SanaeHa Ngern Tra
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- Title: SanaeHa Ngern Tra
- Also known as: เสน่หาเงินตรา, Money for , Khmer Title: Tirk Prakh Ontheak Snaeh
- Duration: 13 Episodes
- Genre: Drama/Romance/Slap/kiss
- Popularity: top rated/low rated/failure
- Air time: Mon - Tues @ 8h30pm
- Broadcast network: Channel 3
- Broadcast period: Oct. 26, 2009 - Dec. 7, 2009
- Theme song: "Rak Pon Toramarn (Love with suffering)" By Beau Sunita
- Producer: Add info here
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- Screenwriter: Add info here
- Company Name: Step Onward
- Por Tridsadee Sahawong as Siwapan
- Pat Napapa Tanakul as Farida (Fang)
- Mam Jintara Sukapat as Niannipa
- Joon Kittikun Sumridpansuk as Ronachai
- Saranyoo Prachakrit (Beam) as Panutat
- May Fuengarom as Siwaporn
- Santisuk Promsiri (Noom) as Sumet
- Daraneenuch Popiti as Pannee
- Chalit Fueng-Arom as Aekatat
- Meji Pimaksiporn Wingomin as Anong Lekha
- Jern Warunya Charoenpornsirisuk as ???
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After graduation, Farida or Fang got a job in Veerakij Company which there're Aekatat and Siwapan as the owners. Siwapan used to be heartbroken because his ex-girlfriend thought he was poor, so he had bad attitude towards women and thought that money could buy everything.
Later, Farida fell in love with Panutat, Aekatat's son and planned to get married with each other, but Farida didn't know that Panutat had an affairs with Siwaporn, Siwapan's sister. When Farida knew the truth, she wanted to cancel her wedding. But Panutat didn't want to, so he wanted to break up with Siwaporn. Siwaporn was angry, so she tried to defame Farida to Siwapan to make him hate her. Siwapan planned to revenge Farida by making her fall in love with him and get married with him.
Credit to Wasashimi's blog
Trivia or Interesting Info about this Lakorn
- Margie Rasri Balenciaga was originally casted to play Farida (Fang); the schedule conflicted with her studies.