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Yoo Joon-sang cried at the thought of sick mother

2011/09/19 | 1372 views | Permalink | Source

Yoo Joon-sang cried reading a letter from his mother.

On the SBS TV program "Healing Camp", he spoke about his mother who was very sick after a strike of cerebral hemorrhage.

Not being able to write, she wrote a letter through his wife, Hong Eun-hee and passed it to him as a present.

Seeing her left-handed writing of his name on the envelope, he couldn't talk for a while. Then when MC Han Hye-jin read out loud her letter, he couldn't put up his head but started crying.

He said, "After my father passed away, I had to deal with the difficult conditions we were in. I was just about to do my duty to her as a son but she had a stroke. It hurts to think that she can't write anymore although she loves to".

On this days program, Yoo Joon-sang showed off himself like never before and appealed with skills.

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