Journalist: What grade does my younger brother study in?
Son: He will enter the 3rd grade now
Reporter: Does my brother hide his mother’s presence from his friends?
Boy: Hides. My mother has gone to Korea and says she will come back soon.
Journalist: At what point do you wish you had my mother?
Son: When my mother is not there for the holidays, it’s not fun.
Reporter: What is the first thing my brother wants to do when his mother is released from prison?
Boy: I want to go on a picnic together as a family. And I want my mother to teach me. I always pick up my grandmother from school now, so I want to be picked up by my mother.
Journalist: I just heard the tears of my son
Mother: My son came to the roundabout and asked me. The children of my class asked me, “When are you coming out, mom, because you don’t have a mother, and your mother doesn’t come and pick you up?” I found it really difficult at that time. I understand that I was a fool after entering this prison. We are running for work and money. But there is no. It is the best thing to be near your children and your spouse even if you don’t have money.