Can parents ignore the interests and rights of their children?
A father, dissatisfied with his daughter’s love of K-pop music, set fire to her three-year collection.
The mother also uploaded a video of her daughter’s crying to social media platforms, garnering anger from netizens. But the girl instead urged netizens to be considerate of her parent’s behaviour.
Father is too religious to accept entertainment
The video, which was circulated online, showed a young girl crying because her father’s collection of Korean stars was burned by her father, causing heated discussions among netizens.
It is reported that the 14-year-old girl said in an interview that the purpose of posting the video online was for fun and not to express pain.
She said that her father was a very religious person, so he couldn’t accept such entertainment. After the incident, now she is gradually letting go. She said that she has always been interested in K-pop (K-pop), and after her father burned her collection, she told him “it doesn’t matter” in order to be considerate to him.
“It was really sad at first because those collectables were bought with my own money, or gifted by friends, but i calmed down over time, but I still love K-pop groups.”
She said that the money she made was saved from selling books and school pocket money, and she and her sister had always respected their father very much, so they didn’t show that they both liked K-Culture.