The first episode, which took Palm and Nueng from the present day to feudal Thailand, where Palm was a lord and Nueng was his servant, ended with Palm saving Nueng from the other servants, who suspected that he had cast a love spell on Palm.
Here is where the second episode picks up.
In an attempt to mend Nueng’s relationship with the other servants, Palm assigns him to teach them English. While this works out for the most part, it does backfire a little when the couple’s late-night flirting by the lake gets interrupted by another servant asking Nueng about some English words, forcing Palm to hide in the water until she left. Later that same night, Nueng finds out that Petch found his bracelet since he was curious about what Nueng and Palm were searching for the other night and stumbled upon it. Petch took the opportunity to strike a deal: in exchange for the bracelet, Nueng would help him win the heart of Kla, a merchant from the market. It was then that Petch revealed he was gay, just like Nueng and Palm, but unlike them, lacked the courage to be open about it. Palm and Nueng help him out the next day and things seemingly go well, kickstarting the budding romance between the servant and the merchant. That same night, Palm and Nueng decided to write down the reasons they loved each other and place the notes in a box that they could return to once they return to the present.
With the bracelet returned, Palm and Nueng prepare to return to their time, but not before celebrating Palm’s birthday, with Nueng teaching the other servants the happy birthday song. With one last happy memory to take back with them, the couple prepares to return to their time. To their dismay, however, even with the bracelet, they cannot seem to return until they encounter people who look exactly like the people who chased them down. With this, Palm takes the opportunity to aggravate them in order to recreate the scenario that caused them to travel back in time. As one of the men strikes Nueng’s bracelet with the machete, they find themselves back in modern times.
With this, the two realize that the love vow the strange fortune-telling man referred to as the notes they wrote and buried under the tree. They were able to locate the house they lived in in the past and to their surprise, encountered Phum there. It was then that they learned that Petch eventually inherited the place and passed it on to his descendants, now being in Phum’s ownership. Phum being a descendant of Petch, however, gave Palm and Nueng the sad realization that Petch eventually married a woman rather than staying with Kla, likely due to homosexual relationships being taboo in the time they lived in. The sadness was quickly dispelled, however, when a man who looked identical to Kla approached them and was introduced as Phum’s boyfriend. They also learned that the lord was rumored to secretly be in a relationship with one of his servants and they died of old age one after the other, meaning in their past lives, they continued to love each other until death.
They later find the notes they left under the tree, reading them aloud to each other and breaking the curse. The story concludes with Palm revealing that he bought a plane ticket to join Nueng overseas so they can be together even if just for a few months.
The conclusion of the story particularly highlighted the growth in the couple’s relationship. When they first started out, Nueng always seemed not to take Palm into account in his plans. When Nueng once believed that Palm should plan his life for himself rather than for their relationship, their plans for their lives are now integrated into each other. Now, Palm is along for the ride on Nueng’s journey and now that the curse has been broken, it’s clear that the two will be on this ride together for the rest of their lives.