Some of the contents of the late Goo Hara’s diary have been released, causing a stir.
The latest episode of JTBC’s Lee Kyu Hyun’s Spotlight, which aired on July 23, dealt with the late Goo Hara’s death in connection with the controversy over the inheritance of the parents who had abandoned their child under the title of “Goo Hara and Two Trials.”
During the show, the late Goo Hara’s brother, Goo Ho In, said, “We didn’t have a mother as we grew up. I cannot tolerate the fact that our biological mother will receive my little sister’s inheritance.”
In particular, in the diary Goo Hara wrote, she wrote, “Song XX, who gave birth to me, you took me along when you were having an affair. If you were going to abandon me, why did you give birth to me?”
In response, Goo Hara’s biological mother refuted the diary, saying, “She wrote that I ran away because I had an affair, but that’s not true.“
Also, the fact that the most frequently mentioned word in the diary was “It’s okay” drew attention.
Professor Kim Tae Kyung of the Department of Psychological Counseling focused the most is the part that reads, “It is okay for a person like me to be loved?” He said, “This is an expression used by someone who thinks he’s not worth being loved. She (Goo Hara) has never received unconditional love before.”
Meanwhile, after discussing with Goo Ho In, Goo Hara’s father is also preparing to sue the mother for child support.