Park Ha Sun had previously talked about the hardships she'd endured when younger, but she touched upon it even more during a recent airing of tvN's '48 Hours Left To Me.'
When she recalled the bullying she'd endured in high school, she admitted, "I even thought bad things," suggesting she was considering self-harm or even suicide. But she also revealed that she had met a friend who helped her to fold those bad thoughts. She said that the two had helped each other gain strength. Park Ha Sun said, "If I disappear, what would happen to that friend?" and won over her bad thoughts.
The friend, also on the show, brought the phone number of the teacher who had helped her and said they should try calling that teacher. Park Ha Sun was nervous calling the teacher because it had been a long time since graduation. When the teacher picked up the phone and remembered her, she was unable to hold back the tears.
In the interview with the production crew, she said, "When the bad friends bothered me, the teacher, to only my knowledge, took those friends away from me and made it so that I could be with good friends. A wise gentleman."
Park Ha Sun and her friend suddenly asked if they could meet up, and the teacher said, "I'm not busy. Can't wait to see pretty Ha Sun's face," touching her deeply.
How heartwarming is this moment?