“Thankfully, the children who grew up so well… ” ‘Habitual gambling controversy’ SES Suga told the current situation of three siblings Yu, Rahee, and Rayul who entered elementary school

Shu, who was almost expelled from broadcasting four years ago on charges of habitual gambling.

Suga, a former member of the group SES, who was controversially accused of habitual gambling four years ago, told the current situation of three siblings Yu, Rahee, and Rayul who became elementary school students.

In the TV Chosun ‘Star Documentary My Way’ broadcast on the 10th, Suga, who had a difficult time to think extreme in the aftermath of the habitual gambling controversy, appeared. On this day, Shu said about the situation at the time, “It was very difficult to breathe. I didn’t even want to hear the sound of my breathing.”

He continued, “I really hated thinking like that. From then on, I moved without thinking. It didn’t seem like he was escaping from reality. If there is anything I can do a little more, I think I can run as much as I want,” he said.

I get strength through my children.

It was the children who gave Shu strength again. Regarding life with three siblings, he said, “In our house, there are a lot of blankets, a lot of clothing, and a lot of shoes. I consume a lot of food, so I have to buy a lot at the mart. (Thanks to the children) The joy is three times, and the financial burden is three times as much.”

Shu also boasted of the graffiti the children left on the furniture. On the furniture, there was a phrase, ‘The world is so beautiful’, written by children in crooked handwriting. Regarding this, Shu said, “(Thanks to the children) I was healed a lot. Children post notes like ‘Mom, cheer up, you did a good job’ in front of my door or front door. Every time that happens, I learn from my children.”

The three children are already in elementary school.

The three children who previously appeared on KBS 2TV’s ‘The Return of Superman’ are now all entering elementary school. “The kids have grown up a lot,” he said. Thankfully, he grew up so well.”

He continued, “You can roughly understand the psychology of children by looking at their drawings, but thankfully, they are all bright. I got up with the thought, ‘I’m the only one who has a problem, I just have to do my best.’ I decided to have a little more courage and live my life without fear.”

Meanwhile, from 2016 to 2018, Shu sparked controversy over allegations of habitual gambling of a total of 790 million won in Macau and other foreign countries. Prosecutors indicted Shu without detention in 2018 on charges of habitual gambling abroad, and he was sentenced to six months in prison, two years of probation, and 80 hours of community service.

Seo Eun-hye Freelance reporter [email protected]


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