‘Same Bed, Different Dreams 2: You Are My Destiny’ Jin Tae-hyun and Park Si-eun “We were shocked by the child abuse case… adoption, have to take responsibility”

[Intern reporter Shin Hyo-won, Daily Economy Star Today]

‘Same Bed Different Dreams 2: You Are My Destiny’ Jin Tae-hyun and Park Si-eun, a couple mentioned the case of Jung In and expressed their beliefs about adoption.

In the SBS entertainment program ‘Same Bed Different Dreams 2: You Are My Destiny’ broadcast on the 8th, the Jin Tae-Hyun-Park Si-eun family, who visited Park Si-eun’s mother’s house, discussed the second adoption.

On this day, Park Si-eun asked his mother, “Dabida’s younger brother may not be one. In the future, we may have another family like Dabida. What do you think about it?” The mother responded cautiously, saying, “I have to think about it.”

Park Si-eun said, “We have always been talking. After becoming a family with Tabida, we have a heart that we can become a family with other friends.”

At the same time, Park Si-eun referred to the case, saying, “Isn’t there a very shocking incident. We also lost something to say.” The Jung-in’s case was a child abuse murder case in Yangcheon-gu, Seoul last year.

Jin Tae-hyun shared the pain he felt as an adoptive family, and said, “Adoption is only possible when my child comes into our house and has the idea that it is my child even if I take home documents. I can adopt this level of responsibility for parents to have this responsibility.” I think it can be done.”

He also added, “I hope that the very beautiful word adoption does not make you difficult. It is a very beautiful word that there is a world adoption day.”

Park Si-eun said, “It was heartbreaking to look at the articles after this incident, and I saw articles that there were many cases where parents who were trying to adopt cancel their adoptions after this incident. I was so upset and heartbreaking to hear that there were things that I didn’t do. I hope they have courage.”

On the other hand, ‘Same Bed Different Dreams 2: You Are My Destiny’ is a program that looks at the way couples in various fields are living in full swing from the perspective of ‘man’ and ‘woman’, and examines the meaning of meeting the half of fate and the value of living together. It airs every Monday at 10pm.

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