Nuer Mek 2

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Nuer Mek 2 (เหนือเมฆ 2 มือปราบจอมขมังเวทย์)
Format Drama, Action
Starring Prin Suparat
Chalida Vijitvongthong
Pongpat Wachirabunjong
Chatchai Plengpanich
Country of origin Thailand Thailand
Original language(s) Thai
No. of episodes 9 (originally at 12)
Production
Producer(s) Chatchai Plengpanitch
Location(s) Thailand
Running time Friday - Sunday
Broadcast
Original channel Channel 3
Original run 14 December 2012 – 30 December 2012
Chronology
Related shows Nuer Mek

Nuer Mek 2 (Thai: เหนือเมฆ 2 มือปราบจอมขมังเวทย์; RTGS: Nuea Mek Song: Mue Prap Chom Khamang Wet) was a Thai action/drama lakorn that aired on Channel 3 and the sequel to 2010s Nuer Mek, it starred Prin Suparat and Chalida Vijitvongthong. It was terminated by Channel 3 on 4 January 2013 due to "inappropriate contents," and was replaced by Raeng Prathana on the same night.[1]

Sypnosis[edit]

The story revolves around SaengGla (Prin Suparat) a police officer who grew up in the orphanage foundation where he grew up with Namsai (Kamolned Ruengsri)a young woman who has fallen in love with him without him knowing. SaengGla had received an assignment from Rawee (Sonya Cooling) the commanding officer to find ruins that disappeared unfortunate aggressive and criminal plundering occurs. Thrisuwachara, Anantakata, Jukranarai, and Sungchayomkol are one of the four divine weapons that appeared in the ancient and holy textbook of divine weapons. SaengGla has work with Sergeant Saming (Pongpat Wachirabunjong) whose personality is completely different with SaengGla. SaengGla bases his judgement on scientific principles, while Sergeant Saming in omens and black magic. There were plans to steal the diamonds of Sungchayomkol from a diamonds display anniversary, SaengGla, Sergeant Saming, and Kram (Pasut Banyam) will work together in order to interfere the plan. The thieves that plans to steal the diamond of Sungchayomkol turned out to be enemies of black powers, not any bullets or weapons were have been able to harm them, only Sergeant Saming's bullet were able to harm them. During their fight with the thieves cause Kram to be heaveily wounded almost to death and has to be sent to the hospital, But Kram suddenly maniac and robbed the diamonds from the vault inside the office and fatally wounded Aroong (Rachavin Vongviriya) and followed her by committing suicide. SaengGla on the other hand asked Dr. Praepailin (Chalida Vijitvongthong) to perform a detailed examination of Kram and Aroong's death.

Cast[edit]

  • Prin Suparat (Mark) as SaengGla Apichai = Operative Strategy Unit from the Office of Special Investigation.
  • Chalida Vijitvongthong (Mint) as Dr. Praepailin Nawiyakul = Chief Director of the Institute of Forensic Tech in the office of Special Investigation.
  • Pongpat Wachirabunjong (Off) as Major Saming/Ai Monkol = Special spy from the Office of Special Investigation TSI.
  • Chatchai Plengpanich (Nok) as Vinvoo (master of sorcery) = The main antagonist in the story and master of black sorcery, later revealed to be the one who killed SangGla's father.
  • Sinjai Plengpanich (Nok) as Napa Tanrath = Previous commander in chief of the Office of Special Investigation and Dr. Meka Tanranth's daughter.
  • Jaron Sorat (Top) as Komsorn Suriyorn = Personal secretary of the Prime minister and Praepailin's ex-boyfriend.
  • Kamolned Ruengsri (Eye) as Namsai Pumipak = Skynews Network reporter and SaengGla's childhood friend.

Supporting Cast

Awards[edit]

Year Award/Recognition Category Nominee Result
2013 Mekala Awards Best Lakorn that Promotes Moral Behavior Nuer Mek 2 Won

References[edit]

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