Pikul (Ranee Campen) and Lord Yot's (Warintorn Panhakarn) love began when he saved her from drowning. Pikul is a beautiful, talented flutist in her father's orchestra. Their talent won the support and sponsorship of Lord Pichai Decha (Lord Yot's father), so Pikul and her family move to live in Lord Yot's family's residence. It was not comfortable living in the family's restrictive class system, so they eloped to start their own lives. Unfortunately, their relationship is destined for doom because Pikul had inherited a cursed "rattlesnake" flute from Lady Chan (Sarocha Watittapan), the late flute's instructor. Sarapee (Supassara Thanachat), a rich Chinese-Thai lady, is in love with Lord Yot. She is determined to have him at any cause, even if it means killing Pikul's entire family, and Lord Yot's mother. In Pikul's second life, her spirit is filled with anguish and vengeance. She awaits those who have hurt and make her suffer. What will become of the characters of the past? Will they repay their karma? How will Lord Yot and Pikul's love story end once the past is remembered?
Warintorn Panhakarn, Ranee Campen, Alexander Rendell, Supassara Thanachat, Prima Bhuncharoen, Sarocha Watittapan