'Blindness crisis' Song Seung-hwan, shaman's prophecy came true
'Blindness crisis' Song Seung-hwan, shaman's prophecy came true
Actor Kang Bu-ja compared Song Seung-hwan's wealth to that of a quasi-chaebol.

In the second episode of TV Chosun's 'Life Talk Song Seung-hwan's Invitation' (hereinafter referred to as 'Song Seung-hwan's Invitation'), which aired on March 31, national actresses Kang Bu-ja and Kim Chang-sook appeared as guests.

Song Seung-hwan previously revealed that he was diagnosed with level 4 visual impairment due to macular degeneration and retinitis pigmentosa and was at risk of going blind. He said about the current state in last week's broadcast, "There is nothing frustrating. If you can't see it, you can't see it. The shape is recognizable."

On this day, Song Seung-hwan recalled the time when he appeared with Kang Bu-ja on 'Men in the Bathhouse' and said, "It was popular to go fortune telling, so I went to see fortune telling with senior Yoon Yeo-jeong, (Kim) Ho-jin, and (Bae) Jong-ok, and Mr. Kang (Rich) said, "I went to a place that recommended me and said I didn't need any of this. That person told me, 'You will become a semi-chaebol later,'" he said.

In response, Buja Kang remembered the shaman he had introduced and said, “I was very surprised. “So, he has become a quasi-chaebol,” he said. Song Seung-hwan previously exported his performance ‘Nanta’ to the United States for $4 million (approximately KRW 5.2 billion).

When Kim Chang-sook was surprised, Kang Rich-ja emphasized, "Then, you have become a quasi-chaebol." Song Seung-hwan said, "I am not a quasi-chaebol. I am glad that I do not have to worry about making a living."

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