Singer Han Hye-jin, who was very popular with the song ‘Brown Memories’, confessed that after the divorce, she had only 1 million won left in her hand.
Han Hye-jin, who appeared on JTBC’s ‘Life Talk Show Turning Point’ on the 10th, said about the divorce background, “Once you like it, you give it all away. In the hopes that my husband would do well, he gave all the money he earned as a singer as a business fund.
In addition, Han Hye-jin said, “In the aftermath of the business failure, the good relationship started to shake. I tried to live somehow, but in the end, the relationship came to an end.
Han Hye-jin said, “My father is very conservative, so I couldn’t even tell him about it even if it was really hard. Because I didn’t want to become a daughter who was not up to my expectations,” she said, “but in the end, I had to tell my father, who was not in good health. I cried,” he said, looking back on the past.
a difficult marriage
Han Hye-jin married Kim Bok-yeol, a former professional boxing middleweight Asian champion, in 2000 and appeared on terrestrial TV several times, but decided to divorce in December 2009.
Han Hye-jin, who came out of the house where they lived together, Sports ChosunIn an interview with The News, “This is because I felt there was a limit to paying my husband’s business money after marriage,” he said. The reason I couldn’t have children was because I was afraid that my life would become difficult financially if I took a break from work.”
At that time, Han Hye-jin said, “I heard harsh words from my husband several times after I left the house. Related texts and voice messages remain as evidence.”
At the time, Kim Bok-yeol had a hard time accepting the divorce, even though he said, “I admit that I made it difficult mentally and physically.”
Han Hye-jin, who debuted as a talent in the 11th KBS recruitment in 1985, turned into a singer through ‘Don’t Say Heartbreaking Words’ by Jeon Young-rok in 1990.
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