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Ku Hye Sun speaks out on “unfair” divorce with Ahn Jae Hyun

Ku Hye Sun said about her husband: “I don’t love him anymore. Because he doesn’t love me.




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Recently South Korean actress Ku Hye Sun shared about her current mindset in the midst of divorce proceedings with Ahn Jae Hyun in an exclusive interview with Woman Sense.

She said, “One day, Ahn Jae Hyun told me that he no longer had feelings for me. After that, talk of divorce started to come up.”

“After Ahn Jae Hyun moved out to a studio in order to focus on acting, it became difficult to contact him. Suddenly the studio had become a space for our separation.” She added that they never had a big fight during the past three years.

“To me, this divorce feels so unfair.”

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“He doesn’t respond to any calls or texts. Recently, when I was in the hospital, he told me he was going to stop by our house to pick up his winter clothes. That was the last contact we had.”

Photo: Screengrab from Instagram

Ku Hye Sun added, “I don’t love him anymore. Because he doesn’t love me. Throughout all of this, I learned that I need to trust in myself, not love.” She added, “I don’t want this divorce to become a scar. I’m going to treat it as just another thing that has happened in my life, and I’m going to live cheerfully.”

South Korean actress Ku Hye-sun revealed that she will stop posting about her ex-husband Ahn Jae-hyun who is currently in a divorce suit with her.

The actress posted an article on her SNS starting with “It’s strange”, and “People think I must have made him crazy, even when he wasn’t devoted to our marriage, let me find out about circumstances that made me suspect that he was having an affair, and committed violence against me while inebriated.”

She said that it is not true that she was obsessed about Ahn saying, “To be honest, I was exhausted from doing housework, so I wasn’t able to pay much attention to him. It was the opposite of obsession.”

She also said, “He was probably also patient with me, but asking for a divorce was a brutal thing to do to me, who had lived her life while being patient with him. I wanted to keep using social media to show the feelings of betrayal that a person feels after finding out that [her husband] has been preparing for divorce for a long time together with his agency.” /TISG


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