“When my daughter got married, I was in my late 70s!” Jung Jun-ho gave realistic advice to ‘Fifty Daddy Comrade’ Kim Gura to quit drinking and exercise.

Jung Jun-ho, who gave advice to Kim Gura, a comrade who was a father in his fifties.

Actor Jung Jun-ho gave advice to Kim Gu-ra, ‘Fifty Daddy Comrade’.

In the MBC ‘Radio Star’ broadcast on the 20th, ‘Dad is acting, Daddy~ Action’ was featured as a special feature, and Jung Jun-ho, Shin Hyeon-jun, Baek Baek-hyun, and Song Jin-woo appeared as guests.

On this day, Jung Jun-ho said, “I go to a lot of weddings these days, and my daughter is now 4 years old. But when my daughter reaches the age of marriage, even if I take it back 25 years, I am almost in my late 70s. At that time, I wondered if I could bring her daughter to the entrance in a healthy state.” His youngest father, Shin Hyeon-jun, also agreed with Jung Jun-ho, saying, “Our daughter is not even taken care of.”

Jung Jun-ho is worried about whether he will be able to enter his daughter’s wedding hall in good health.

Next, Jung Jun-ho emphasized to Kim Gu-ra, who announced the news of the birth of a daughter last year, “So what I want to tell you is to reduce drinking.” Upon hearing this, Gu-ra Kim responded, “I don’t drink at all,” and Jun-ho Jung changed his words quickly and emphasized, “I need to exercise.”

Once again, Kim Gu-ra said, “I’m working hard on Pilates once a week,” and certified that he’s a Pilates fanatic. When Kim Gook-jin helped, “Kim Gu-ra continues to walk while playing golf and works hard on aerobic exercise,” Jung Jun-ho once again cried, saying, “That’s not a lot of exercise.”

Kim Gu-ra is hard at work giving advice, but has absolutely nothing to do with it.

In the end, Gura Kim said, “I don’t think it’s something you want to say to me, but something you want to say to yourself.” He pointed out, “Are you taking care of yourself in this way?”

Seo Eun-hye Freelance reporter [email protected]


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