“Mom’s oxygen burns out in the wildfire” Yoon Jeong-soo’s post on Mother’s Day makes me upset and think a lot even if a third party who doesn’t care hears it

Yoon Jung-soo and mother

Broadcaster Yoon Jung-soo confessed, “I don’t know how upset I am because my mother’s oxygen was all burned up in this wildfire.”

On Mother’s Day, Instagram on the 8th, Yoon Jung-soo said, “If possible, I want to put it up on Mother’s Day, so that everyone can say something nice to their parents…” and confessed that his mother, Sansan, suffered damage in the very large forest fire this spring.

In the photo posted by Yoon Jeong-soo, the oxygen was swept away by a wildfire, but the nearby land was still blooming with small purple flowers.

Yoon Jung-soo said, “Yeah, it’s raining and the burning smell is gradually disappearing, and the grass grows gradually. A little flower on the ground…that must be hope,” he said calmly.

He continued, “There are people who are upset like this, so it must have been very difficult for the children on Children’s Day on May 5th, but on May 8th, let’s work hard for our parents and let’s become good adults.” “Don’t lose your chance like me. .” he concluded.

Yoon Jung-soo in 2017

Yoon Jung-soo’s mother is deaf, and after divorce from her husband, she raised Yoon Jung-soo alone.

Yoon Jung-soo, who suffered from dementia and collapsed from a brain hemorrhage and left her mother in November 2016, was declared bankrupt in 2013.

In January 2017, Yoon Jung-soo told Park Soo-hong on SBS ‘My Little Old Boy’, “Do you think only parents would want to see their children like that?

Yoon Jung-soo, who appeared on MBC’s ‘People are Good’ in August 2017, said, “I moved to a house for my mother even in difficult circumstances.” Otherwise, the mother would have died sooner. No matter what others say, I made a good choice.”

Yoon Jung-soo, who was sitting in a pile of billions of debt because of guarantees, said that the most regretful thing in life was not ‘guarantee’ but ‘that I did not do my best for my parents’, making my heart ache.

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