After some accusing words of Karat being a widow for three times from people around Pisud, she decides to leave him alone. Pisud comes to her fashion show with a huge bouquet. He even gets on stage to confess his feeling for her.
Karat thinks of what his mother told her, that she didn’t want to see Pisud die like her previous husbands. Karat rejects him and runs out of the event and drives off.
Pisud follows her to where Karat had to park her car because it ran out of gas. Karat tries to run away from him but Pisud backhugs her.
Karat: “Why do you mess with me? I chased you away so you go your way and I will go mine. The two of us will never be able to be together, Khun Pisud.”
Pisud: “That’s not true. Do you remember the day you hitchhiked in the middle of the road, I looked at you hesitantly whether or not I should stop my car and let a woman I didn’t know to get in my car. I almost passed you by but my heart made me feel in a way that I couldn’t leave you. I didn’t know why I felt that way either. But today I know it now, Kang, that day I stopped my car to give you a ride and you (happened to) wave to my car, it’s because we were destined to join path. Therefore, no mater where you go, you will see me there. You won’t be able to run away from me, Kang…and I will never abandon you.”
Tears fall from her eyes, “Khun Pisud.”
He looks into her eyes and says, “Marry me, will you?”
He waits for her answer. She finally nods.
Karat: “You proposed but where is the ring?”
He gives her a pack of some sweet.
Karat: “Just some sweet for proposing to me?”
Pisud: “Do you remember that you asked me to come up (experiment) with a unique taste of the sweet that belongs solely to you? And this is the taste that I have, solely just for you.”
She looks at the label, “Pisud Taste”
Karat smiles and says, “Pisud Taste.” She opens the package and pulls out a cute yellow case.
Karat opens the cover and sees a ring inside. At the same time, Pheung opens Pisud’s present for her birthday thinking it’s a ring (she saw him buy a ring) but it’s not.
Pheung: “No! It’s not true. No, it’s not true.” She tries to search for the ring. Her aunt says if it’s not there, that means there’s none. He could buy it for someone else. Pheung asks, “Who? Who did he buy the ring for?” Her aunt says she doesn’t know that. Pheung screams, “Who did he buy for?!”
Pisud puts the ring on Karat’s finger. He says, “Pisud Taste isn’t quite sweet, not that spicy. It’s the kind of sweet that has rather plain taste because it was produced by a pure heart, no artificial flavors. Not sure if you would want to taste it.”
Karat: “I will eat all of you.” And they seal it with a kiss.
Both households are on fire knowing the two are in love. Karat declares to her mom that if she wants to get married, she will get married. Grandpa tells his daughter to sit down and wait for them (Pisud’s family) to send a respectable elder to ask for Karat’s hand.
Pisud’s grandmother (a royal blood) refuses to go ask for Karat’s hand for him (due to Karat married for three times) so his mother offers to do that for him. He smiles.
Aww,…it’s sweet yet sad for Karat and Pisud and the dialogs between them and his mother were beautiful coming from a mother with the only son, and the couple who are pretty much in love 🙂
Pictures credit Samee Teetra-Pantip