Prime Minister and I Episode 8 Recap
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Long-buried feelings of bitterness and resentment come to light, which brings with them painful memories. Yet I could watch these two dance around their feelings all day, especially since their loving and affectionate actions prime minister is dating ep 8 their words of denial. Hye-joo abruptly ends the press conference to relay the news that the prime minister was involved in the car accident.
They exit the hospital room smiling for the cameras. They get through the the crowd of reporters looking more affectionate than before, and Editor Go complains at how Da-jung barely gave them a second glance. Omg, little Man-se has his own mini-door. He tells big bro Woo-ri that Dad is home, but gets turned away with one stern look. She even goes as far as to try unbuttoning his shirt for him rawr?
But the button accidentally falls off in the midst of their back-and-forth and Da-jung dsting turns away in embarrassment. Appalled, Yul barks at her to get out and covers himself up, heeand Da-jung mumbles that she was just trying to help. He refuses the aforementioned demand, saying that his objective is Yul, not Da-jung. Madam Priem reads up on alluring ways to appeal to her husband at home.
Aw, points for trying to sweet-talk him though. Yul ponders over a picture of his children, especially Woo-ri, and then contemplates some more by the window. Da-jung walks in, and the mere sight of him sends her heart thumping wildly. In fact, Yul has a literal aura about him in her eyes, and she accidentally pricks prije with datnig needle. So Da-jung practices kendo in the yard to get a hold of herself, which is when comes up behind her to correct her posture.
Yul holds onto her as he teaches, and is impressed by her willingness to learn. He trusts that the president will make the right decision, though, the president shifts uncomfortably. He declines her offer to take him out for lunch since he plans to spend time with his children. Both In-ho and Da-jung freeze when Dad datint recounts that a fan dropped by earlier asking about the story of how Yul and his daughter met.
In-ho warns Dad that prime minister is dating ep 8 could have been a reporter in disguise, and Da-jung instructs her father not to talk about her relationship with Yul. But In-ho confesses that there is someone he likes, which sparks some playful teasing, unaware that Editor Go is spying on them from around the corner. He tries to regain control by telling them to chew their mijister properly, which triggers an imaginary Da-jung telling him that people need to enjoy their meals.
So he proposes that they spend the afternoon together as a family, but each of the kids politely decline until poor Yul is left at the table alone. Da-jung is delighted to that Dad is responding to his chemo treatment. In-ho catches the Scandal News team snooping prime minister is dating ep 8 and confronts them about trying to write up gossip stories about their former co-worker. He offers to either to turn a blind eye or let them take minisfer up with Da-jung herself, and they leave.
In-ho then meets up with Da-jung outside, and the two engage in a playful snowball fight. Unbeknownst to them, Reporter Byun excitedly snaps photos of the two at a distance. Eep, was he the reporter who talked to Dad? Meanwhile at home, Yul waits up for Da-jung, constantly checking his phone and even sewing more dolls to pass the time. Night falls by the time Yul gets annoyed enough to step outside where he finds his youngest waiting outside lrime Da-jung.
Da-jung asks why Yul is standing outside adting the cold, of which he answers that he wanted some fresh air, and not of course, because he was waiting for her or anything, nope. He climbs into bed obediently, still dressed in his day clothes. Da-jung reaches across for the copy of One Thousand and One Nights and starts reading aloud, about how Scheherazade left off her story unfinished and the sultan vowed to do away with her once she would.
Yul falls asleep to the sound of her voice, and Da-jung smiles to realize that this method actually works. She scribbles a note on his bandage and whispers a word of thanks for looking after her father before she bids him good night. He laughs at the get-well-soon note on his bandage. Da-jung has the younger kids line up to see their father off to work the next morning. Yul swings by a marketplace to speak with the shopkeepers as the media documents a visit. He buys a gift for Na-ra and another bow hairclip for Da-jung perhaps.
Little Man-se bawls his eyes out when his father returns sans a present for him while Nara is pleased with hers. She spots the hairclip, which Yul hastily stuffs in his pocket. She stammers that she has, and he has her bring it to him for review. The way he tries to drop hints ddating rather adorable, as he awkwardly comments about her long hair and how she should er, do something about it. Tucking it away again, Yul gets pissy about her response and criticizes her journal too, which leaves Da-jung pouting and she storms out in annoyance.
He gets called in to see the president. Yul and Da-jung share a celebratory drink with Hye-joo and In-ho, praising them on their efforts. Da-jung cheerfully asks for a drink too, and Yul refuses, the memory of her drunken antics still fresh on his mind. Both staffers notice how smiley the couple are with each other, and Hye-joo pulls Da-jung out for a chat.
El is surprised that their history goes that far and listens to how Hye-joo describes Yul as someone she highly respects. In-ho tenses when Yul asks about his brother, but In-ho answers that his hyung was in a car accident with the woman he loved. Da-jung returns to enliven the tense prime minister is dating ep 8 in the room.