[Reporter Se-yeon Park, Daily Economy Star Today]
Park Woo-sik, from ‘Superstar K2’, made a 10-year remark after the declaration of coming out.
Park Woo-sik said on the 11th, “I have been living really hard since coming out in 2010. I had a hard time with all kinds of swearwords and swearing by my parents through phone calls, text messages, and my mini homepage guestbook.”
Park Woo-sik said, “I heard swear words that I couldn’t hear because I was born, such as I can’t sing and my face was ugly. Thinking back then, it was really hard enough to make extreme choices. It has been 10 years since I came out over time. Even now, I am still suffering from bad comments, and I am living really hard.”
“Recently, it was so difficult that I tried to make an extreme choice, but I was found by a passing police box manager and returned home after consultation. It’s still that hard. And since I live alone, I always cry whenever I am at home. It may be difficult for many people due to the COVID-19, but I hope this period will pass quickly.”
Park Woo-sik said, “I am currently practicing singing, and if ‘Mr. Trot 2’does, I will try it. That’s why I practice singing a lot. I am going to audition with a better look than my previous skills. In the future, I will be confident as a gay.”
Park Woo-sik drew attention when he came out when he appeared in ‘Superstar K2′ in 2010. He also left a message of support for singer Kwon Do-woon, who recently came out.
<Park Woo-sik’s social media post>
I have been living really hard since coming out in 2010. With Cyworld’s malicious comments, I struggled with all kinds of swearwords and even my parents’ curses.
I’ve been told that I’m a terrible singer. It was really hard enough to make extreme choices when I think about it at that time due to malicious comments from demonizing me for coming out to attack my appearance.
It’s been 10 years since I came out this year. I’m still suffering from bad comments and I’m living really hard.
Recently, it was too difficult to go to Mapo Bridge at night to make an extreme choice, but I was found by a passing police box officer and returned home after consultation.
It’s still too hard. And living alone is so lonely that I always cry whenever I am at home. I know that many people are having a hard time because of COVID-19. I hope this period will pass quickly.
I’m practicing singing right now, and if ‘Mr. Trot’ Season 2 comes, I’m going to challenge it. I am practicing singing that much. I am going to audition with a better look, not my previous skills.
In the future, I will be confident as a gay.
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