Both Jom and Yai have been having dreams of each other, unaware of the reasons fate has brought them together.
With Jom now in the past, what lies ahead for him? Will everything go exactly as he dreamed of before? If so, a deeper connection with the mysterious man he’s encountered and strangely feels familiar with could potentially happen. And it seems, it’s not just Jom who has been having these strange dreams.
WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD! Read at your own risk.
Jom wakes up in bed with Yai, informing him that he will prepare for the day, to which Yai suggests that he can continue resting since the sun hasn’t fully risen yet. Jom consents and turns to the mirror, only to be met with the sight of someone resembling himself. He goes closer and in an instant, the person appears beside him. In this dream, Yai stirs awake, calling for Jom, and is surprised to see two identical figures in front of him. He suddenly awakens with a gasp, sitting up in bed, struggling to catch his breath as he tries to make sense of the dream he just had. Later, Yai attempts to regain his composure by crafting garlands. Prik, having brought him jasmine-infused water, shares an ancient belief that dreams can predict the future. Yai begins to confide in Prik, explaining that he has been dreaming of an unfamiliar man with whom he shares intimate moments. She inquires if he has shared this dream with anyone else, worried that if his father were to hear of it, chaos might happen. She tells him not to overthink before leaving, suggesting the possibility that it might not be a prediction of the future but a reflection of his frustrations. A plumeria flower lands on top of the jasmine garland he’s making and as he picks it up, he gazes upwards and finds himself locking eyes with a person resembling the man from his dreams, riding on a boat in front of him. Suddenly, the two individuals on the boat fall into the water, prompting Yai to leap in to rescue the stranger.
They struggle to swim to the shore and once up Yai asks Jom questions but panic overtakes Jom, causing him to flee. Ming catches up and questions whether he remembers where he lives now, but Jom remains unable to respond. He clarifies that Yai is the son of Luang Nititham and Ying Kaekai, the owners of the Palathip house. Gazing at the house in disbelief, Jom recognizes it as the same one he was previously working on. When Yai rejoins them, Ming encourages Jom to express gratitude for his rescue. Yai deduces that Jom isn’t from around there, leading Ming to disclose that Jom is unaware of his background. Ming brought him to Luang in the hopes that he could offer some help. Yai suggests that Jom change clothes and be brought to the main house, where he can discuss the matter with his mother. After a change of clothes, Ming and Jom enter the main house and exchange greetings with Yai and his mother, Ying. Yai offers a flower garland he crafted to his mother, prompting her to inquire whether Jom is the individual he wishes to entrust in her care. She begins to question Jom, while Ming explains the situation. However, Ying remains skeptical of someone who can only recall their name. She proposes involving the police, which Jom pleads against, and asks if he can stay there for a bit, once he finds out who he is he will leave the place as soon as possible. Ying turns to Yai for his opinion, and Yai proposes that Jom can stay and assist with tasks, while Ming will supervise him. Ying emphasizes that Yai must take responsibility if any issues arise that could impact his father.
Prik guides Jom to meet the other servants of the family’s household, explaining that he’ll be assisting Grandpa Suya as a gardener. Lamyai, Grandpa Suya’s daughter, raises concerns about trusting Jom, given their lack of familiarity with him. During lunch, Ming playfully teases and feeds Jom with unusual food: rotten meat, spicy frog salad, and a pig’s brain. During an evening stroll with her servant Maey, Eeang Peung catches Jom leaping into the river in hopes of going back to his time. As Jom resurfaces, he mistakes her for Somjeed, his friend, and tries to embrace her in delight. Eeang Peung’s husband intervenes, kicking Jom away. Ming appears to restrain Jom, and Eeang Peung’s husband threatens both Ming and his mother, warning that they’ll face consequences for letting Jom in their house. Yai arrives and clarifies that Jom is a new servant at the house of Palathip, asserting that only he can expel him. Eeang Peung claims the incident was a misunderstanding, prompting Jom to offer an apology and for the issue to end. Jom attempts to explain to Ming afterward, but Ming expresses that he’s tired of helping him with every trouble he is causing. He tells Jom that he and his mother could have faced punishment from the foreign master if not for Yai’s help, and then leaves. Yai approaches Jom, seeking clarification that Jom truly didn’t have ill intentions with his big sister. Jom reveals that it is because Eeang Peung reminded him of someone he knows. Meanwhile, Eeang Peung’s husband accuses her of aiding Jom due to a possible relationship between them. She denies this and questions his concern, given his upcoming marriage with his minor wife, and was never defamed or anything—making her husband unable to reply. During the night, Jom sleeps beside Ming, who becomes aware of Jom’s stifled sobs.