Not Visrut revealed Aump’s name was considered for the job, but the company decided to go with Chompoo and he is not afraid that Aump would get upset by the choice as the company has other lighting products.
Not: Honestly Aump’s name was considered. But our company has a lot of products and we don’t know what the future holds. It’s up to the future, but we have other products and various models too
Aren’t you afraid Aump would be upset by this?
Not: Oh she won’t be, we can sort this out.
Now that you’re helping with the family business, other people might think you guys are getting close to marriage
Not: We haven’t discussed marriage at this stage, we haven’t planned it. I have to wait for my career and other things to fall into place. Also Chompoo is very busy right now
Let’s move on to Chompoo’s lakorn “Dok Som Sree Tong”, there’s been so many critics about the inappropriate content of this lakorn
Chompoo: There have been feedbacks saying that I’ve made this lakorn too real and harsh. My job is to portray the character to the best of my ability, if I do a half job then the lakorn would not be a success. For example, Raeya talks badly to her mother and I had to do that in the ugliest way possible, to make people realize that it’s something that shouldn’t be done. Honestly this lakorn has good intentions. It’s not a corny lakorn. It’s a lakorn that reflects reality. In real life, some people out there are more evil than Raeya is, and there’s not just a few of them. The topic of infidelity in marriage has been going on for a long time, it’s not new. This lakorn is the image of real life. As for those people who can’t handle it, I just want to say that all I did was reflected what was really happening in reality. I thanked those people who admire this lakorn and are understanding. Right now I am getting a lot of support from my friends and other actors.
In another interview with Khaosod news, Chompoo was asked how she would react if a woman like Raeya tried to steal her boyfriend.
“In real life, my personality is like ‘Khun Dee’ (Donut’s character in Dok Som Sree Tong). Personally I think, no matter what, we can’t stop women like Raeya. If a woman like her was to come into my life, I would continue to act like Khun Dee”