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Ryu Si Won Wants to Protect his Family, No Matter What

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2012.05.03 17:00 Mwave Lee, JinHo Translation Credit : Grace Danbi Hong

“I still want to protect my family.”
Ryu Si Won opened his mouth for the first time about the on-going divorce case with his wife.

The press conference for Channel A’s Good-bye Wife (directed by Kim Pyung Joon, written by Kim Do Hyun) was held on May 3 at the Ramada Hotel in Gangnam. At this event, Ryu Si Won, Hong Soo Hyun, Park Ji Yoon, Kim Min Soo, Danny Ahn, Julien Kang, Oh Joo Eun, and other actors gathered and talked about the drama and their thoughts.

Ryu Si Won Wants to Protect his Family, No Matter What

After the press conference was over, Ryu Si Won spoke to the reporters, “I feel that I need to say something at least. First of all, I wanted to only show you a good side of me, but the way things turned out, I guess I didn’t try hard enough.”

On April 3, Ryu Si Won’s wife officially filed for divorce at the Seoul Family Court, shocking the public. The couple married on October of 2010, and after a year and a half, ended up meeting in court. However, Ryu Si Won filed for a readjustment in the divorce and announced that he will protect his family.

“My thoughts haven’t changed. My family and daughter are my everything. I will do whatever it takes to protect my family.” He added, “There’s a lot I want to say, but I feel that whatever I say will end up hurting my daughter. For the sake of my daughter, I won’t say much.”

Meanwhile, Good-bye Wife is a story of an immature husband, Cha Seung Hyuk (Ryu Si Won), who says good-bye to his smart, first-love wife, Kang Sun Ah (Hong Soo Hyun), in hopes of reigniting their romance.

Photo Credit: Kim Byung Kwan

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