“I wanted to bless you as you start a new life wearing a white wedding dress… .”
A woman in her 20s, who was about to get married, fell into a스포츠토토 brain-dead state in an unexpected accident and passed away, giving new life to four people through organ donation.
The Korea Organ Donation Agency announced on the 18th that Kim Geon-hye (27) saved the lives of four people by donating brain-dead organs at Ewha Womans University Seoul Hospital on the 7th of last month.
While snorkeling in the sea on August 26, Kim fell into strong currents and was rescued by the Marine Police. She was taken to the hospital where she was treated but found brain dead. As a brain dead organ donor, she donated her heart, liver, and kidneys (left and right), saving the lives of four people.
She said that Kim was the second daughter with a curious and lively personality, and that she was a warm person who loved making food and sharing it with others.
She added to the sadness of those around her because she was a bride-to-be who had completed her reunion last May and was looking for a wedding venue and new home to prepare for her wedding.
Kim’s family said, “We really needed the organs of our daughter, who grew up beautifully, and we agreed to the donation with the hope that they would go to good people.” They added, “We believe that if someone lives a new life because of our daughter, they will continue to live through that body.” “It was big,” he said.
Mr. Kim’s mother said, “Geonhye. I wanted to bless you as you start a new life in a white wedding dress, but now you will be looking down on us from heaven. I hope heaven will be filled with only joyful and happy things. love you. “My daughter,” she said in her final greeting.
Moon In-seong, director of the Korea Organ Donation Agency, said, “Four lives have been given new hope through the precious life-sharing practice of the donor and the donor’s bereaved family. We will do our best to ensure that the donor’s warm and beautiful heart of love is well conveyed.”