THEY SOUND SO GOOD AND THEIR VOICES MELD TOGETHER SO WELL!!!
THEY SOUND SO GOOD AND THEIR VOICES MELD TOGETHER SO WELL!!!
Look at my babies winning awards 🥺😭 LOOK AT THEM!! I’M SO PROUD OF THEM 😭😭😭 CONGRATS MY LOVES 🥰🎉
idk i keep seeing people being super defeatist/unconvinced about shin woo/tae kyung being endgame so here’s my list of reasons why i’m convinced they ARE:
they met first...and their meeting was more memorable (see: dildo meet cute).
enemies to friends/lovers trope (kdramas love that).
there was more focus on the development of their relationship at the beginning of the drama (at least before tae kyung started liking da on), so the relationship development feels more significant between them since it’s spread out over the series...and bc it’s slow build.
shin woo had a crush on tae kyung before they'd even properly 'met' (kdramas love this too).
the keyring and the animation at the end!!
shin woo telling so hee that tae kyung doesn’t belong to him aligns with how tae kyung asked da on if he could belong to him...it’s interesting how they use the same language.
shin woo giving tae kyung the bandages symbolises/foreshadows how he’s the one that’s going to heal tae kyung’s broken heart.
timing between them is better since they're both at the same stage of acceptance, whilst da on is still struggling to accept his own feelings...i get the feeling that da on might get there in the end, but tae kyung might have already moved on by then??
they paint shin woo is such a good light?? like more than they need to if he's only the second lead. he encourages da on and gives him so many chances to make a move (i know second leads do this too, but they tend to only do this at the very end when they know they don’t have a chance anymore...or not make an effort to help the leads at all). and he's just so aware of both their feelings as well as his own. he has a very healthy mindset in regards to this.
shin woo's already started making tae kyung flustered/has him questioning things (eg. when they were watching the movie and tae kyung quickly brought up the movie bc shin woo was staring at him a beat too long...or when shin woo grabbed his face and tae kyung touched his cheek after shin woo left).
i also think the cast and crew themselves know what they’re doing...and the popularity of shin woo/tae kyung as a ship. it all feels very purposeful to me.
there’s prob more but that’s all i can think of off the top of my head rn and i just needed to let it out somewhere. i have a feeling they’ll prob play out this love triangle right up until the end, and then tae kyung might have his big revelation that shin woo’s been by his side this whole time (whilst shin woo’s thinking that he doesn’t stand a chance since tae kyung’s still hung up on da on).
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PP been getting that vocal training in, and Billkin sounds like butter as per uzh. And they won 4 awards on top of that!
I have no choice but to stan. I have decided to stan forever.
BKPP out there winning and stealing all the LINE awards from everyone for itsay while ipytm is not being mentioned is so satisfying to watch
So the sexual tension between these two is so strong. And the way they dance around each other is kind of funny.
Teh is still being selfish. I’m glad he admits he’s jealous but you can’t just string people along for your petty revenge. Aew was doing just fine going after Bas and Teh just kept ruining it.
But if you can’t commit to Aew then stop playing with his emotions. And then you wake that poor girl up at 5am to make her say she loves you and you don’t say it back
PP Krit For Mint Magazine Thailand
So Billkin see’s him 80% in Teh, whilst PP is 50/50 with Oh-aew.
The amount of support and yes love these two have for one another is as Billkin said irreplaceable. He calls PP his lifetime buddy, a very special person in his life that he is lucky to have.
“I think it’s a matter of chemistry. I don’t feel special with anyone as much as I do with him. For me, there’s no one like him, he’s irreplaceable” - Billkin on working with PP.
PP on the other hand is just proud to be by Biilkin’s side. Being an actor is Billkin’s dream he said, and all he wants to do is be there for him and support him in the pursuit of his dreams, which PP considers is a success for both of them.
“When I work with Billkin, I just let in flow naturally because we are close, this is what we do in real life” - PP on working with Billkin
Damn that is love.
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Billkin and PP Krit for L'Officiel Thailand
ipytm was just so unrealistic because imagine cheating on pp krit amnuaydechkorn
The cinematography in this series!!...chef's kiss
And the ost..🥺😩😩 how do I move on??
Directed by P'Boss>>>>
Hey, Oh-aew. What do you think about the play? It's...good. When I first read the script, I didn't really understand. But once I saw it myself, it's clearer to me now. Like, how? Well, the part when Akin and Fang were seducing each other...when it's portrayed, it made me understand the characters' feelings more. But I heard Teh complaining that he couldn't really play this scene. How did you do it? Get him to play? I didn't do anything. He just...lost his concentration. So I helped him concentrate. Oh. I thought there was some kind of extra workshop. What do you mean? I came here yesterday. I saw everything. You and him kissing. That's the workshop for this scene, like you really saw. What workshop? A director and an actor kissing... This is my directing style. What directing style? Didn't you see that I made Teh able to play? Oh-aew. I don't want you to overthink about stuff like this. Teh is an actor. What if one day, he has to play a role that requires kissing somebody else, will you keep being paranoid like this? All I did was for my play. And if Teh was able to play by himself, I wouldn't have to do that.
You said in the past week, I progressed very quickly. I could do it because of you. You know, I loved it every time I played Akin. Although he's complex, being able to understand Akin makes me understand you too. And I...I'm very happy that I got to know you this much. After this, I'm gonna miss Akin very much. And I'm gonna miss you too. You said I'd become your Akin. You're my Fang too. Teh...all I did was for you to be able to play this role. It's all about work. I did everything on purpose. I had it all planned. So you'd feel this way towards me. I thought you said every action has its own meaning. And what you did to me, all that was nothing? I just wanted to make my dream come true. Do you understand what I'm saying? Don't do this to me. No, you don't do this. You're an actor. You must be able to manage yourself. And you must be able to accept my kind of directing style.
