Park Hasun said, “I suffer from postpartum depression. have no second thoughts
Actress Park Hasun said she suffered from postpartum depression.
At a cafe in Sogyeok-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul on the 1st, he met actor Park Ha-sun from the movie “The First Child” and talked about various things. “The First Child” is a movie about a woman of our time who faces a world where she cannot rely on or stand alone through the myriad dilemmas faced by a woman who returned to work and at home after taking parental leave.
Park Hasun played the role of Jung-ah, a woman in her 30s who faced a world where she could neither rely on nor stand alone after giving birth to her first child and experiencing countless dilemmas in work and family history.
On this day, Park Ha-sun said, “Girls are likely to lose their jobs since they are pregnant. I had no work when I was pregnant, and I saw the child completely. I breastfed for 15 months, and I felt frustrated even though I thought I was doing the most precious thing in the world. “I couldn’t go out anywhere because I had to give breastfeeding every three hours,” he said.
“One day, my acquaintances told me to come to the meeting, but I couldn’t. I said it as if I were calm, but suddenly I cried so much that my veins burst out,” he said. “At that time, I found out that I was depressed. I think the story in the movie was more relatable because I felt it. Of course, the child was so pretty, but there was frustration,” he confessed.
At the same time, Park Ha-sun said, “I think it’s fortunate that I had a child early. “My physical strength is getting worse,” he said with a smile, “I don’t regret getting married relatively early and giving birth early. When I was in my 20s, I had anxiety that was unstable, that was not filled even when I worked and dated. But at the same time, I felt stable in marriage, and the child is all I have. “I’m living well thanks to my child,” he said. He said, “I loved children so much, but I think one person is enough. The second is thoughtless. When I ask my child, “Do you want a younger brother?” he said, “No.” He added, “There are many things I wouldn’t have known if I hadn’t had a child, and there are many things I’m grateful for the child.”
He also mentioned non-marriageism. Park Ha-sun said, “These days, there are many people around me who say they are non-maritalists, but I think they are wise,” adding, “It is an individual’s choice.” It’s the same if my daughter is a non-maritalist. You don’t have to get married, you don’t have to give birth. “When I say this, my husband scolds me for what I’m talking about,” he said with a smile.