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Sistar Bora sends a tearful video message to her family

By Jenny Chang | January 24, 2012 01:46 PM EST

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Sistar member Bora sent a video message to her family.

On the 24th broadcast of SBS TV 'Strong Heart', Bora showed tears upon mentioning her father who passed away.

MC Lee Seung Gi suggested that she leaves a video comment to her family and Bora commented "My dad who is in heaven, I'm sorry I always look for you when I'm having a hard time".

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She continued "These days I remember the refreshing father. It would be nice to have you here at times like this. Thank you for protecting our family from heaven", showing tears.

Continuing "And mom, brother, I know I'm not a good daughter or sister but you guys still don't call me up because you don't want to be a bother when I'm tired. Let's buy a house soon and live happy", her small smile making everyone else smile with her.

MC Lee Seung Gi made a witty comment in response to her video "I think all oppa fans watching the broadcast would want to protect her".

Photo Credit: SBS Capture

Tagged :  Bora, SISTAR

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