Son Woong-jung, who raised Son Heung-min in “Walkle”, said, “If you’re a parent, you have to endure hunger and discomfort, and I’m also punished with corporal punishment.”

Son Woong-jung, the father who raised Son Heung-min, a world star player, has become a hot topic of conversation when he revealed his educational outlook during an interview with a media outlet. “Children grow up from their parents’ backside. Never try to be comfortable and lead by example,” Son said in a recent interview with Yonhap News.

He stressed that taking initiative is more important than anything else in raising children. Son said the first step in family education is to remove TVs from the living room and remove parents’ cell phones when they get home. Son argues that it is because children follow their parents’ behavior.

“When a child is born, he or she cannot talk, but only sees it with his or her eyes. Everyone grows up watching their parents’ backside,” Son said. “Parents will not be able to do so if they ask their children to study while watching TV and looking at the screen of their phones. If you want your children to read books, read books or write in the living room.”

“Doesn’t it just because parents want to be comfortable when they show kids smartphone videos at a cafe?” he said. “Parents should know how to endure hunger and discomfort. Children learn all of that.”

Son said he has never told Son to play soccer. “If you play a lot, watch a lot, and experience a lot, you’ll find that any child is ‘I can do this well,'” Son said. “For him, that was just soccer.”

Sohn also expressed his opinion on the “medical college rush” phenomenon that is taking place in the Korean society. After calling it “crazy” in the current society, where preference for medical schools is so severe that even kindergartens have medical classes, he couldn’t speak for a while. “Parents who think of their children as possessions, who ignore their talents and hang on to their immediate grades, are ruining their children,” he said.

“Isn’t it a happy life to earn 50,000 won by doing what you are talented and good at, rather than earning 100,000 won by doing something that is not appropriate for you?” Son said, pointing out that the Korean society should re-define the definition of success. Son reiterated the importance of family education. He has made no secret that he committed corporal punishment when coaching Son Heung-min.

“If you look at the Bible, you can see the phrase, ‘A stupidity lies in a child’s heart.’ Jews still have fathers punishing their children,” Son said. “There are times when punishment is necessary. You have to decide what is not acceptable to your child. And we must not compromise on that until the end.”

Director Son made headlines in a broadcast program when he said, “It’s not a Walcle” about Son Heung-min in the past. In 2022, he also appeared on tvN’s “You Quiz on the Block” and said, “I hope that Heung-min’s soccer will always grow 10% more,” and “I have to go down beautifully when I go down.” 토토사이트 순위

Regarding this, Son Heung-min said, “I don’t think I can add more weight to it because it’s my father’s opinion,” adding, “I don’t think I’m a world class, and if it’s a real world class, this debate doesn’t unfold.”

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