Recap Sinopsis Prime Minister And I Episode 9
Prime Minister and I: Episode 1 RECAP by Drama Beans
We open at a banquet hall where preparations are underway, leading up to the arrival of our hero, Prime Minister KWON YUL (Lee Beom-soo) and his wife, NAM DA-JUNG (Yoon-ah), who greet the roomful of dignitaries with a smile.
But there’s a different story that lies beneath those adoring smiles as the power couple turns to each other… and exchange looks of distaste.
Prime Minister and I – Episode 1 Recap by Dramabeans:
Next in the KBS rom-com lineup is Prime Minister and I, whose light and breezy tone took me by surprise. I knew to prepare myself for the cute, but I didn’t expect it to also stir the heartstrings in the first hour. There’s promise and potential in a story that moves fairly quickly that contains both heartwarming and funny notes. And damn, a prime minister has never looked this good.
Prime Minister and I Episode 2 Recap by Dramabeans:
The ruse begins, and Episode 2 gives us a chance to enjoy the inherent awkwardness in the Odd Couple match-up of two people who just don’t see each other in That Way. At least, not yet, and I’m content to let that play out over time—these two have enough likable charm that I feel pretty confident that I’ll buy the romance once it swings around, but don’t need it to come blazing out of the gates. Not while we have comedy to mine, and there’s certainly plenty of opportunity for that in this setup. I’m particularly fond of the forced smiles Lee Beom-soo has to slap on his face, which are hilariously stilted, and wouldn’t want to trade those for anything.
EPISODE 6 RECAP by drama beans
So our married couple spends their first night together with Yul staying up to work while Da-jung sleeps. The following morning, Da-jung encourages a reluctant Man-se to attend kindergarten. She promises him a playdate, but a stern word from his father gets him to grudgingly head off to school.
Calling her a worry (geok-jung), Yul sighs in exasperation and removes a note attached to Da-jung’s back (another one of Na-ra’s pranks). He tells her to stay out of trouble since worrying about national affairs gives him enough of a headache and to stop wearing the hanbok.
EPISODE 5 RECAP by Dramabeans
Yul is taken aback by the surprise kiss (but… kisses!), but even more alarmed to learn that there’s a spy within the estate. He gets defensive about said kiss later, blustering that their lip smacking was more like a car crash, and warns her against assaulting his lips again. Pfft, the man doth protest too much, methinks.
Anyhow, he instructs her to throw out her copy of their contract while he’ll do the same, but Da-jung isn’t about to get rid of her insurance that easily—what’ll they do if he eats and run on their agreement? As in he’ll get what he wants and runs?
“Prime Minister And I” – Episode 7, 8 Recap by Couch-Kimchi:
So you already know that I had to be talked into watching this and my reasons for not wanting to watch were fairly lame. I’m back to confess once again how wrong I was. (LOL) We only had one episode this week but it was so much fun! A pivotal episode where both our leads seem to be aware they’re falling in love. *squeeee*
Da Jung tries helping our Prime Minister sleep by reading to him but she falls asleep – and plops right onto his shoulder. However, she wakes up when he tries to move her into a comfortable position and accuses him of being a wolf. (LOL) He also doesn’t like her using his bathroom, especially when she waltzes out in a bathrobe with wet hair.
Uncle Jung-Ki plots to have an important cabinet meeting cancelled by bribing other Ministers not to show up. Chief Kang calls Da Jung, asking her to delay Yool until they can gather everyone. So how does she delay him? By attacking him and even pulling his butt to stop him. Ahahaha. The housekeeper catches Da Jung on top of Yool.
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Yul confesses his feelings for Da-jung and wipes away her tears, apologizing for making her cry again. He takes her hand and vows never to let it go. Oh, swooooon, now that’s romantic.
But their sentimental moment is cut short when little Man-se bursts into the room seconds later, and then throws an adorable tantrum over how Da-jung chose to sleep here with Daddy last night and not him.
Prime Minister and I: Episode 16 Recap By DramaBeans
Despite Yul coming to collect her, Da-jung declares that she won’t be going back home with him, and adds for good measure: “Let’s break up.” But Yul refuses to hear it and takes her suitcase before ushering Da-jung into the car by the hand.
It’s a mostly silent ride until Yul pulls over to the side of the road and gets out to finally get some air. When Da-jung follows him, he demands to know her train of thought by having him meet his not-so-dead first wife and leaving them—was it for his sake? Or the children?
In the wake of Yeongjo’s order to kill everyone in possession of the book that makes him complicit in his brother’s death, Sun finally confronts him with the truth: Did he sign the maengui? Is he Juk-pa and does that mean that everything written in this book is true?
Yeongjo quakes with rage to be confronted with the truth so head-on by Sun, and cries defensively, “‘How afraid were you? How difficult and scary was it? Didn’t someone threaten to kill you? If you didn’t sign that document, were you scared they would kill you?’ If you are my child… IF YOU ARE MY SON—that is what you should ask!”
Sun bursts in to stop the torture, too late to save Ji-dam’s father. He confronts his father with threat of the maengui, now that he has possession of the original document, and demands a stop to the proceedings. Yeongjo just literally walks over the pile of bodies he’s just killed and leaves without sparing Sun a word.
