“When I was a player, I endured everything because I didn’t want to show my weakness.” The eldest daughter, actress Lee Seong-kyung, sympathized with the words of Se-ri Pak.

JTBC ‘Celebration Club’

When Se-ri Pak confessed that patience had become a habit when she was a player, her eldest daughter, Seong-kyung Lee, sympathized.

In the JTBC ‘Celebration Club’ broadcast on the 21st, cartoonist Heo Young-man and actor Lee Sung-kyung appeared as new members.

On this day, Heo Young-man opened his mouth when he heard an article about Se-ri Pak, ‘It was unfair that I couldn’t do anything else because I was only playing golf’. Se-ri Pak said, “I never really had such a thought,” but “I have never had a comfortable rest while playing golf. There are off-seasons, but I couldn’t rest because I was afraid that if I rested comfortably during that time, I would become sluggish. That’s what I regret the most,” he said.

“All athletes have the same mind,” said Pak Se-ri, adding that patience has become a habit. “I endured everything because I didn’t want to appear sick and weak. Even when I was angry, I hid it without expressing it.”

JTBC ‘Celebration Club’

Hearing this, Lee Sung-kyung deeply sympathized with Pak Se-ri’s remarks. He said, “Since I am the eldest daughter at home, I felt the same. It has to be money, and when I’m having a hard time, my parents are worried.” He recalled the times when he hid his emotions.

He continued, “I didn’t want to have a bad influence with my words and actions while I was working. When I was young, I didn’t know how to get angry like ‘Angel Soldier’, but like the president (Park Se-ri), I try to be honest but not rude.”

In addition, Lee Seong-kyung said, “Why do you like golf? Concentrating on one ball is meditation and bruising. I think golf is good for mental ventilation.”

Meanwhile, Lee Sung-kyung, who has a younger sister 4 years old, Hankook Ilbo interview in 2019He showed special affection for his younger brother.

At the time, he said, “My younger brother thinks of me like a class mother.” “When I was young, my parents worked as dual-income earners. When I was away from my parents, I fed my sister sweet potatoes, boiled ramen, and fed her. So it seems to make me feel bigger.”

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