Famous “national” singer revealed shocking thing that happened in her past
A famous singer used to confess that she had suffered severe domestic violence from her father in the past.
She is Kim Yoon-ah, a member of the popular band Jaurim. On Channel A’s “Oh Eun-young’s Golden Counseling Center,” which aired on January 7th, Kim Yoon-ah appeared as a guest and shared her concerns. On this day, Kim Yoon-ah carefully reflected on her childhood memories, confessing that all of her family members, including her mother and younger brother, were physically and mentally abused by her father.
Kim Yoon-ah said, “My father beat me at the woodworking center. He was going to hit me. He hit me with the stick according to its thickness,” she continued. “But one of the things I was so angry about was he became such a good father, husband, and head of the household when he went outside,” she said angrily.
“My father put all his family under his control. Even when I became a college student, my curfew was 8 o’clock,” she added. Kim Yoon-ah said, “I was always anxious at home and I don’t remember the time when I was in elementary school well. My brain was always blank as if there was a hole in it. One day,” she confessed, “I thought that this world was all fake,” adding, “I think I fled (that life) mainly with music and books when I was young.”
Dr. Oh Eun-young and other MCs who heard this were all shocked. Dr. Oh Eun-young expressed her pity, saying, “He was too cruel to make sticks of different sizes to hit you.”
Dr. Oh said, “She was dominated by her father’s unpredictable violent actions and excessive control, but doing creative music would have been the stem of her life,” adding, “Under her father, there would have been nothing she could do autonomously, but Kim Yoon-ah, who was dominated by violence, cruelty and control, continued her life. Creation is the source of Yoon-ah’s energy,” she explained.
Kim Yoon-ah is the vocalist of the band Jaurim and active as a singer-songwriter. Jaurim started as an indie band and established itself as one of the “national” bands by building an unrivaled image and music world.