thai proverbs or said something wrong or wanted to overpower Gorya, Kru Shell told us that, on this part, he worked with Bright and P'O (Patha Thongpan: Director) and concluded that N'Thyme is a wayward person and it seems that he thinks he knows everything and is good at it, but in fact he doesn't really know much. He's like a junior high kid who never has a girlfriend, but appears to be in the body of P'Thyme. F4 is the only gang of friends that he has and the only gang that understands Thyme.

* Nhoo and Luk (kid, son or daughter) are pronouns used adorably with little kid.

Then cut back the scene to now, it looks like friends are about to break up with friends. How is F4 going to be?


Tonight, please follow #F4Thailand. How much would friendship be shaken? What about Khun Rosalyn? Will Thyme calm down and listen to his friends or not? How would it be? Let's follow it every Saturday at 8:30 p.m. on #GMM25

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Source

All About Thyme | Act-Things:
www.facebook.com/actthings/posts/3950174991790020

Posted on February 5, 2022 at 7:30 PM

(Just before #F4ThailandEP7 started)

Translation by @BrightInterfan