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Prime Minister & I is a South Korean television drama starring Im Yoon-ah, Lee Beom-soo, Yoon Shi-yoon, Chae Jung-an and Ryu Jin. It aired on KBS2 from December 9, to February 4, on Mondays and Tuesdays at for 17 episodes. Also known as, Prime Minister is Dating. Genre, Comedy. Added episode 14 for the Korean drama 'The Prime Minister and I' Watch on Also known as "The Prime Minister is Dating" (총리는 연애중. VIKINGS season 5, episode 14 sees the drama continue on History and Amazon Episodes are then added to Amazon Prime Video the next day for UK viewers. Vikings season 5 part 2 release date: When will Vikings season 5b air? .. Transfer news · Premier League · Manchester United · Liverpool.
Why else would Woo-ri be so cold to her? Na-young apologizes for overreacting but before she leaves, Yul says he has one important thing to tell her: He writes a letter to Da-jung in her diary later that night. But he has more urgent matters to attend to when Na-young rushes out with news that Su-ho recognizes her. Su-ho blinks in response. Dad fawns over Da-jung out on the roof, smiling at how his pretty daughter needs to get married to a good and considerate man. Oh no no no no, is he dead?
This is how Yul finds her, arriving a minute too late. Sometime later, Yul pays his respects to Dad, uttering the only words he can muster: Na-young walks towards her son hesitantly, and then mother and son share a tearful embrace.
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He takes back his words about Na-young being accepted back into the family, and asks if Yul would accept his apology for his wrongdoings. Yul asks jokingly if Joon-ki would be able to if he thought about everything he did. Before Joon-ki leaves, Yul gives one last piece of advice, telling Joon-ki not to let the person by his side grow lonely.
The Scandal News Team converse about recent events, wondering what will happen to Da-jung once her husband is unemployed. He considers it a miraculous present from her father, words that warm her heart.
Later that evening, Yul returns to the estate to spend his final night there.
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Not to far off, In-ho runs into Hye-joo, who has resigned from her position to carve out her own path. At the dining table Da-jung interviews Yul on how he feels about his final night at the estate.
Yul bids goodbye to the ministers and his staffers the following morning as he leaves the estate for the last time. He casts one final look back before he climbs into the car. Elsewhere, Joon-ki and Yul watch their children playing together with a smile.
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At least things have changed for the better between Joon-ki and his own wife because they now have a second child. She looks up… and sees a copy of her book already tucked inside the glass case, and then smiles in realization. Then In-ho walks away with a knowing smirk. She adds one last word of warning before she leaves: Da-jung returns with porridge, only to find In-ho muttering in his sleep. He awakes sometime later to see Da-jung still by his bedside and pulls himself up.
She asks what happened that made him so sick, and he reveals that the person he previously thought dead is in fact alive. To that, Da-jung asks carefully what his brother would have wanted for In-ho—would it have been revenge?
Feeling much better, In-ho offers to take Da-jung home later that evening. He climbs out of bed to get ready, which is when she spots the photo on the ground. Meanwhile, Yul waits outside for Da-jung to return home, which aw. She smiles to see him standing there and is amused at his grumpiness for making him wait outside in the cold.
She answers that he was pretty sick, but people need to get sick in order to get better, then adds that In-ho will be back at work soon. He remembers that tomorrow is when Da-jung visits her father at the hospital, and offers to clear his schedule so that they can go together.
Gah, I love how they make sure to show their appreciation for each other, even in the little things. Yul retires to his study to do some work in order to spend time with Da-jung tomorrow, and takes out the marriage registration paperwork. At the same time, In-ho calls to ask for another meeting with Na-young, who interestingly goes by a different name now. Now we learn the real story behind the accident, as Na-young recounts how she and Su-ho had intended to run away together to the States that day, but he had pulled a hard stop on those plans.
Considering that a crueler fate, given how she walked out on her family, Na-young had chose death and unbuckled her seat belt. In his efforts to stop her, the car had swerved out of control and rolled down the hill, and we know the rest of the story from there. How did Su-ho end up as a vegetable while wearing a seatbelt whereas you recovered just fine without one?
Fate really is a bitch. In the present, Na-young cries over a photo album containing pictures of her children.
Wait, how did you get those? Damn, I know things were hard on you, but that was a shitty explanation and my sympathy for you has flown out the window. Reporter Byun is understandably suspicious about the Scandal News Team intentions over dinner.
Reporter Byun has one tidbit, though: Hye-joo is a spy. Da-jung and Yul visit Dad at the hospital, and the two men are adorably sweet together as they pour each other shots of OJ in lieu of soju. Little do they know that Na-young is conversing with In-ho at the same hospital. Through tears, she confesses that she came to her senses at the sound of Man-se crying.
She would have returned to her family if Su-ho had died, but the guilt of knowing she was responsible for his unresponsive state. She knows she has to right to apologize, but does anyway. Na-young asks if Yul loves his new wife very much, and In-ho says he does.
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She answers that she has no intention to, especially when she has no right as a mother. She promises to stay away from the family, but asks to continue to look after Su-ho. Da-jung meets with the doctor and recognizes Na-young at a distance. In-ho dismisses the notion that Da-jung saw Na-young, saying that she must have been mistaken. Then he grows anxious to hear that Yul is here with her at the hospital. Hm, did you already see him? Yul confides in Da-jung and asks how much one should trust someone.
What if that person turned out to be much different than one initially expected?