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A Tale of Thousand Stars (นิทานพันดาว 1000stars; Ni-than Phan Dao) is a 2021 Thai television series starring Earth Pirapat Watthanasetsiri and Mix Sahaphap Wongratch.

Directed by Aof Noppharnach and produced by GMMTV, it is one of the twelve television series for 2020 showcased by GMMTV during their "New & Next" event on October 15, 2019.

Synopsis[]

A volunteer teacher dies in a tragic accident, in which her heart is transplanted to Tian. Through a series of diary entries Tian learns about her life; her secrets and interests. Including her promise to military officer Phupha, about counting a thousand stars with him. Tian then decides to follow in her footsteps and complete her dream. With Tian a new volunteer teacher, he attempts to befriend Phupha. Yet, Phupha gives off a cold exterior. Slowly the two grow close, but Tian's heart beats fast around the military officer. As he starts to fall for him, much like its previous owner did. But with the area being war-ridden and dangerous, can they keep their thousand-star promise?[1]

Cast[]

  • Jamie Juthapich Indrajundra as Lin (Tian's friend, Ep. 1)
  • Gym Thunyah Teerakachornkit as Prem (Tian's friend, Ep. 1, 8)
  • Thames Sanpakit as (man in the pub, Ep. 1)
  • Piploy Kanyarat Ruangrung as (woman in the pub, Ep. 1)
  • Co Khunakorn Kirdpan as Kit (Doctor, Ep. 1-3)
  • Ton Jakkrit Ammarat as Teerayut (Tian's father, Ep. 1, 3, 9-10)
  • Jeab Paweena Charivsakul as Lalita (Tian's mother, Ep. 1, 3, 10)
  • Nu Surasak Chaiat as Mr. Winai (Teacher at Sangthong Aid Foundation, Ep. 2, 10)
  • Nong Thanongsak Suphakan as Sakda (Ep. 5-6, 8)
  • Aof Phyungsak Naruepai as blind man (Ep. 5)
  • Aof Noppharnach Chaiwimol as blind man's customer (Ep. 5)
  • Tutor Koraphat as soldier (Ep. 8)
  • Kapook Phatchara Thabthong as Jeab (Nam's bride, Ep. 10)
  • Aea Ravipon Pumruang as Kalae's father

  • Soundtrack[]

    Main Article: A Tale of Thousand Stars OST

    Episodes[]

    International broadcast[]

    • Philippines – Dreamscape Entertainment announced on September 10, 2020, that it had acquired distribution rights of five television series from GMMTV which included the said series and will be made available for streaming on iWantTFC.

    Trivia[]

    • The drama was based on the novel of the same name by Bacteria.

    Gallery[]

    Video Gallery[]

    References[]

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