"Even uterine hernia due to husband's affair"... Seo Jang-hoon, a wife who lives patiently
"Even uterine hernia due to husband's affair"... Seo Jang-hoon, a wife who lives patiently
Broadcasters Seo Jang-hoon and Lee Soo-geun are enraged at the story of a distressed woman who forgives her cheating husband.

In the KBS Joy entertainment show 'Ask Anything', which airs on the 31st, there is a story that her life has collapsed due to physical damage such as uterine hernia surgery and diabetes diagnosis as well as psychological damage due to her husband's habitual cheating after 8 years of marriage.

Dongja Lee Soo-geun, with a sad heart toward the storyteller who had no choice but to forgive her husband, asked, "It's more unfortunate because we're two, so why are you afraid of being alone?" What you said is the reason why you are like this today.” It is also said that she did not hesitate to give a harsh warning from the heart, "If you want to turn your life into an X-end, hug your husband and live!"

Two victims who are suffering from scams by romance scammers and sideline scams involving gambling sites also come to the two Bodhisattvas for advice.

One story says that many people are victims of fraud due to overseas romance scammers stealing their photos, and there are cases of up to 12 billion won in damages alone, and it is difficult for victims to come to work and deal with difficult situations. Announcing that you will be appearing

Another storyteller also complains of frustration at the fraudulent behavior of an account that steals her personal information and photos under the title of 'several hundred per month, unemployed mother' and induces victims to work on the sidelines and get them involved in illegal gambling sites.

In addition, the stories of high school students who are working hard towards the future of being doctors and the dreams of being actors that their parents set for them, and the story of worrying about everyone saying that they are stupid due to their stupid behavior in everyday life are also revealed.

'Ask Anything' airs every Monday at 8:30 PM.

Reporter Tae Yuna, Ten Asia youyou@tenasia.co.kr translated by google