Cho Sung-kyu said, “My sister who left for cancer, ‘Isn’t it hard yet?’ and left a legacy only to me…”A fortune full of blood and sweat.”
Actor Cho Sung-kyu (62), a former boxer, said he received a miscarriage from his sister, who passed away after fighting cancer.
On the 30th, Cho Sung-kyu posted a post on his website titled “My sister’s love for my sister who worried about my brother even at the moment of death.”
He said, “Just before my sister died, in front of my family, ‘My sister and older brother have a stable life, so I hope they give everything to my younger brother except for the hospital bill when I die. “Isn’t it still very difficult when you box and even after your debut as an actor?” he said.
It is said that Cho Seong-gyu knew this after the funeral. He said, “I learned the story my sister left for my brother after the funeral. “Maybe my sister’s very valuable property, which is thicker than blood,” he said. “My sister’s money, excluding hospital bills and funeral expenses, came into my account every 10 won from my sister and brother.”
Recalling the time when he ran from province to Seoul to fully recover his sister, who was fighting cancer, he said, “I just did what I had to do as an older brother. Can I have my sister’s blood and sweat money? “To make matters worse, my sister’s business went wrong, and she was struggling with all the debts of her acquaintance, and sometimes she saved money while working at a restaurant,” he expressed his sorry.
Cho Sung-kyu also said, “I am grateful to my sister and brother. He said, “I took my sister’s imaginary heart toward my younger brother seriously and gave me all of her unspoiled heart,” adding, “That doesn’t mean I can’t get everything.” To my sister and brother, I just told them as much as I could. He added that he shared the precious property left by his sister with his sister and brother.
“I wonder if there are any other brothers who are as proud as my brother and sister’s friendship. “My brother’s love for my only sister, tears flow endlessly on my cheeks,” he said, expressing his longing for his younger brother who left first.
Cho Sung-kyu’s younger sister, identified only by her surname Cho, died early in the morning of the 6th after battling cancer. At that time, Cho Sung-kyu expressed his sorrow on Facebook and Twitter, saying, “I’m so sorry I couldn’t protect you,” adding, “I’m a younger brother who lived a good life without eating and saving food for my brother to be successful, but what else is more unfair and sad?” He said, “I begged you to live until a warm spring day, but I’ll run to you.” To hold your hand… I love you. I love you very much,” he added.