South Korean actress Yoo Joo-eun wrote her family a note and then took her own life: career became an obsession
Yoo Joo-eun was a South Korean actress who took her own life at just 27 years old. She left a note for her family and for all those who loved her and who had always supported her.
The young actress had managed to land several roles, but her career had not made life easy for her and, in the end, led her to choose to make a extreme gesture.
To publish his words on the web, it was the brother, through an Instagram post. Words that were later translated by soompi.com.
I’m sorry I left you. I am particularly sorry for mom, dad, grandmother and brother. My heart screams that I don’t want to live. Life without me may be empty, but please live courageously. I’ll keep an eye on you. Don’t cry. I’m not sad right now. I feel steadfast and calm. I think it’s because I’ve thought about it for a long time. I lived such a happy life that it was more than I deserved. That’s why that’s enough for me. It’s enough. So please live without blaming anyone.
It was what he wanted and he asked his family to accept this decision, without living with the sense of guilt. Her life as an actress had given her what she never imagined she would achieve, but she had had enough.
She took her own life, because that was the easiest way, the way to inner peace.
Yoo Joo-eun is particularly known for her roles in films K-dramas Big Forest of 2018 and Joseon Survival Period of 2019.
In her note, left to her family before taking her own life, the South Korean actress also talked about her career, explaining how much she had become a ‘obsession. She didn’t want to do anything else, but it was hard and it became a curse in the end.
To all my loving family, friends and loves. Thank you so much for supporting me and loving me. You were my strength and my happiness.
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