Jae Min-hyun, who has been on a high note lately after receiving his bachelor’s degree from Hanyang University, will be making his first television appearance since the death of his father in April.
He will appear in an upcoming documentary, called “Claymore Miner,” on the upcoming season of KBS2’s “Produce 101.”
In his recent interviews, Jae said he has been thinking about his dad’s death for a while and that his mother had made a lot of effort to comfort him and comfort him to go back to work as soon as possible.
“I think my father made it clear to me that he was doing this for his family,” Jae told reporters.
“He was doing it for his daughter.
He was doing that for his parents.
I don’t know how I would have survived this.
I know I could have died.”
On the other hand, Jeejoon, who was recently seen as a potential successor to the current KBS head, has said that he would like to continue working in the entertainment industry after he finishes his graduate degree.
“Claysmoker was really my dream project,” JeeJoon said in an interview with a Korean TV station in March.
“My father worked as a mine engineer in a mine, and I wanted to be a mine worker, so I wanted that to happen.”