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Park Si-eun and Jin Tae-hyun Generate Curiosity With Daughter's Adoption

2020/01/28 Source

Actress Park Si-eun's age is arousing curiosity.

Born in 1980, Park Si-eun is 41 years old, and her husband, Jin Tae-hyun, was born in 1981. They co-starred in the SBS drama "Pumpkin Flower" and ended up getting married in July of 2016.

Meanwhile, the married couple explained their cause for adopting a college-age child on an SBS TV show on the 27th.

Park Si-eun said, "She's a mature and independent child. She's from a tough background, but she's soft at heart. She tries hard and handles things on her own. However, we know that she has a good heart and I wanted to show her that there are two people who love and support her".

"The best we can do is stand by her as her parents. I debuted at the age of nineteen and pretended like I knew everything, but eventually I went back to my mother's arms when everything failed. I wanted to give her that comfort".

Source : moneys.mt.co.kr/news/...

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