Dating a minister
The romance chemistry was remarkable despite the big age gap. what i learn is that we can change our boyfriend or husband with our true love. So, in the end I hope Nam Da Jong will really married with Kwon Yool. #Ajojoa# Hoping for part 2, now I watch it two times and I am now episode 14.. She would like him to think and remake his decision to choose. No matter the gap age of the main role...yonna and Lee bum can build good chemistry...every scene always make me happy and sad... I rally love this drama, though the writer leave me hanging at the end... You can please all of the people some of the time, You can please some of the people all of the time, but You can not please all of the people all of the time. Even though we didn't expect the story to come up with this.. Anyone don't appreciate it but i really really appreciate it! For me, the way they write the storyline is spot on, especially in term of the PM character.
Yoona needs to take up more roles like this because it really suits her. Definitely a great recommendation to romantic comedy lovers. as well as keeping all the sad things in mind is common for every lady. Remember what the father said: "They didn't start with love and got married..."... I think it will be 20 episode...but, it was just 17. I just so disappointed in ending, when they meet again just shake hand and the end. I really liked to used there motto "eat and run" hahahaa, I really loved Korean drama especially prime minister and I coz some of us Say's AGE doesn't matter if two person are really loving each other and SARANGHAE !!! @haters I would like to say "don't judge the book by its cover" And please don't write hurtful words to Yoona and other cast Coz they are also a person that can felt hurt. That action describe unconditional love and unselfishness. But it began to lag a little toward the end and then the final episode was extremely disappointing. I think it's yonna's best acting so far...Lee bum very good actor... so maybe I could hope for a well written part 2 of the story, don't you guys think? I like the story very much though I'm not familiar with other casts... unlike with other dramas you can predict the ending. I've watched until Ep 11, and what I have to say is this drama has something different.. There were many times when I was touched watching the scene between the children and Kwon Yul, also Dajung's father with the children.. That's just beautiful :') Not to mention, awkward moment between Yul and Dajung.. He is a serious man, and just like his age, I don't think too much 'passionate love' is suitable.
And let's be honest, we're pretty darn hungry after scrolling through just a few pics.
Cooking Up Success: Back in June of 2015, Tess released her very first cookbook.
[See Photos of Artifacts Recovered from the Excavation at the Gate-Shrine] The gate is located in the ancient city of Tel Lachish within an 80-by-80-foot (24.5 by 24.5 meters) six-chambered area, with three chambers on each side and the city's main street passing between them, the IAA said.
The northern section of the gate was unearthed decades ago by an expedition led by archaeologists from the United Kingdom and Tel Aviv University.
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Prime Minister Kwon Yool (Lee Beom-Soo) works well at his office, but he struggles to raise his three children alone. I expected it to be so so and thought I'll skip all the talking scenes but it was the total opposite. its obvious.., that they will start a new beginning.. it was a good drama though the acting of yoona was not really good.. hoping to watch more korean dramas as good as this.. For those of us who haven't seen this yet, but read to see if any good PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE if you are going to reveal any information about the story, especially the ending, then have the common courtesy to announce "SPOILER ALERT". The drama hasn't ended where I live, and I agree with Noiraa...customs are not the same everywhere. Korea has very deep thoughts on what is expected of its people both in public and private life. :) :) :) Love this drama so much before I watch the final episode, and then turn become so dissapointed with the ending.
Nam Nam Da-Jung (Yoona) is a reporter full of enthusiasm at work, but she always ends up missing big scoops. I've already done watching the last episode just now .... Yoona is so cute and I've got admit she suits the role of Nam Da Jung more than the her character in Love Rain. Personally, I could not live under, what seems to many, under what seems like a "despot" parent that does not allow minor or adult children to make any decisions about school, friends, spouses, etc. This could be due to the fact that they were originally ruled by "royalty" and some want to continue this (wishfully) in their private lives. , but good, bad or indifferent, let's not forget, IT'S NOT REAL. That was the most horrible ending drama that I ever watch.
"The size of the gate is consistent with the historical and archaeological knowledge we possess," Sa'ar Ganor, an excavation director with the Israel Antiquities Authority, said in a statement.
According to biblical narrative, "everything took place" at the gates of the ancient city of Tel Lachish, where the gate-shrine was originally built, the IAA said.The latest excavation, which took place from January to March 2016, focused on uncovering the entire gate, the IAA said.