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Netizens Hope that Sulli’s Documentary Will Knock Some Sense into the Haters

Credit: MBC

The trailer for the documentary about the late Sulli has been released.

On September 3, MBC posted a preview of their new documentary about the late Sulli, titled “Why Was Sulli Uncomfortable?“

The preview starts with Sulli’s footages from her childhood to her 20s and shows interviews with some of her closest family and friends, including Sulli’s mother and Girls’ Generation’s Tiffany.

In addition, the clips where Sulli showed her honest feelings were revealed. In them, she confessed, “I think more people choose to see me through tinted glasses,” and “Don’t misunderstand. I’m not a bad person.”

Upon seeing this, netizens expressed their sadness.

“I don’t think I’ll be able to watch this. Even the trailer made me cry.”

“What was there to hate so much about this beautiful girl?”

“Can‘t believe MBC is producing this. This network literally tortured her when she was alive.”

“I hope she is resting in peace now.”

Meanwhile, Sulli made her debut as a child actor in 2005 through drama Ballad of Seo Dong, and later acted as an idol as a member of f(x) from 2009. After leaving the team in 2015, she transitioned into the career of an actress and worked on various projects. She passed away on October 14 last year at the age of 25.

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