Posted by Sophie-Ha Wednesday, February 8, 2023

A victim of school violence who was burned with a hair iron shares that the most hurtful words she ever heard are "You deserve to be bullied"


A victim of school violence who was burned with a hair iron like in the drama 'The Glory,' appeared on a recent episode of Channel S's talk show 'Attack on Sisters.'

In the new episode of 'Attack on Sisters' that aired on February 7, a school violence victim appeared on the show and explained, "My friends told me they think that the drama 'The Glory' is based on my story."

Park Sung Min (age 31) appeared on the show seeking advice from the MCs on how she could take revenge on her perpetrators. She explained, "It happened when I was in middle school. They hit me and even burned me with a hair iron. There were two people who did that to me." On this day, she brought shock after showing the MCs the scars that remained from the bullying.

The MCs asked the victim if she knew what the perpetrators were doing now. She explained, "I looked through social media, and one of them became a nurse or a social welfare worker who does charity work. It makes me mad and also gives me the chills."

She continued to talk about the other abuse she had to withstand and explained, "They would take a fork and stab me with it, or they would just hurl objects at my face. On one occasion, they threw something so hard that it caused my iris to tear."

The victim talked about how the perpetrators were able to confine her at their home. She said the perpetrators called her parents and lied that the victim was trying to commit suicide so the perpetrators would take care of her at their home.

She shared that her parents were both working at that time, so they were unable to find out about the bullying. Ultimately, a school teacher noticed blood and pus seeping from her school uniform shirt and alerted her parents to the bullying she was enduring.

However, she shared that there were some adults who would say to her, "You deserved to be bullied. It only happened because you hung out with them." The victim shared those were the most hurtful words, and she wants to tell everyone who says that she deserved the bullying that "I didn't do anything wrong to deserve the bullying."

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savagestorm-5552,007 pts Wednesday, February 8, 2023 12
Wednesday, February 8, 2023

Me personally would reveal their names and ruin their f%cking careers. Bullies have no conscience.

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Dannika539 pts Wednesday, February 8, 2023 0
Wednesday, February 8, 2023

That's what bad people say. The world is full of bad people. Most deceive themselves that it is not so, because they would have to go crazy from the fact that there are so many bad people in the world.

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