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I, Tantai Theerachaichan, declare this to be my Last Will and hereby declare that in the event of my death, my assets will be handled as follows: One, the Theerachaichan House together with the land shall be divided between Mrs Thitapa Theerachaichan, my wife, and Mr Theerapat Theerachaichan, my only son, to live together. 10% of shares in Theerachaichan Group shall go to Mrs Thitapa Theerachaichan. Two, 50% of the shares in Theerachaichan Group as well as a hundred million Baht in my bank accounts shall go to Mr Theerapat Theerachaichan. Three, the other 40% of shares in Theerachaichan Group shall go to Miss Gewalin Theerachaichan, and she shall manage the company together with my son. Four, the holiday home in Chonburi
shall go to Miss Gewalin Theerachaichan, my adopted daughter. I affirm that while writing this will, I am with my full conscience, and I am not under any threat of life. I hereby subscribe my name in the presence of the two witnesses. Is this will even real? Why would Dad give Giwi the holiday home in Chonburi? It is real. There are the witnesses’ signatures here to prove. You can check, Mr Tim. Everything on there was Mr Tantai’s decisions. But that house belonged to my mother. I couldn’t care less about the shares and the hotel, but that house should be mine. Dad bought that when they were newlyweds. How could he give that to his adoptive child? That house doesn't mean anything to you, Giwi. Well, Dad decided to give it to me. Actually, Dad took Mum and I there quite often. I have good memories there, too. Don’t think you’re the only one who’s attached to it. Your mother is long dead, no less. Dad must have wanted to make new memories for a change.
How much do you want for it? I’ll buy it back. Why would I want any money when I’ve just got some from the shares he gave me? I’m not selling it. I might wait for the price to go up a little, then sell it to someone else who wants to turn it into a hotel. All thanks to Dad. What a visionary. Had he given it to you, you would have wasted it or let it rot. How about this? I’ll look after the place as the new rightful owner. But whether or not to return it to you… I’ll think about that. From now on, take orders from me. I’ve got some ideas on how to improve this place. You all have been lagging behind in your work. I didn’t say anything before only because it wasn't my place to. Now I'm one of the main shareholders. I want to change this place into something more effective. For now, our clientele will be domestic travellers. Turn this into a staycation place, or come up with some good promotions. Think that through. I want to hear some ideas. What are reporters doing here? What’s the matter? Are we holding an event?
There is a press conference of a new politician in the ballroom. Wait, why wasn’t I told about this before? I’m very sorry. You were busy with the chairman’s funeral so we didn’t want to bother you. And he’s a friend of the chairman, too, so I thought it shouldn’t be a problem. He’s Dad’s friend? [New Path Party - Mr Pitchaya Pitakthammarak] I’ve decided to join politics because of my father. Since I was young, I’ve seen him work so hard for the people. My father’s party has been around for a long time. That’s why I am determined to carry on the policies my father has promised. I want to see everyone lead a better life. If you give me a chance, I’ll prove to you all that you’ve made the right choice. I’ll make sure everyone in this city gets to live a better life. Thank you.
Coming. Good day, Officer. I didn’t do anything wrong, sir. I’m not gambling or selling drugs. I bought some food for the inmate. Come on in. Good timing. I’m hungry. What are you doing? Just rearranging the room a little. My room’s small but my things keep increasing. When I declutter it, there’s actually a lot of stuff I don’t need. Wait. You still keep your student ID card? Just dug that out from somewhere. What a nerd, right? Not at all. You look exactly the same. You haven’t changed one bit. I haven’t changed all right. But you have, Tin. Why don’t you take better care of yourself? Your eyes are swollen, you know. Do you get enough sleep? Take a break, Tin. You’re only huddling over dead people and missing people cases. Do something relaxing for a change. I came to see you. That’s relaxing. Your complaints about this and that alone put me at ease. How many years have it been? I’ve always made you listen to all my rants. And you’re always here for me. I’ve been through boyfriends and breakups,
and you were here for me every time. Nobody in the world has seen me cry as much as you have, Tin. Well, choose a better boyfriend next time. So I don’t have to get into trouble with them again. Who would have known they’d be bad people? When you’re in love, everything a lover does is good. Once I realise they’re bad guys, I’ve already fallen for them. I’ve got a soft spot for them now. Well, toughen it up, then. Use your head when you love, too. Yes, sir. How mean of you. I apologise. I will love with my head from now on. You can rest easy now, Inspector. Speaking of which, Inspector, why aren’t you dating anyone? I can’t believe someone of your rank and look couldn’t find a girlfriend. Or are you keeping your girlfriend a secret from me? Huh? No, of course not. I’m just too busy with work. Then, do you have a type? I’ll help you find one. No need. I can manage on my own just fine. Let’s eat. See? Do you realise that any time I bring up this topic, you’re always like this?
You always change the subject. If you keep avoiding it like this, when will you ever get a girlfriend, Tin? Stop talking and just eat. There. From your fav place. Be nice to the owner of the house. Who the hell do you think you are? I’m someone who tricked your stupid dad into giving her the shares of his hotel. Are you telling me I’m a suspect? I think someone is lying.
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