Honey Lee Talks About Her Childhood on "Get It Beauty"
Inquisitive Bro-Migo, June 27, 2015, 12:15 p.m.
During the recent broadcast of "Get It Beauty", Honey Lee discussed her difficult childhood where she underwent a very intense inferiority complex by always being overshadowed by the females in her family, particularly her mother and older sister!
The actress stated, "Enjoy the storm of your adolescence. I think I suffered through it more deeply and longer than others. So I understand those with an inferiority complex. I went to the same school as my mother and sister, studied the same thing they did, and even played the same instrument that they played. Their walls were too formidable for me to overcome. Even though I wanted to escape [their shadows], I couldn't. So I really struggled [to find myself]."
Honey Lee then admitted that she rebelled by leaving her home while she was in middle school in order to become a backup dancer saying that she was hit many times for disobeying orders. She then said, "Tae Kwon Do, golf, scuba diving, singing, inline... I've tried it all. I felt like the ugly duckling of the family."
In conclusion she said, "Truthfully, [the struggles of my youth] became great nourishment. I wonder what would have happened had I not overcome all my doubts. I want to tell everyone that you are the one that should know yourself the best."