Broadcaster Sayuri wrote a will and asked her ‘best friend’ Lee Ji-hye to take care of her son Zen.
In the episode of KBS 2TV’s ‘The Return of Superman’, which was broadcast on the 12th, Sayuri and Zen’s mother had a temple stay and experienced entering the building and writing a will.
On that day, while writing Sayuri’s will, he suddenly called Lee Ji-hye and said, “If I die suddenly, Zen will be alone. Then can you take care of Jen until my mom and dad come to Korea for a day or two?” he asked.
To this, Lee Ji-hye said, “Of course not. But why am I like this all of a sudden? where are you sick Is it hard?” and Sayuri said, “No. I am writing a will now. I imagine what it would be like when I die and write it down.”
Lee Ji-hye, who heard this, said, “It’s so sad just thinking about it. Can not be done. have to live long Of course, I will do my best to take care of you like my own child, but how are you going because you are so sad? I feel like I’m going to cry all of a sudden.”
But Sayuri, who didn’t care, said, “I do poo three times a day, so I have to change it on time. I don’t have much inheritance, but I’ll give you the password, so I want 50% to go to Zen and 50% to donate.”
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