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Mi-Cha Bak married Kang-Dae Bak when they were younger, and they went on to have two children, Sun and Joong-Ki. Early on in the relationship, she loved Kang-Dae, but this love faded later on.
Later on, Mi-Cha was diagnosed with cancer.
Mi-Cha was extremely close to her firstborn, Sun, who she was very proud of and loved very much, always praising her for winning her matches. She reminded Sun to always be fair to her brother, to not blame him for how much her father loved him. She also made Sun promise her one last wish, to always help and protect the family.
Mi-Cha died soon after, and in her funeral, Kang-Dae and Sun talked about feeling the loss of losing her.
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- Kang-Dae Bak: Mi-Cha loved Kang-Dae early on in the relationship, and later on, this love faded. Kang-Dae has said that when she was alive, he was a better man. He always has loved and respected her, and has not married anyone else since she died.
- Sun Bak: MI-Cha loved her daughter very much, and was always proud of her. She trusted Sun to take care of the family for her, to help realize Kang-Dae's dream of building up the company.
- Joong-Ki Bak: Mi-Cha seemed to love her son as much as she loved her daughter, and asked Sun to help him as he was to be groomed as heir to the company.
|Sense8, Season 1|
|#01||"Limbic Resonance"||#07||"W. W. N. Double D?"|
|#02||"I Am Also A We"||#08||"We Will All Be Judged by the Courage of Our Hearts"|
|#03||"Smart Money Is on the Skinny Bitch"||#09||"Death Doesn't Let You Say Goodbye"|
|#04||"What's Going On?"||#10||"What Is Human?"|
|#05||"Art Is Like Religion"||#11||"Just Turn the Wheel and the Future Changes"|
|#06||"Demons"||#12||"I Can't Leave Her"|
|Sense8, Season 2|
|#01||"Happy F*cking New Year"||#07||"I Have No Room In My Heart For Hate"|
|#02||"Who Am I?"||#08||"All I Want Right Now Is One More Bullet"|
|#03||"Obligate Mutualisms"||#09||"What Family Actually Means"|
|#04||"Polyphony"||#10||"If All the World's a Stage, Identity Is Nothing But a Costume"|
|#05||"Fear Never Fixed Anything"||#11||"You Want a War?"|
|#06||"Isolated Above, Connected Below"||#12||"Amor Vincit Omnia"|