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[Spoiler] "The Prime Minister and I" Yoona and Lee Beom-soo get married

2013/12/17 | Permalink | Source

Lee Beom-soo and Yoona finally got married.

Nam Da-jeong (Yoona) and Kwon Yool (Lee Beom-soo) got married on the fourth episode of the KBS 2TV drama "The Prime Minister and I".

Nam Da-jeong wore a white wedding dress and got ready to enter the wedding hall. Kwon Yool asked why the dress was so lacy and she was surprised at the fact that the dress was white.

She was worried about her father with the Alzheimer's because he thought of every women in white as her dead mother.

Nam Yoo-sik (Lee Han-wi) saw her and said, "You're so pretty today. What's the occasion?" and shocked everyone. Nam Da-jeong thought she wouldn't be able to walk in holding her father's hand.

However, Nam Yoo-sik remembered it was her daughter's wedding and managed to walk her in. He even told Kwon Yool to take care of her.

Source : www.newsen.com/news_v...

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