Park Joo-mi mentions her mother-in-law’s ‘donation of a 14 billion-dollar mansion’ “I took her for 20 years” (‘Miu Bird’)

September 13, 2021 by archyde

Actress Park Joo-mi revealed that she has been living with her parents-in-law for 20 years.

Park Joo-mi appeared as a special MC in the SBS entertainment program ‘My Little Old Boy’, which was broadcast on the 12th.

Park Joo-mi, who played the role of Sapi-yeong in the recently ended TV Chosun drama ‘Marriage Lyricist, Divorce Composition’, chose to divorce after her husband’s affair in the play. When asked what he would do if such a thing happened in real life, he said, “In the drama, my husband cheated only once, and I got on my knees and prayed, but they got divorced.

If it’s Park Joo-mi in reality, even if I can’t forgive you two or three times, I think I’ll forgive you once.”

I was able to hear stories about their married life. In 2001, Park Joo-mi married Lee Jang-won, the eldest son of Lee Jong-taek, chairman of Kwangsung Hitech, with annual sales of 70 billion won.

He said, “I’m not living with my parents-in-law, but I’m living with them.

I am ashamed to say that I live with him.” “My father was the eldest son, so I lived with my grandmother. If I had cousins ​​coming to Seoul, I wasn’t afraid to live with them and be crowded. When we got married, even if I had my parents-in-law and my sister-in-law, I gladly said, ‘It’s okay’.”

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