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'''''The Legend of King Naresuan''''' ({{lang-th|ตำนานสมเด็จพระนเรศวรมหาราช เดอะซีรีส์}}; {{RTGS|Tamnan Somdet Phra Naresuan Maha Rath The Series}}) is a [[historical]] [[action]] thai Series about [[Naresuan|King Naresuan the Great]], who ruled [[Thailand|Siam]] from 1590 until his death in 1605.
 
The films are directed by [[Chalermchatri Yukol]] and are a spin-off to his 2007 film, ''[[King Naresuan (film)|King Naresuan]]''.<br/>''The Legend of King Naresuan The Great'', Part I, ''Hongsawadee's Hostage'', was broadcast on January 9, 2017.<br/>''The Legend of King Naresuan The Great'', Part II, ''Reclaiming Sovereignty'', is coming soon.
 
Part I deals with Naresuan's boyhood, when he was taken hostage by Burmese King, [[Bayinnaung]] to keep the [[vassal]] [[Ayutthaya Kingdom]] subservient. During this time, he was a novice [[Buddhism|Buddhist]] monk under the tutelage of a wise father-figure monk ([[Sorapong Chatree]]). Part II depicts Naresuan as a young adult prince, already a formidable military strategist, as he leads his army on exploits against breakaway kingdoms for King Bayinnaung's successor, King Nonthabureng, and eventually breaks away to declare sovereignty for Siam. Part III was to depict Naresuan's military and leadership skills and the expansion of the Siamese kingdom.
 
==Plot==
 
===''Part I: Hongsawadee's Hostage''===
The film concerns the childhood of King Naresuan. Born in 1555, he was taken to Burma as a child hostage; there he became acquainted with sword fighting and became a threat to the Burmese empire
 
The film begins in 1564, during the Burmese siege of [[Phitsanulok]], the center of the languishing [[Sukhothai Kingdom|Sukhothai]] kingdom. Naresuan's father, [[Mahathammarachathirat (king of Ayutthaya)|Maha Thammarachathirat]], admits defeat and follows Burmese orders that his two sons, Naresuan (nicknamed Ong Dam {{lang-th|องค์ดำ}} ''Black Prince'') and [[Ekathotsarot]] (the White Prince), be taken hostage and be raised in Pegu (the center of the Hanthawadi kingdom) under the watchful eyes of [[Bayinnaung]], the Burmese king, who promises to care for Naresuan like one of his own. This creates a rift between Naresuan's father and his mother, Queen [[Wisutkasat]], whose brother is the king of the neighboring [[Ayutthaya kingdom]], as Phitsanulok is now a Burmese [[vassal state]]. Ayutthaya falls soon after.
 
Immediately after entering the Burmese palace, Naresuan sees the palace politics and rivalries between himself and Bayinnaung's grandson, [[Mingyi Swa]]. Naresuan is sent to be educated as a novice monk, by an ethnic [[Mon people|Mon]] Buddhist monk named Khanchong, at a Buddhist monastery outside the palace. There, while wandering the Thai village outside Pegu (made up of Thais displaced by Bayinnaung's expansionist campaigns and subsequent forced relocations to Hanthawadi), he befriends Bunthing, a Thai street child who is later allowed to work as a temple boy. He also befriends Maneechan, a temple girl at the monastery. The monk Khanchong, who had also trained Bayinnaung, teaches Naresuan the skills of war and ethics.
 
===''Part II: Reclaiming Sovereignty''===
 
[[Bayinnaung]] dies in the beginning of the film from natural causes. [[Mahathammarachathirat (king of Ayutthaya)|Thammaracha]], the governor-king of [[Ayutthaya Kingdom|Ayutthaya]], believes it is important that he go and pay respect to the dead king out of fear that the new Burmese king [[Nandabayin|Nanda]] would deem it as an insult and attack Ayutthaya. Prince Naresuan, however, having been raised in [[Bago, Myanmar|Pegu]] (the kingdom of Hanthawadi) and who regards Bayinnaung as a second father, convinces Thammaracha to let him go in his place.
 
