Brave Man Standing

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Brave Man Standing
Komfak.jpg
Thai promotional poster
Created by Kartarhut Butpaket
Written by Seni Butpaket
Directed by Nontanan Sangsawat
Starring Nattawut Sakidjai
Woranut Wongsawan
Opening theme The Brave Man
Country of origin Thailand
Original language(s) Thai
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 19
Production
Running time approx. 60-70 minutes (per episode)
Broadcast
Original channel BBTV Channel 7
Original run 30, June 2008 – 01, September 2008
Chronology
Followed by Brave Man Standing II

Brave Man Standing (Thai: คมแฝก; RTGS: Khom Faek), is a Thai action drama lakorn, loosely based on an older Thai film of the same name. The lakorn became the highest rated lakorn in Thai history. It starred Woranut Wongsawan and Nattawut Sakidjai as the leading couple, and also included Cee Siwat and Cheer with Anuchit and Benz P.[1]

Summary[edit]

A group of gangs lead the world into the bloody action of Bangkok, Thailand. The atmosphere of animosity between the bad guys and good guys unlock everyone's experiences of beginning to find the chains within true love, family, and friends.

Reception[edit]

Kom Faek got enormous success from viewers. According to AGB Nielsen Media Research, it brought a big hit on screen which received 17 rate in its opening weekend and ended with 25 rate came from 14,916,000 viewers.[2][3] The Lakorn finally set the record for the highest rated lakorn in history as well as began one of Ch7’s hit makers for the second half of the year.[4][5] Moreover, Thairath Newspaper Finally reported that the winner for Best Lakorn of 2008 goes to Kom Faek along with Nang Tard and Dao Puen Din for CH 7 winner.[6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1]:Thai All Star. Accessed January 08, 2009
  2. ^ [2]:Wiki Sarnworld. Accessed January 08, 2008
  3. ^ [3]:t-pegeat. Accessed January 08, 2008
  4. ^ [4]:Introducing Lyn’s Lakorn Blog. Accessed January 08, 2008
  5. ^ [5]:Igossy. Accessed January 08, 2008
  6. ^ [6]dirtuary. Accessed January 08, 2008

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