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I love how the housekeeper hints that the kiss was nothing compared to what she walked into.
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Da-jung takes offense when Yul sighs why he has to put up with such an unpleasant misunderstanding. She says she never asked him for his help, all while cornering him into the wall. A little later, the housekeeper wonders why Da-jung is still here when the prime minister and children went off skating.
Reporter Byun apologizes to Joon-ki for his failed mission and vows to find the ones who stole his photos. That prompts Joon-ki to ask if those were the evidence he was talking about, and the reporter shows off the copies on his phone. Hye-joo spots the two together at the golf course, and calls In-ho to confirm his suspicions.
In-ho picks up a tail of his own, however, and is it just more or do those shoes look oddly familiar? She charges past them complete with an awesome hair flip, and when the gossipy friends offer to give her what for, Madam Na says Hye-joo is stronger than she looks. He finds it hard to believe that rumor has it that the prime minister and wife are a doting couple, which is more than one could say about his own marriage.
I gotta agree with her on that. She cries that she just wanted to spend time with him, just like how she heard that Yul is off skating with his family.
At the skating rink, Man-se says that it would have been nice if ajumma joined them.
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Hm, did their mother bring them here? He tells her to do whatever she wants then, but breaks into a smile when he turns away. Yul leads his family in a speedskating lesson, and walks Da-jung through the steps himself. He catches her when she nearly falls and holds her hands for balance, of course.
Joon-ki remarks that Yul has sure changed a lot with his display of public affection and even spending time with his family. Da-jung hurriedly ushers him away, and Madam Na seethes. We check back in with Hee-chul, who hands over the snowball fight photos to In-ho. She hits a sore spot when she asks if In-ho confessed his feelings for Da-jung yet, and is impressed to find out that he already has. She asks where he gets that kind of courage from. Joon-ki gets a call from In-ho to meet up before he exchanges goodbyes with Yul and his family.
Yul ponders over those words that evening, and finds a bowl of his favorite strawberry ice cream with a sketch by Da-jung waiting for him in his study.
But the ice cream remains untouched and melts by morning. Da-jung find Yul deep in thought in the courtyard that evening. Shaking her hands away, Yul asks if Da-jung regards this as a game—is it fun for her to play married? He walks back to his study where he takes out the bow hairclip from his pocket. Both Yul and Da-jung spend the rest of the night brooding separately. In-ho enters moments later and asks to be excused for a couple of hours.
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I assume it has to do with the text he received, and as he runs out, Reporter Byun calls in to report that everything is in place. And not far off, Hee-chul worries that the reporter is up to no good.
In-ho arrives at his destination and rings the bell to the hotel room. They head inside before anyone sees them, and Da-jung shows him the message she received. And outside the hotel, we see Joon-ki look back at the hotel and think to himself how Yul could dare to forget Na-young. Reporter Byun leads the media pack once they arrive, while In-ho and Da-jung survey their surroundings before sneaking out. Catching you together is going to make it look worse! In-ho shields her as the press snap their photos and pegs them with questions.
Hee, I really hope a reluctant friendship blossoms between these two. To that, Da-jung sheepishly admits that she knew thanks to her previous research on Hye-joo back in her tabloid reporter days. With that, Hye-joo rises from her seat, but before she leaves, she informs Da-jung that she would never eat all this food before them—she only ordered this much because she was embarrassed to eat alone.
Meanwhile, In-ho questions whether he actually saw Na-young in the previous episode. The lawyer finds it ridiculous that a living person would purposely hide away for so long, but agrees to look into it.
Su-ho is transferred back to his hospital room, now in stable condition. In-ho asks if there were any other visitors—a woman, perhaps—but the nurse tells him no. Da-jung finds Na-ra hitting the books, fully determined to place first in her school just like her dreamy crush.
Da-jung smiles at that, knowing that Yul will be proud of how his kids are studying so hard. She gets called over to meet Yul at his alma mater and walks through the library until she finds him. Excuse me while I take a moment to savor this shot of Yul completely engrossed in a book.
He takes her to the cafeteria for a bite to eat, and when Da-jung remarks that Yul must have been smart, he confidently confirms that he always placed first in school. Yul asks when her first love was, and the sudden question nearly makes her choke on her food. But Da-jung humors his curiosity to learn about her past and names all the boys who used to like her when she was young. He agrees to call it an interview then, and gets to his real question: All of the places they went today from the library to the cafeteria to this very auditorium were places he once shared romantic memories with his wife—from the moment he first saw her to when he proposed to her.
She asks how he can pack her feelings so carelessly, and even if she were to call her feelings those things—is that still so wrong? A few drinks later, Joon-ki asks if Hye-joo was aware of the rumors that Na-young had an affair. All she knows is that Na-young was being treated for depression, and Joon-ki wonders in the event his sister was involved with another man—would Yul have forgiven her for it?
And Yul answers that very question: Yul had realized that he was the one who drove her to that point; the one who never looked back at her with the excuse that he was always too tired from work. Then he admits that he wavered, his heart fluttered and beat faster with Da-jung; he found her pretty whenever she smiled back at him. Joon-ki asks where Hye-joo plans to go for her trip, and she jokes anywhere before saying anywhere that will take her fastest to the farthest.
She jokes that she might not if all the handsome foreigners hold her back. She laments how hard a time his first wife must have had it. Da-jung takes the kids out shopping and picks out a coat for Yul. Woo-ri tells her not to bother, but when she persists, he tells Da-jung that she should buy one for herself, too. So Da-jung and the kids do something downright adorable: As she watches the kids play along the seashore, Da-jung tells herself that she made the right choice by coming here.
So Da-jung and the children all play on the beach with In-ho, and take photos together until Yul joins them later on.
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Awwwwwwww, way to melt my heart, Drama. Na-ra suggests they take a family photo and asks Da-jung to take the picture. But Man-se says that Da-jung is family too and asks In-ho to photograph them instead.Prime Minister and I Ep 9 Eng HD 18
In-ho agrees to do so, and I love how the kids force Yul and Da-jung closer together. Tiny matchmakers, these kids.
It cracks me up that Yul is the uncertain grumpy one whereas In-ho smiles encouragingly, but neither of them can deny her failed cooking.