Some famous stars captivate viewers by showing off their friendly charms through the daily life stories of their families.
Famous people often hide their families from public attention. Of course, many still find it burdensome to reveal the faces of their family members but they are willing to release various small stories through entertainment programs. In particular, there are Yoo Jae Suk and Lee Min Jung.
When child actor Alan Kim, who acted in the movie “Minari”, appeared on tvN’s “You Quiz on the Block” in July last year, Yoo Jae Suk couldn’t help but show his father’s smile. Looking at the kid, he said, “He’s only 10 years old but I thought he looks older. He looks like Ji Ho. For a moment, I thought he was Ji Ho”, mentioning his son.
Last month, Jo Jung Suk also guested on the program and bragged about his daughter. The actor honestly confessed his feelings, saying “I’m also raising a kid, but I don’t show anyone pictures of my daughter. Of course, she’s very cute and pretty in my eyes, but I don’t think other people can always think and react that way”.
In addition, Yoo Jae Suk is also into telling stories about his daughter Na Eun. On a broadcast of “Hangout with Yoo” on October 2021, Yoo Jae Suk mentioned his 4-year-old daughter, saying “I heard Na Eun’s dream is to become an actress”. When the members showed support for Na Eun’s dream, Yoo Jae Suk smiled happily and reacted, “She’s already 4 years old now?”.
Lee Byung Hun’s wife Lee Min Jung has become a wannabe icon among female fans with her simple appearance and friendly charms through her Instagram updates about her son.
When asked if Lee Byung Hun often plays with their son on ENA Channel’s “Oh Eun Young’s Game”, Lee Min Jung replied, “He often plays games that use physical strength with the kid. My son is very energetic, and my husband are still taking him to sports events quite often”.
In particular, Lee Min Jung shared, “My son likes playing around and he’s very famous among his friends. Even when he sits down, he never stays still”, adding “These days, my son often says, ‘Life starts when we’re 60’. He tells his father, ‘Dad wasn’t not even born’”, drawing laughter.