Actress Seo Yoo-jung got divorced after 6 years of marriage Sorry
“I stopped because I was afraid of the hurt my family would get. It’s something you’ll find out someday, so I’m telling you with courage because I think it’s right to tell you first.”
Actor Seo Yoo-jung is belatedly known to have recently divorced after six years of marriage.
Seo Yoo-jung said on her Instagram on the night of the 23rd, “It was not an easy choice, but it’s been a long time since I organized it,” adding, “I’m heartbroken that I couldn’t keep my family, and I’m sorry for bowing my head to my family.”
After debuting in the entertainment industry with the 25th recruitment of MBC, Seo Yu-jung gained attention by playing a significant role in MBC’s special drama “Golden Feather,” and became popular for playing Sang-wook, the youngest daughter of a child, in MBC’s “You and gained popularity.
Seo Yoo-jung married Jeong in September 2017 and has a daughter. The following year, in 2018, he appeared as a first-year married couple on the TV CHOSUN entertainment program “The Taste of Wife, Nowhere in the World.”
Seo Yoo-jung’s real name is Lee Yoo-jung, and she changed her name immediately after her debut to avoid confusion with a celebrity with the same name. She was a model when she was in the second grade of the dance department at Anyang Arts High School, went to Sungui Women’s University, and applied for the open recruitment of entertainers for broadcasting companies.
[Seo Yoojung’s comment on her social media]
Hello, I’m Seo Yoojung.
I stopped because I was afraid of the wounds my family would get. I was also afraid.
It’s something you’ll find out one day, so I’m telling you with courage because I think it’s right to say it first. I tried to get married, have a family, have children, and live hard, but I don’t think we could keep our promise to each other.
It’s been a long time since I organized it. It wasn’t an easy choice and I’m scared and scared while writing this, but I’m trying to say it for my angel and myself.
I’m sorry to all the people who cared for me, prayed for me, and cheered me on. I’d like to tell you.
I feel sorry for my child because I can’t keep my family.I’m sorry for bowing my head down. I’d like to speak.
I’m telling you because I don’t want to hide it because I’m afraid it’ll be cowardly and misunderstood in my life.