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"Healing Camp" Hong Eun-hee, "I wasn't on good terms with my mother-in-law"

2014/11/17 Source

Actress Hong Eun-hee appeared recently on the SBS TV show "Healing Camp" and talked about how she met her 11-year older husband, Yu Jun-sang.

The couple got married in 2003 March 1st when Hong Eun-hee was a rising star. She was the model of an airline company and starred in various works. Naturally, their marriage didn't go so smoothly.

MC Lee Kyeong-gyu asked carefully, "We heard that your mother-in-law fainted at the news of your marriage".

Hong Eun-hee replied, "She didn't faint but she was mad. There was cold air for a while. She didn't even talk to me". However, her husband's efforts eventually made things between them better and they got along.

Hong Eun-hee recalled the time she was pregnant with her first child. She got pregnant much earlier than expected so her mother slapped Yu Jun-sang on the back.

"He got on his knees and said he was sorry".

The love story between Hong Eun-hee and Yu Jun-sang can be seen on "Healing Camp" on the 17th at 11PM.

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