Years later they meet again as interns in an ER, where they must deal with a demanding job and the antipathy still fresh between them.
Shinhwa’s Jun Jin and his father, Charlie Park, are known to have a strong relationship as father and son in the entertainment industry, but not much is known about Jun Jin’s relationship with his mother.
It wasn’t until his father’s third spouse that Jun Jin began warming up to his mother, who especially poured love towards Jun Jin and his little sister.
As he reached puberty and started questioning the existence of his birth mother, his stepmom promised to help him meet her when he becomes an adult.
But once he met his birth mother, Jun Jin promised himself to never meet her again, afraid of creating pain for her and the family she’s created.
Despite all these familial hardships he’s gone through, Jun Jin still respects his father, loves his stepmother, and understands his birth mother. Any copying, republication or redistribution of enews World's content other than for personal uses is expressly prohibited Without prior permission from enews World.
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