“ROM is expensive” Explain it clearly “Bhutan” with “Kate Sorang“
It is named after the drama. “Saucepan“ On air, drama fans were confused about his reincarnation. “Kate Sorang“ In a body “Bhutan”
To clarify “ROM is expensive” Explain it clearly “Bhutan” with “Kate Sorang“ once again
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She made this clear the day before giving a media interview. I feel like I’m explaining the story. “Bhutan” with “Kate Sorang” I’m confused, so I’m here to explain the idea behind the scenes of writing an author’s novel to help fans ease their doubts a little more.
In Ket Surang’s novel Kham Phop in the year BE 2009 At that time, Bhutan Ayu3One year is enough8The year of Karak has come. And then live again12Year to year 2569 Who crossed the world in the era20
This is why it is necessary to use the Bhutan model. Because before that she was still in hell. I got the merit from Kitsurang. Phra Royangrit and another great person
Because the writer wants to differentiate for the reader to see that the body is not the body. It is not just a veneer that is used temporarily to make the matter more clear. There will also be conflicting issues regarding the changes that occur in the body whose soul has been changed.
As the last period of the Krungsri era will be remembered little (this may be confusing) during the time it crossed the world. Jumping further through time (which is hinted at in the novel when she is pulled to find out the truth of the whole story) in order to meet her true companion. Because if the past and present tense were to go together from the time Kisasurang crossed the world, Votan would meet Father Red, who is only his age.11-12year
Seriously, I think a lot, I think a lot, but I explain it briefly in the novel so that readers can think and imagine it themselves according to the way the novel is written. When it turned into a drama, I don’t know how he would explain it. It will be interesting to see how events unfold.
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