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The final episode was predictable and slightly watered down. I have one daughter who is perfect, homecoming queen, track star, soccer star, served a Christian mission in Malaysia, now in medical school, a freaking genius. But what the public doesn’t know is that despite his perfect image, Yul is actually a struggling father devoid of even the most basic of parenting skills. She went away for the whole year. Bad Family was about forging a family out of the people that were stuck with you, Sweet 18 was about becoming a real loving couple and making a happy marriage, and was light on the angst, and Capitol Scandal was a neat setting without going too heavy there’s no way I can handle Gaksital or Age of Feeling. The way each child grew to care for and depend on Da Jung made this show really shine but of course it had to spoiled by the return of the first wife is it obvious that I’m not very fond of her? She straight away became the children’s mum, and his wife.

The father-daughter moments were heartbreaking but very precious, I almost cried when Da Jeong read message from him. These kids are going to need some serious therapy. 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. Should i watch it?! I forgot to say What impressed me most of all is how they wrote Yoona’s part: I wish Da Jung could at least talked to Man Se a few times during that year, that she is writing a book about a bread-eating frog. Are we in the Victorian era?

However, after the wedding, the fireworks continue unabated between our main couple. I was not expecting Da Jung to stay in the same house with the PM mlnister his family, just to not run away, and be there for him or at least wait for him as he tries to solve the problem of the not dead wife like he asked her to.

I knew Joon-ki was awesome! I sat down drxma wrote out what I would have liked to see in the last episode, and felt relieved. I think the writers need to think through their makjang reasoning better. Not too much angst either. I don’t consider Kwon Yul as the saving grace of the show though You’ll probably get a kick out of andd his quirk of describing the taste of foods and how it should be eaten.


If you watch the preview at the end of Episode 14, there is a scene where Man-se was calling out to NDJ when she left. I know what is symbolizes but I wanted more.

We shrank from a kroea of five to two people in a relationship. And now our happy family mniister have another factor called PNY She continued to hide her feelings as they worked together, and is satisfied with just being able to always stay beside Yul. Didn’t stop him from kissing Suzy in Gu Family Book. Try to watch on a full stomach because food is always featured and tends to be very tempting. Until one day, Nam Da-jung appears in their lives and puts herself on a path that Hye-joo has never crossed.

Yul and DJ are sleeping peacefully in their bed until Man-se pounces in again to make trouble. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Sinopsis Drama Prime Minister And I Episode (Tamat) |

Anna February 5, at 9: Can we sinospis a President and I story? Anything but a handshake. Given how KY described every marriage as a contract and JK ended up happy in the initially one-sided marriage of his ownI was hoping we could avoid this. I was hoping that joon ki would end up with that secretary.

Elsewhere, Joon-ki and Yul watch their children playing together with a smile. Later on, when he got to know the reason behind Da-jung’s actions, he regrets misunderstanding her. Do we need to start a miinster or something?

Sinopsis Drama Prime Minister And I Episode 1-17 (Tamat)

I was so disappointed because this drama was truly enjoyable and had me entertained until the end just hit me like a truck. His memory is intact today, but he knows that with his dementia and brain tumor, his days are numbered.

He assumed that his sister Na-young’s ane was due to the weariness caused by her husband, and thus cannot forgive Yul. Aish, I just have to accept things the way they were written. I wasn’t a fan of the ending.


It reminds me of how Faith ended. There is no way he could complain about a kiss in Prime Minister and I which didn’t real happen.

Episodes by LollyPip. Not to far off, In-ho runs into Hye-joo, who has resigned from her position to carve out her own path.

I ask again, does Lee Beom-soo not kiss in dramas? Now with this episode, I can only imagine a happy couple, not a complete family. The dead mom was just a pain and it’s like after going through all that we’re ending with a handshake a year later? Sure, even without a kiss, there were so many ways to end in a romantic way Ha ha ha… ha. I might recommend Shut Up Flower Boy Band; my daughter is 14, and that is her favorite kdrama; lots of cute boys, and an interesting story about growing up.

Bora February 5, at 2: PNY is the first and still legal wife of KY, and the biological mother of the children. If they are going to be actor and actress, they have to be professional and put their personal factor aside.

I don’t begrudge NY her chance to redeem herself with her children, nor their chance to reconcile with her before their childhood ceased but I do think the children would have been happier had she remained ‘dead’ and DJ had continued to give them motherly love and close attention.

After that Dad finds out the truth, disapproves and dies – NDJ has to feel guilty for not having Dad’s blessings that she has to leave.

Thank you for accepting me as a member yooba the club. Anyway,PMAI is still one of the best drama for me. Basically, in trying to tell an unconventional story the inclusion of first wife in the narrative, definitely not the age gap … the last two episodes had to suffer satisfying cultural conventions.