Yoo Ju Eun, a 27-year-old actress has committed suicide.
Yoo Ju Eun’s older brother posted her final remarks on Instagram on August 29th. Yoo Ju Eun died on August 29th, according to the caption, and the funeral will be held on August 31st. Finally, he stated that he was distributing her note in order to grant her last wish.
“I’m sorry that I’m departing ahead of everyone else,” the late actress wrote in her statement, born in 1995. Mother, father, grandmother, and brother, in particular. My mind is screaming that I no longer want to live. You may feel empty without me, but please keep on. I’ll keep an eye on you. Please refrain from crying. It is not good for your health.
I’m not sad at all. In fact, I’m very calm. Maybe because I’ve been thinking about it for a long time.
I’ve lived such a happy life which I don’t deserve. So I am content. This is enough. So please don’t blame anyone and move on.
I’m not dead. So please live a good life everyone. I hope to see many people at my funeral and everyone could see if anyone is going through something.
I really wanted to do acting. Maybe it was my everything or just a part of me. But then it wasn’t easy to pursue that life. I didn’t want to do anything else. That was devastating. I realized having a dream is a blessing and a curse at the same time.
I’m sure God won’t send me to hell because he loves me. He will listen and take care of me. So don’t worry everyone.
And to my dear family, friends, and loves. Thank you for adoring me and loving me. It was my strength and my laughter as well. I think I lived a successful life because I’m taking unforgettable memories till the end. Thank you for understanding and putting up with me. I’m sorry I couldn’t be more expressive. But I hope you’d understand.
And to all of you who knew me, especially teachers, thank you so much and I respected you. Thank you for teaching me many things about life.
Mom, dad, I love you. Please don’t cry. I’m pleading.”
Rest in peace Yoo Ju Eun and we send our condolences to her loved ones.
She has featured in dramas such as ‘Joseon Survival’ and ‘Big Forest.’
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