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Sunday, October 23, 2016

HEARTBREAKING: This Thai Man Married His Dead Girlfriend

HEARTBREAKING: This Thai Man Married His Dead Girlfriend

This heartbreaking story surfaced in the Internet nearly 5 years ago. The footage of their wedding ceremony garnered millions of views in Youtube and became well publicized through Thai TV networks because Chadil Deffy (aka Deff Yingyuen) is a producer. Since then, their story captured the hearts of millions of people around the world. It is a proof that even death can't separate two souls bound by love.

HEARTBREAKING: This Thai Man Married His Dead Girlfriend

Their love story began when they met each other as students at Eastern Asia University, they had been together for a decade. Due to the conflicting and busy schedules they have postponed their most awaited event several times. The most awaited event of course is their wedding. In January 2012, the couple finally settled their schedules for their marriage, the date set was January 5 2012. Unfortunately, 2 days before their marriage 29-year old Sarinya Kamsook was involved in a car crash. She died hours after the car crash. According to some reports she could've lived if she was given immediate medical attention at ICU. Unfortunately, the ICU of the that hospital that could've saved her life was overcrowded.She could've lived if she was transferred to a bigger hospital.

HEARTBREAKING: This Thai Man Married His Dead Girlfriend

The day later of her death, Deffy decided to marry his girlfriend who passed away. The wedding ceremony happened on January 4 2012, a day before the date set for their marriage. The event took place in Surin, Thailand as a Buddhist ceremony. The ceremony was well publicized and was aired on some Thai TV networks.
'In your eyes, our action might seem as a great love. But for us, it is the mistake which we could not go back in time to correct. Remember, life is short.' 
'Do what you desire, and take good care of the people you love, be they your parents, your siblings. You might never get that chance again.' 
-Chadil Deffy
HEARTBREAKING: This Thai Man Married His Dead Girlfriend

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