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Kim Seo-hyung "Sick and tired of parents' fighting"

2012/10/03 | 875 views | Permalink | Source

Kim Seo-hyung appeared on the MBC TV program "Radio Star" on the 3rd of October and confessed that her mother and father's relationship was not very good.

She said, "I lived away from them since I was 19 and wasn't able to see them very often. I didn't want to go back home anyways. They were married but they considered themselves strangers. I grew up watching them live separately and fighting all the time so I thought I didn't belong there".

She continued, "I think I might need mental treatment on this matter. I never thought it was a pain for me but thanks to them, I see women and men relationships differently and I think it might affect my marriage point-of-view".

Kim Seo-hyung acted out the anger role in "Temptation of Wife". "It was like me. I let out the anger as much as I wanted to. It's been 4 years since my father passed away and I think it's time she lets him go too".

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