Friday, January 24, 2014

Prime Minister and I Episode 13: Going Crazy



On this episode of the Prime Minister and I:
The awkward moments after a confession, explaining of what first loves really are, friend or spy, bring the family to you, dead people are really missing people, and 1001 nights come to a close.




 I get how hard it must be for Yul to let go of Na Young. She is his first love, the mother to his children, but there is a lot of anger he has towards her. Finally, we get to see into the mixed emotions Yul has been keeping in for the past 5 years. As well as to the complex feelings he has toward Da Jung. Na Young was going to leave him. Which this could explain the hurt on Yul’s face seeing Hye Joo working for the dark side (i.e. Joon Ki). Da Jung just continues to be a pillar of support for him. Yul may want to think Da Jung’s confession is out of pity or admiration, but she truly has fallen for Yul. For all the stubborn, uptight, and workaholic he continues to be, she has fallen for this man for all good or bad faults he has. 



Hye Joo becoming Joon Ki’s secretary is part of her plan. She knows he is up to something and there is still a spy out there. Joon Ki drops a hint by saying something about In Ho being at the hospital. This is the reason why I love Hye Joo. Smart doesn’t due her justice. I knew she would continue to protect Yul evening if she wasn’t close to him. On another note, I do hope Da Jung and Hye Joo become friends. Between last episode and this one, I enjoy them together. I feel these two maybe helping each other out soon enough.  

In Ho tracks down the dead/missing Na Young. A lot of things are going to happen now with Na Young not being dead. It makes things difficult going into the next part of the drama. How are the kids going to react to their mom not being dead? Of course, Yul is going to be the most effect as he has been living with guilt, anger, and love for the last 5 years. How will this change Joon Ki’s plan of revenge? Will it change things? Why did Na Young leave? What is the back story for her to up and run? What about In Ho’s brother. More questions and no answers to this episode. 



Speaking of In Ho, what did he mean by Da Jung being hurt? Physical or emotion or both? Of course, Da Jung will be hurt since Yul’s first love and wife is back. That means Da Jung and Yul are not married. What will happen to Da Jung? Da Jung really has no ties to any of these people before her contact marriage. Everyone else knows each other through starting at the first episode. What does he mean the thing went wrong with him? Boo to all the questions and the fact I now have to wait till Monday.

YAY!!! Yul FINALLY toward Da Jung he likes her. Is it wrong I keep hearing Do Young from Golden Rainbow, you like ice cream or dogs and how you don’t confession you like someone. Side track … Totally. happy to finally have Yul realize he has feelings for Da Jung. The fact it was after he had a good night sleep with Da Jung being next to him is very telling. He can’t say he doesn’t have feelings with her. Look at how much he has changed and his family because of Da Jung.

Looking forward to see where the story is going to take us. I see lots of crying in the coming episodes from me and Da Jung. 


The Sum Up:

*Breathe* 1,2,3,4, OMG HE FINALLY CONFESSED!!!! *Breathe* 5,6,7,8 OMG Na Young isn’t dead NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Damn you Drama Gods!!!