You – and gummimochi – are much kinder and more charitable than I could possibly be. That’s what happened, they started again, this time no contracts, a true beginning. It was great that Da Jung realized how great Kwon Yul is and went after him. I could accept Yul and Da Jung not being together while the legal stuff was sorted out, but she could’ve at least explained to the kids why she was leaving for a while. But, yes, my wife was expecting at least a hug or a kiss or maybe even a flash forward to President Yul and pregnant first lady Da Jung Na Young hijacked in the last episodes become our heroine, it was lovely to see her get the happy ending she so deserved after working so hard. Attention is drawn towards NY; the OTP don’t get to spend any time together; we won’t even mention kinship; DJ and the kids don’t even get to meet! Curiosity gets the best of him, however, and he reels in shock at the last few entries.
I am not sure if he despised his wife. Jang Guem Suk February 5, at 7: It reminds me of how Faith ended. That’s how it ended? Possibly with them congratulating Hye Joo getting elected to Prime Minister? DramaDevourer February 5, at 8: Even start dating in earnest, while still being “married”.
I have minidter daughters and 4 granddaughters so I do know a good guy is hard to find. But, pardon me for saying I guess it is for domestic audience rather than international i.
We have to understand the meaning of Na Da Jeong’s words: It could have been played out in another way. She’d wise to marry one soon and she even has a chance to be the First Lady as Yul needs her to win an election.
But this is far the most realistic series I have seen.
Why the writer feels compelled to give her so much screen time and good fortune towards the end is anybody’s guess! Yeng February 5, at 1: She was part of their lives and was loved enough to be sought out by Woo Ri when he needed advice, missed by Man se and Na Ra and yet there was nothing about how they worked it out and how they felt when she left.
And as far as I know, not all Korean series have a very good ending, it was a happy ending but not what goona expected so I wasn’t that surprised for this one. Like what ykona wrote I am thinking I will not watch any KBS dramas alive And it was nice the link in with the holding hands. She looks up… and sees a copy of her book already tucked inside the glass case, and then smiles in realization. Later that evening, Yul returns to the estate to spend his final night there.
The Prime Minister and I ( ) Korean Drama Review, Synopsis, Pictures
Couldn’t they have hugged at least if they weren’t going to kiss? It is what caused the end of Mi Rae’s choice to be so whacky. The relationship of the Prime Minister and his contract wife takes a serious turn when they both confess their love for each other; but what chance do they have if the first wife shows up after being assumed dead? Not only were words omitted but the English idioms and metaphors were mixed and the grammar was poor – but that applies to the title too.
I feel so robbed I just don’t get it, and after such a cute and fun sinopssis this leaves a bitter finish. However, it’s times like these, especially dramas with such a strong family focus, when you just can’t help but wish for a follow up.
Sinopsis Drama Prime Minister And I Episode 1-17 (Tamat)
DramaDevourer February 5, at 8: They just copped out. Then she’d be back and things would be done right this time. Looking forward miinster her next project, as well as Lee Beomsoo, Yoon Shiyoon, etc.
Why did this suddenly become the Na-Young show, where this woman – who still has no good reason for abandoning her husband and three children for years – gets everything she could ever possibly want? I felt numb, sort of like Kang Su Ho.
At no point did I feel she was pushing herself to consider them or care for them out of obligation – because she was taking their father for herself – this made real the new-family dynamics. The Christmas episode was one of my favorites from this drama and it just feels like a shame that we couldn’t see that lovable family one more time. This is a Korean drama after all–and how many of these have I watched that seemed to go on over and over and over after I think they are done.
I liked her in Love Rain too. Gia W February 5, at 2: That handshake was a let down. Archived from the original on 26 January We can’t have that template ending, right? I wish he had died truly believing that the OTP was in love. There was just not enough YSY in it for me.
Unfortunately, that’s not uncommon in k-dramas. At that time, I made myself believe that a gorgeous young girl can totally fall for an older man. I still would rate the drama high, up till episode August February 5, at 7: Why not let that play out?
This page was last edited on 7 Augustat I liked that the characters get to be in love again. Their mother is dead, Woo-ri had reminded his siblings, then bitterly remarked that if their mother were alive, she definitely would have come back to them earlier.
Is it really so important that a relation START properly by this rigid idea of a relationship beginning with no initial ending terms? The story is heartwarming, and each character was brought to life. It just makes me believe even more that none rom com is as perfect as it should be expected from rom com drama.
However once again the press is onto the game being played and if they don’t want to be exposed as liars in front of the public they will need to actually show that they are married. I could understand NDJ’s moves in episode 15, but she behaved in a very stubborn way at some points in episode In the end, she ends up using her writing and editing skills, as well as her photographer’s eye to become a reporter for Scandal News. On FebruaryFan-made pages were created on Facebook and Twitter campaigning for a sequel of the TV Series due to the popularity of the drama’s international broadcast.
What would be a good ending point? Or some sort of other spazzworthy romantic gesture, like a deep hug or something.
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