The father-son confrontation continues that evening, when Yeongjo laughs bitterly, asking if he’s to try to rule the nation while feeling on the hook to his son. Which is rather missing the point, honey, if you think Sun would be happy letting you rule while pulling your puppet strings.
In the middle of the night, prosecutor PARK JUNG-HWAN (Kim Rae-won) is roused from his modest single room by his panicked superior, who shows him the latest news: someone who isn’t him has announced his candidacy for the position of Prosecutor General, and he wants Jung-hwan to do something about it.
They both know the man on the front page, as the superior Prosecutor General candidate LEE TAE-JOON (Jo Jae-hyun) fumes that he’ll quit his job as a prosecutor if he doesn’t get that position.
Ho-sung thinks he has big news for Jung-hwan when he reveals that he’s been suspended from looking into Professor Noh Young-jin’s accounts, only for Jung-hwan to admit that hecalled it off.
Our novice prosecutor doesn’t understand, especially since Tae-joon is out there actively winning over the media to prevent them from thinking he had political motives in targeting the Chief of Staff. Their goal should be to make Noh Young-jin’s word untrustworthy…
In amidst the whirlwind of media coverage surrounding Minister Yoon the day before her confirmation hearing, she makes sure to get all the details from Ho-sung regarding his search and seizure of all Dr. Mechanic’s possessions. She wants to make sure his father left nothing behind regarding the enlistment fraud case.
She has to smile and act upright for the cameras, hypocritically promising that she’ll hide nothing during her hearing. Only when she’s safely in her car does she call Ho-sung to tell him to meet with Dr. Mechanic in person and bring her anything regarding the enlistment case if he has it.
Jung-hwan eases Ha-kyung’s concern over whether he’ll be able to take all the blame the media and public are going to foist on him, citing how he was eventually able to withstand the way she looked at him after their divorce. This, comparatively, is nothing.
He asks her, and not another prosecutor, to come arrest him in ten minutes. He’s got a meeting with the prosecutor general first.
Tae-joon is gleefully combative when Jung-hwan first walks in, sorry-but-not-sorry for the scandal with Ye-rin as he offers to pay for her future wedding in recompense. “Oh, and should I walk her down the aisle too?” he asks, rubbing salt into the wound.
Yeon-jin, unaware that she’s been found out by Tae-joon, calls Jung-hwan after the meeting to alert him to Tae-joon’s plans. He’s unconcerned since the footage proving Lee Tae-sub murdered the researcher will be recovered by tomorrow, which will be the end of their fight.
As usual, he has a sixth sense for unwanted emotionality, so he quickly hangs up the second Yeon-jin displays any sort of feeling when it comes to his impending death.
Instead of resting like Ha-kyung would prefer, Jung-hwan instead writes up a statement and questionnaire for a formal investigation into his dealings with Tae-joon beginning from seven years ago.
We meet beleaguered father SEO HYUNG-SHIK (Jang Hyun-sung) working at his job as a trophy maker before returning to his humble home with his brother and wife.
They share one tiny house and one car between them, but of more importance is their pregnant young daughter set to deliver her baby in two weeks’ time.
She’ll be giving birth without the baby’s father around, which has Papa Seo all but wailing about his breaking heart—he had such high hopes for his daughter, and now none of them will ever be fulfilled. Because babies ruin lives.
Kdrama “Mi Rae’s Choice” Episode 7 Recap
The episode opens up with Shin walking up on a Se Joo and Mi Rae moment. He turns to a corner with disappointment on his face. He dwells on it a little and decides to call out to them to join the others. Se Joo gets up first and Shin gives Se Joo a pat on the arm for his hard work and thanks him for his quick thinking on the water tank. Se Joo quietly accepts his appreciation and goes inside.
Actress Chae Jung Ahn has been confirmed for the upcoming KBS drama, “Prime Minister and I.”
On October 22, broadcast insiders revealed that Chae Jung Ahn has been confirmed to play Seo Hye Joo, who is Kwon Yool’s (played by Lee Bum Soo) college junior and close associate since his congressman days.
Seo Hye Joo will be playing the rival of Nam Da Jung (played by YoonA) as they enter a love triangle with Kwon Yool.
Kdrama “Answer Me 1994” Episode 7 Recap by DramaBeans
It’s a sweltering summer in 1994, and Na-jung has a new part-time job working the counter at a chicken and burger joint near campus. She’s surprisingly sharp and good with numbers, as she tells her customer the exact price difference between ordering his burgers and colas separately instead of as sets.
Someone pages her, and it turns out to be Chilbongie calling from baseball practice. He comes up with the adorably lame excuse that he felt like eating burgers, and wants to know if her store delivers.
Seems like Girls’ Generation‘s YoonA is literally clinging to Lee Bum Soo right from the beginning.
KBS’s new Monday-Tuesday drama “Prime Minister and I” recently revealed the first stills showing the lead couple caught up in an interesting situation. YoonA has both of her arms tightly around Lee Bum Soo‘s leg while staring at the man with her puppy-dog look. With his piercing eyes, Lee Bum Soo looks at YoonA intensively, making viewers wonder what has happened between the two.