Kim Tae-gyun confessed that the only thing left was that he could not serve his favorite ‘early stew’ to his mother, who passed away 7 years ago.

Kim Tae-gyun

Broadcaster Kim Tae-gyun expressed his longing for his mother, who passed away 7 years ago.

In SBS ‘My Little Old Boy’, which was broadcast on the 6th, a scene was drawn where Kim Tae-gyun, who appeared as a special MC, confided an episode in memory of his deceased mother.

Kim Tae-gyun, who met the Movengers mothers at the studio that day, said, “You have a very good impression. My mother passed away 7 years ago. It’s great to see the mothers.”

When the mothers expressed their regret, Kim Tae-gyun said, “My father died when I was 6 years old. Hug me one more time later. Then I think I will be very happy today.”

Next, the MCs asked Kim Tae-gyun, “When do you think of your mother the most?” Kim Tae-gyun said, “I think of you several times a day. It reminds me of purple. My mother liked purple very much.” “The most difficult time of the year is when the flowers bloom in April and May.”

Kim Tae-gyun said, “When I see my mother’s favorite food, I think of her. It is difficult to taste because the jjigae is fishy. The thing that comes to mind the most is that a few months before my mother passed away, she wanted to eat jjigae, but there was no good restaurant nearby.”

However, in the end, he couldn’t serve Jogi Jjigae to his mother, and that was the only thing left. He said, “When I went to Daejeon a while ago, I found Jogi Jjigae at a restaurant run by Jeolla-do. I was eating Jogijjigae, and it was so delicious that tears kept coming. I thought of my mother the whole time I ate. How much would you have liked if you ate this?” he recalled at the time.

At the same time, he expressed his wish, “If I have time to spend with my mother one day, I want to take her there.”

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