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[Spoiler] "The Prime Minister and I" Lee Beom-soo and Yoona's terminal happiness

2014/01/21 Source

Lee Beom-soo and Yoona's terminal happiness has started.

On the thirteenth episode of the KBS 2TV drama "The Prime Minister and I", Kwon Yool (Lee Beom-soo) slept comfortably in front of Nam Da-jeong (Yoona).

Kwon Yool had been suffering from insomnia since his wife Park Na-yeong's (Jung Ae-yun) death. He couldn't fall asleep out of guilt. However, Nam Da-jeong's love cured him and he was able to sleep at last.

Nam Da-jeong was surprised to find out she 'd fallen asleep with Kwon Yool on the same bed. She quickly tried to get out of bed in embarrassment.

Kwon Yool held her hand and said, "You told me, to stay where I am. I don't think I can keep that promise because I like you. Is that alright? Can I like you? I won't let you go". Nam Da-jeong cried in happiness.

However, this was just temporary. Park Na-yeong who was thought dead was actually alive. She attempted to find her family through Kang In-ho (Yoon Si-yoon).

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