Ratings Update for Yui’s 2008 Lakorns

With 2008 coming to an end in a few weeks so let’s talk about the ratings for this year. Yui has 3 lakorns this year, “Nang Tard,” a role that led her to win the Asian TV Awards 2008 for Best Actress, “Satroo Koo Kwan” and lastly, “Pah Loke Bunterng” which is currently on air.

Nang Tard 2008

Nang Tard 2008

For Nang Tard, the remake lakorn that pulled in many talented actresses such as Pok Piyatida in the role of Khun Ying Yaem, Kob Suvanant as the title character of E-Yen, and May Bunthita as Boonmee. Although ratings weren’t as high as expected for this remake, it did however garner enough to have an overall average rating of 12, estimated around 7,565,000 viewers.

Satroo Koo Kwan

Satroo Koo Kwan

Satroo Koo Kwan didn’t do too poorly either even with new p’ek Ouan Rangsit. Som Thansinee did an amazing job in her role as the nang rai. The best part of the lakorn has to definitely been the two kids that played as Noon Na & Pla Gud. Average rating for this lakorn was a 12, approximated to be around 7,336,000 viewers.

Pah Loke Bunterng

Pah Loke Bunterng

As for Pah Loke Bunterng that is currently airing, it’s going above 10 and seems to be keeping that way. We’ll have to wait next year to see how many viewers this lakorn pulls in.

Overall, it was a great year for Yui. She pulled in 10+ ratings for all her lakorns, nabbed the Best Actress Award and finally finished her studies at Ramkhamheng University. What will 2009 hold for her? We have Porb Pee Fah, another remake to look forward to, and possibly more.

Credit: Channel 7


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