I Promised You the Moon, Episode 4: Inside Out Director: Meen Tossaphon Riantong Cinematographer: Koi Boonyanuch Kraithong Score: Vichaya Vatanasapt Cast: Billkin Putthipong Assaratanakul, PP Krit Amnuaydechkorn, Oab Oabnithi Wiwattanawarang
I've said before I love duality in film, that thing where two things combine to show one true thing. Here the two things are two scenes: the two conversations...confrontations really...that Jai has with Teh and Oh Aew, where he puts his cards on the table. And the true thing we're trying to see is: who even is Jai? What is his super objective regarding Teh and Oh Aew? How does he really feel about this thing he did to them? Does he care? Is he guilty? What kind of a person deliberately does what he did? As the audience, you want to understand these things about a character, because at the heart of it you WANT to empathize with characters in a story. It's what makes us human, trying to find the humanity in others. We like to think we can 'read' people, mostly so we can judge them; should we like them or not, are they 'good' or 'bad', hero or villain of the tale? We need to position them in a role to make sense of the world we're watching.
IPYTM withholds that understanding from us, deliberately. We're supposed to be off balance and unsure about Jai, because Teh and Oh Aew are off balance and unsure about him. Up until Jai starts playing his stupid games, the story has told us almost nothing about him. Teh has been 'friends' with Jai for 3 years at this point, but he is starved to know ANYTHING personal about him. And we've seen from the very beginning that there is a weird, off vibe between Oh Aew and Jai. The pair of scenes here is the culmination of these character dynamics: Jai's inscrutability clashes, in turn, with Oh Aew's wariness and Teh's neediness, when his manipulations finally catch up with him.
It's extremely difficult to play a character whose super objective is shielded from both the audience and the other characters by design, and Oab's turn here as Jai is seriously masterful. He makes you watch his every microexpression, parse his every line reading. He plays the character so small, so suppressed, so internal. He expends every trick in his arsenal to give us nothing. Anything you do get looks and feels like Jai letting the mask he's constantly wearing drop for just a moment while he figures out the next chess move. Oab Oabnithi is a goddamn ACTOR.
In the first scene Jai's caught when he didn't think he would be. It's a week out from the performance, he's just gotten proof positive in the rehearsal room that his manipulation of Teh has had the desired effect and he's riding a bit of a high, and maybe letting out a sigh of relief. He's feeling relaxed and maybe a bit smug. And then Oh Aew starts asking some pointed questions and he realises he's trapped, and suddenly he's tense and defensive. You can see the body language change when Oh Aew asks about the 'extra workshop', the guilty blinking and the almost imperceptible gulp, the tension in his jaw.
First he decides to play innocent. He thinks Oh Aew may suspect, but he doesn't know. Then Oh Aew makes it clear that he knows what happened, and you see his mouth tighten, barely noticeably. A moment ago he was in charge and now he's not. He decides to brazen it out. Wide innocent eyes, breezy affect. Yeah we kissed, so what? It's nothing. Oh Aew is overreacting. He hasn't done anything wrong, it's just his style. It's Teh's fault (and by extension Oh Aew's) for not being able to play the scene without him having to intervene like this. You made me do this, this is on you not on me.
The second scene is only a snippet of the final conversation between Jai and Teh, but it's the crux of the whole thing. Again, Jai's having a moment where he's riding a bit of a high, even if it feels hollow like he says, when it's undercut by somebody else's feelings. Again, he feels trapped. As he listens to Teh's confession his face shutters. His eyes droop and narrow, his expression goes blank and then pitying. It's nothing. Teh can't control himself, this is how these things work. He hasn't done anything wrong, it's just his style. It's Teh's fault, him having to do this. You made me do this, this is on you not on me.
What this pair of scenes tells us about Jai is that when he feels trapped, he'll find the most effective way to escape. He knew the most effective way to get Oh Aew off his back would be to play on his self-doubt. He knew the most effective way to get Teh off his back would be to play against his need to be special. The almost clinical interest in them we've seen in tiny bits over the story, that thing that made Teh want to be his friend and Oh Aew uncomfortable with him, pays off for him. Because when he of necessity gets trapped in their psychodrama, the one that he didn't create but he certainly took advantage of for his own ends, he can escape. Thinking back to the story he told Teh about breaking up with James, this seems like his pattern. James too tried to 'trap' him with his feelings, so he ended it.
So to answer the questions, the true thing that these two scenes tell us about Jai: Jai is a person with serious ambitions, he believes he is destined for greatness, and he won't let anything get in his way. He'll do what he has to do, and you can't blame him for it. Does he have regrets about that? I think he does. But in the end he gets what he wants so they don't matter. He refuses to be weighed down by guilt or other people's feelings and expectations, so he'll escape them by any means necessary. You made me do this, this is on you not on me.
i think i’ve realized one of my fav cinematic techniques (is that the right terminology i dont actually know anything about film lol) is when the entire scene is recorded with a wide shot and doesn’t move at all,, instead the characters in the film move around the frame. idk what it is about those kinds of shots but it just feels like i’m looking at a moving picture frame capturing a real life scene and i’m just obsessed w it. itsay does this so often and so well and i think that’s why i love the show sm it’s just so beautiful
A couple of TehOhAew drawings I did for practice with colored pencils and acrylics
it’s unbelievable how beautiful they look
Billkin and PP for L’officiel Hommes Thailand