This is another Lakorn starring Chompoo Araya A. Hargate. Wiwa Wah Woon is a reeeal Rom-com (romance-comedy). Before I go any further… Take a peek at the Trailer.
Little details —-
Title: Wiwa Wah Woon
Also known as: วิวาห์ว้าวุ่น Chaotic Wedding
Duration: 15 Episodes
Popularity: Rating of 11
Broadcast network: Channel 3
Broadcast period: May 10, 2010 – June 2010
Theme song: “Wiwa Wah Woon” Namcha & Techin
Ending song: “Kon Mai Roo Tua” Namcha & Techin
Production Credits —-
Director: Worawit Srisuparb
Company Name: Good Feeling
Ken Theeradeth Wonpuapan as Pawee
Chompoo Araya A. Hargate as Airada/Ai
Pip Rawit Terdwong as Ruj
Vicky Sunisa Jett as Matthika/Mart
M Apinun Prasertwattanakul as Toon
Pang Panchanida Seesaamram as Measa
Kong Sorawit Suboon as Tharadon/Don
Petch Rattanarat Aurthaveekul as Pookie
Sawitree Samipak as Pojanee
Dilok Thong wattana as Prayoot
Passorn Boonyakiat as Nuanthong
Sombat Kajornchaikul as Preecha
Jason Young as Tee
Yai Fundee Janyathanakorn
Lek Funden Janyathanakorn
Poy Paweena Thansrisuroj
(Credits — AsianFuse wiki)
I will try to keep this review spoiler-free as possible. As I’ve written earlier, Wiwa Wah Woon is a real Rom-Com, it’s really funny. The storyline isn’t anything out of the ordinary. Ai cornered Pawee into marrying her, well she was after his…….. Well, they got married, but things didn’t go as planned. Pawee also had a girlfriend (this P’ek ALWAYS have a girlfriend somewhere ~shakes head~). As usual the ”loving and loyal” girlfriend and her brother tries everything to make the marriage chaotic. Hmmm….. there were also 2 side love lines, one was more like the ideal couple and the other was just plain funny hehehe.
Ken plays the part of a rich player (that practically sums up his whole role), but later on he changed and….. Chompoo’s character is that of a con-artist. I really think this pair – Ken & Chompoo was really amazing, their acting was awesome and the supporting cast didn’t fall short either.
Although there were moments when I was like ‘arrrrgghhh’, ‘please not again’, ‘cringing’, but it’s really all worth it. There was also a lot of shooting, I think everyone has the license to shoot in this drama…… lol!!! Okay that aside, WWW was really really well acted, although the plot and story line may not be anything new but the acting was GREAT!!!.
I did like to rant — ~cracking my fingers~
There were some problems that the chief and secondary couple encountered, that shouldn’t necessary lead to a break up….. well, I guess the script writers and producers wanted WWW to be more ”interesting”. There’s always this responsibility issue, once the guy sleeps/rapes the girl, he has to take responsibility….. I don’t have anything against if it’s rape, but using it has a means to force someone to love you or to tie the other person all in the name of love. I really find it sickening, well if I see it in Lakorns, I really can’t help but continue, in any other drama, I guess I did be tempted to drop that drama.
Okay, enough with the ranting….. If you want to give Wiwa Wah Woon (Chaotic Wedding) a try check it out here!!!!
So, excuse me I’ve got to remove WWW from my currently watching dramas on the right-hand side of my blog 😉