In the KBS documentary ‘The Accompaniment’, different people appear with their own stories.
Among them, the recent situation of high school student Seung Joo, which touched the hearts of many people, was posted on various online communities.
On March 4, 2017, KBS’s “Documentary Accompaniment” aired the story of Seung-joo, a 17-year-old high school student who not only lives alone, but also takes care of her father and supports her 4-year-old sister.
According to the story, Seung Joo became a “mother” at the age of 17 when her mother suddenly disappeared, leaving her 4-year-old sister Seung Ji.
During the episode, people often misunderstood that she was her sister’s mother, and the scene in which Seung Joo confessed that she had to reluctantly cut her hair touched the hearts of many viewers.
In an interview, she admitted that she was jealous of her friends’ mothers and talked about her special love for her younger sister, saying: “When I see Seungji, I feel like I’m looking at my childhood.“
According to the current situation, Seung Joo, who lived a faithful life without the slightest deviation, won the grand prize in essay and poster competitions and successfully graduated from high school.
After that, at the age of 20, she entered the Korea National University of the Arts.
In addition, Seung Joo’s older brother is known to have studied at Seoul National University, people applauded them, saying: “It’s great that she doesn’t give up even in difficult situations and lives on.”
As the story quickly spread through various online communities, netizens were touched, saying: “I am proud that I didn’t give up on my dream even under difficult circumstances”, “I am in tears”, and “I hope that I will be happier in the future.”
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