Choi Jeong-yoon, the daughter-in-law of a chaebol family, confesses to living hard, “Alba also has age restrictions”

Choi Jung-yoon “Divorce is ‘in progress’… The most important thing is my daughter, I don’t want to take my father away by my choice”

Actor Choi Jung-yoon reported on the current situation of experiencing financial difficulties during the divorce process. /Photo = Screen capture of SBS ‘I Need Women’

[아시아경제 온라인이슈팀] Actor Choi Jung-yoon confessed that he suffered life during the hiatus. Choi Jeong-yoon is in the process of divorce from Yoon Tae-joon, a former singer of Eagle Five and the eldest son of E-Land Group vice president.

In the SBS entertainment program ‘I Need Women’, which was aired on the 2nd, Choi Jung-yoon said, “(The divorce or not) is the same as the situation in the article. Usually, there are articles saying ‘divorce’, but I am in the process.” He explained, “This is a problem between my daughter and my father. The most important thing is my daughter. I don’t want to take my father away by my choice,” he explained.

Then, he confessed that he was going through hardships in his life recently. Choi Jung-yoon said, “I have to take responsibility for my daughter, so I thought I should try a part-time job after a lot of thought. At the same time, he confessed that he tried to find a part-time job serving at a cafe, but eventually gave up because he could not do childcare at the same time.

Choi Jeong-yoon was listening to a lecture by a real estate agent. Choi Jeong-yoon, 45 this year, said, “I found out about the real estate agent exam by chance, and I started studying while looking for a job that I could do when I didn’t have an actor’s job. “I didn’t know if I could do it again,” he said.

In the midst of this, Choi Jung-yoon returned to the CRT by taking on the lead role of Do Yeon-hee in the recently finished SBS drama ‘Amor Party-Love, Now’ as a single woman who is out of town.

Meanwhile, Choi Jung-yoon married Yoon Tae-jun in 2011 and gave birth to a daughter in November 2016, five years later.

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