Upon arriving in Hanthawadi (Hongsawadi in Thai), Naresuan's childhood teacher, a Buddhist monk named Khan Chong, informs him about the dangers that king Nanda and many factions in Burma are plotting his assassination. At king Bayinnaung's funeral, all representatives from vassal kingdoms are present besides for one, the [[Lao Krang|Krang]] kingdom. King Nanda sees it as disrespect and seizes the opportunity to wage war and siege the mountain top city. Naresuan's Ayutthaya army is successful in taking the mountain top city and proves itself superior to the rival Burmese armies, namely of the [[Thado Dhamma Yaza II of Prome|Lord of Pyay]] and of Mingyi Swa (the eldest son of Nandabayin). Burmese rivals felt even more threatened by the strength and wits of Naresuan's army. During the battle, Naresuan's friend, Bunthing, now a highly skilled general under Naresuan, falls for the princess of Krang, who becomes his companion.
 
A plot is uncovered by Naresuan's childhood friends, two [[Mon people|Mon]] rulers, that the Burmese are in fact planning the assassination of Naresuan. Upon finding out, Naresuan executes the plotters and ceremoniously declares Ayutthaya free and sovereign from Hanthawadi. King Nanda and his Burmese are furious and begin a military campaign to capture and kill king Naresuan before his forces and liberated Siamese subjects can reach the [[Sittaung River]]. King Naresuan uses the strategy of a fighting retreat. His forces built a wooden bridge across the river and engage the pursuing Burmese army as they follow. Several battles took place during the crossing. However, as the Burmese forces catch up, the Siamese citizens and forces have already crossed to the other bank.
 
The Burmese, determined to defeat the Siamese, try to pursue Naresuan's forces by crossing the river. The king is then approached by his revered Buddhist teacher, Mon monk Khanchong. Here, he is given a special musket, which is capable of firing across the river. According to history, the movie portrays king Naresuan firing the musket across the Sittaung River, and with one strike, killing the general of the Burmese army. With the general dead, Burmese forces retreated back to Hanthawadi. King Naresuan and his now independent Siamese forces head back to Ayutthaya and the king declares ; "It's not over yet, there is more work for us to do!"
 
==Cast==
* Panukorn Wongbunmak as [[Naresuan|Prince Naresuan]] (Young)
* Nutchanont Bunsiri as [[Naresuan|Prince Naresuan]] (teenager - Show in Season 1 Only)
* Panukorn Wongbunmak as [[Naresuan|Prince Naresuan]]
* Napatkorn Mitr-em as Crown Prince [[Mingyi Swa|Minchit Sra]]
* Nopachai Jayanama as Rachamanu (Bunting)
* [[Taksaorn Paksukcharern]] as Manechan
* [[Chatchai Plengpanich]] as King [[Mahathammarachathirat (king of Ayutthaya)|Thamaracha]]
* Grace Mahadumrongkul as Princess [[Suphankanlaya|Supankulayanee]]
* [[Intira Jaroenpura]] as Lurkin
* Sompob Benjatikul as King [[Bayinnaung]]
* Jakkrit Amarat as [[Nanda Bayin]]
* [[Sorapong Chatree]] as Mahathera Khanchong
*[[Santisuk Promsiri]] as King [[Mahinthrathirat]]
* Saranyu Wongkrajang as King [[Maha Chakkraphat|Chakrapadi]]
* Winthai Suvaree as Prince [[Ekathotsarot]]
* [[Jirayu La-ongmanee]] as Bunting (youth)
* Suchada Chekly as Manechan (youth)
* Manop Aswathep as Lord [[Sawankhalok District|Sawankhalok]]
*[[Krung Sriwilai]] as Lord [[Phichai District|Phichai]]
* [[Chumphorn Thepphithak]] as King of Kung
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