I didn’t do a Dok Soke HeadsUp because those crazy ass awesome Pong fanatics have gotten everything covered. So since I ran into this article about Charebelle Lanlalin that totally got me nodding my head, I figured why not share it. Connect a bit to my life and plus, I know I know, I haven’t written any news or compilation posts for ages. To compare your GPA with daras
Ch 5 newbie Charebelle Lanlalin made her first dip into Thai ET with her appearance in Bie the Star‘s Glua Tee Nai Concert and thereafter filmed a MV with Singto the Star and co-starred in her first lakorn in Likit Fah Chata Din alongside Mike Pirath. Now she is onboard for her first leading role as Dok Soke with Pong Nawat. She is pleased with the ratings of LFCD and shares that she does review her pass acting scenes and even scolds at her stiffness wanting to re-act them. She is aware of her bad criticisms and takes them as lessons. Reporters asked about how she is balancing school and work and it leads to Charebelle admitting that she had dropped out of her studies.
Charebelle had talked with her parents, and they weren’t serious with it, just telling her to do her best at work. She plans to return back to school after her 5 year contract with Exact. She wants to take full advantage of the opportunity that she has right now because it’s something she will not always have. Some ask why Charebelle abandoned her schooling and why she can’t do like others who work and go to school at the same time. She says that some try to juggle both and ends up doing a crappy job on both paths. For Charebelle, she cannot do both well and would rather pick one and put her 100% effort into it.
I am so inspired by her words. Charebelle is only 2 weeks younger than I am. We’re both 20 year olds, and I tell you that I would want to drop like a hot potato out of college if I had a great job opportunity like her. I can do with watching lakorns, blogging, and subbing for ya and getting started on my future best-selling book. Only problem is my parents will kill me. Trust me, you don’t want to be like Pancake Khemanit who was a public laughing-stock with her 2.23 GPA. Or maybe you’re the Barry Nadech kind who is doing well maintaining a 3.7 GPA. I did some research and compiled some daras Bachelor’s GPA in no particular order.
- Pinky Sawika=3.2
- Lydia Sarunrat=3.9
- Numwan Zaza=2.7
- Jib Keetapat=2.87
- Vee Veerapab=2.83
- Win Tawin=3.41
- Beam Kawee=3.60
- Yui Chiranan=2.4
- Rotmay Kaneungnij=3.61
- Peck Palitchoke=2.95
- Film Rattapoom=2.32
- Godninja=3.95 <-That’s high school baby, don’t talk about college!
What’s your GPA? What your school philosophy? Ever wanted to impress me? Now’s your chance.
What some other LG compilation posts?