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Comedian Kim Jun Ho Participates in Sports Day for Choi Jin Sil’s Children

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2012.10.25 17:24 Mwave Grace Danbi Hong

Filling in for their parents, comedian Kim Jun Ho participated in sports day with the children of the late actress, Choi Jin Sil.

KBS Qualifications of Men is currently in the midst of creating a family choir, and to encourage the families on the show, the main cast created a wish tree.

Among the family members were Choi Jin Sil’s children, Hwan Hee and Joon Hee, whose wish was that Kim Jun Ho would participate in the fall sports day at their school with them.

Comedian Kim Jun Ho Participates in Sports Day for Choi Jin Sil’s Children

To fulfill their wish, Kim Jun Ho surprised the children on the day of the sports day, fully prepared even with packed lunches. Once he set foot onto the school, crowds of children surrounded him and the comedian proceeded to acting silly like he does on his popular Gag Concert skits.

With Kim Jun Ho, Hwan Hee and Joon Hee received many cheers from the crowd, especially during the ‘Tug-of-War with Dad’ and ‘Relay with Dad’ events.

Considered a national actress, Choi Jin Sil committed suicide in 2008 due to malicious rumors pushing that she was the cause of the death of another celebrity’s suicide. Her younger brother and singer, Choi Jin Young, ended his life in 2010, unable to cope with his sister′s death.

Jo Sung Min, who is the father of Hwan Hee and Joon Hee has limited visitation rights after a messy divorce. Choi Jin Sil’s elderly mother currently has custody over both children.

The broadcast of Hwan Hee and Joon Hee’s sports day with Kim Jun Ho will be aired on October 28.

Photo Credit: KBS

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