Taiwanese actress Barbie Hsu (徐熙媛) and Korean DJ Koo Jun-yup (구준엽) surprised many when they announced their marriage. While most were happy for them, one person in particular wasn’t.
Barbie Hsu’s mother, Huang Chunmei (黄春梅) is apparently very upset with her daughter. She was expecting Barbie to inform her about the marriage beforehand, instead of finding out like everyone else. As a result, her mom has threatened to not meet Jun-yup as long as Barbie does not apologise.
Jun-yup and Barbie have yet to meet, thanks to Covid restrictions and other matters. Prior to their announcement, the duo had only been conversing over the phone. However, Jun-yup stated he would be travelling to Taiwan as they are hoping to register their marriage there. Additionally, he and Barbie will take the chance to introduce Jun-yap to the family.
Unfortunately, his arrival bodes ill. Barbie and her mother apparently argued over Jun-yup for several days, but did not manage to resolve anything. Barbie’s sister Dee Hsu (徐熙娣) attempted to mediate, but only made things worse. “(Dee) is always protective of her sister,” her mother commented. “Since childhood, the two of them have (sided with each other).”
Barbie’s mother is staunchly insistent that her daughter should have told her about the marriage first. “(Barbie) was very disrespectful to me,” she stated. “A reporter came to ask me (about the marriage). I said I didn’t know, (and) the reporter thought I was a liar, but I really didn’t know in advance.” She added that she has no intention of meeting her son-in-law. “Just treat him as (if) he’s visiting Taiwan, I’m too lazy to take care of this matter,” she reportedly said. “Maybe when I calm down, he (would have) already returned to Korea.”
There is still hope for a relationship between Jun-yup and Barbie’s mom, but it hinges on Barbie apologising first. “These matters really need to be communicated,” her mother stated, making clear her stance on the issue. However, many don’t think an apology is likely, given Barbie’s stubborn nature.
Source: China Press
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