Baek Ji Young, Tears For Best Friend MC Mong, "Even I Fought My Struggles..."

By Staff Writer | May 23, 2012 10:10 PM EDT

Baek Ji Young, Tears For Best Friend MC Mong, "Even I Fought My Struggles..."
Baek Ji Young encouraged her best friend MC Mong on TV. (Photo : KBS)

Baek Ji Young encouraged her best friend MC Mong on TV.

In KBS 'Win Win' aired on May 22, Baek Ji Young, the ballad and dancing queen, came out as the guest.

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On this day, Baek Ji Young shed tears while talking about the 'Scarlett Letter' incident. She said, "I hope that people who are going through tough times right now would be able to win it", and said "There's one person that my heart cries out for the most right now, and that's MC Mong."

She continued, "I honestly don't even want to talk or think about what he did right and what he did wrong. I always call him and tell him that if I, a girl, was able to overcome my struggles, that he can too. He's going through a very hard time right now, but I hope he fights over it."

Photo: KBS

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