51-year-old Kim Chae-kyung is raising an 8-year-old granddaughter. This is because the son and wife, who are currently out of contact, have taken care of the child since the age of 10. The lovely granddaughter is suffering from a rare and incurable disease, and the hospital bill is 2 million won every month. But Chae-kyung is worried. Because the 8-year-old granddaughter has a younger brother who is 1 year younger. The second child is currently at an orphanage thanks to the abandonment of her parents.
Chae-kyung, who appeared on KBS Joy’s ‘Ask Anything’ on the 17th, confessed that she was worried about whether to raise her second grandson in an orphanage. Chae-kyung, who is currently living with her remarried husband, is raising her first granddaughter with her husband’s support, but raising a second is by no means an easy task. Although the remarried husband has an open mind toward his second grandchild, raising two grandchildren who are not even his own is realistically fraught with great difficulties.
As soon as he heard the story, Seo Jang-hoon said, “There is nothing like this,” and asked what the current state of the couple who had two children was. The son, who even swung his fists at his mother, Chae-kyung, saying that he did not give them money has lost contact. The daughter-in-law also lost contact after the divorce, and the couple did not contribute anything other than the birth of a child.
Seo Jang-hoon, who had a hardened expression on his face, said, “Even if you are immature, it is very irresponsible to have two children and cut off contact like this irresponsibly.”
“Will there be good things in their lives while living like that? Seo Jang-hoon raised his voice and said, “What kind of joke is having a child?”
Seo Jang-hoon then said, “If you can’t make money, you have to do it yourself. What are you doing? Apologize quickly and repent of your mistakes.” “I hope you will think about how to help children. (Even now) If you don’t treat the children well, you will be punished, so keep that in mind.”
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