Nam Bo-ra reveals she likes helping parents
Contrary to some of the adolescents who may try to avoid helping parents in their everyday lives, the second-oldest daughter of a family with 13 children said she used to help out her mom at her restaurant during vacations when she was in college.
“I still sometimes help them carry dishes,” she said. “It is not something to be ashamed of.”
She also said that she sometimes get confused on which age each sibling is because there are so many.
“I’m really confident in taking care of children,” she said.
However, she also said it was hard to live with too many people in the one place.
“Because there are so many people, I sometimes feel my home is too small,” said Nam. “Before, all of the siblings were small, so it wasn’t a problem. But as they grow, it gets stuffy in the rooms.”
By Lee Sun-min [firstname.lastname@example.org]