the differences between SAWADI and SWADICUP
Basically, to say hello in Thai, we use "Sa was di" .
Moreover, to say it in polite manner, gal can add "ka" after the sentence/words (for guy we say "krub" - but u may also heard "kub", it depends on the accent).
So, in the TV series, it should be "Sa was di or Sa was di ka" rather than "Sa was di krub".
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