In an interview with Newsen, as translated by AsiaOne, Song recalled his three children — Daehan, Minguk and Manse — enjoying themselves at a playground when someone suddenly threw a bottle of urine at them.
According to Song, the children are quickly growing up and have just started their first year in elementary school.
“They’re adjusting well,” he said. “They were born on the same day from the same belly, but it’s amazing how different their personalities are. I wonder what’s the best way to care for each of their different energy levels and personalities.”
“They were also assigned to three different homerooms, so it’s triple the work (at school) too,” Song added.
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