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Uhm Tae-woong seen out with daughter

2017/08/15 | 2729 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Uhm Tae-woong was spotted out and about recently. Ilgan Sports reported seeing Uhm Tae-woong with his daughter and pets near his home in Gwangju. He's been taking some time off work and spending his free time with his family.

Uhm Tae-woong can't seem to take his eyes off his daughter and is having fun taking pictures of her. He was still the overprotective daddy that he was in "Return of Superman".

Ji-on has grown up a lot since her last time seen on TV. This year she turns five-years-old and she looks very tall. Uhm Tae-woong's wife Yoon Hye-jin posts pictures of their daughter on her Instagram every once in a while.

Meanwhile, Uhm Tae-woong is coming back with the new movie "Fork Lane" by Kim Ki-duk. Although a new movie is out, Uhm Tae-woong hasn't appeared publicly and claims he has no plans to do so anytime soon.

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