In The Shadow Of The Moons: My Life In The Reverend Sun Myung Moon’s Family. by Nansook Hong Little, Brown & Co. Boston, New York, Toronto & London. Nansook Hong. In the Shadow of the Moons: My Life in the Reverend Sun Myung Moon ‘s Family. New York: Little, Brown, and Company, pp. $ Synopsis: Hong, who arrived in the U.S. from Seoul as a year-old bride handpicked by the Reverend Sun Myung Moon for his son, shares her story of 14 .
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The following excerpted paragraph summarizes Nansook’s report of her husband Hyojin’s behavior: No one lived her belief shado forgiveness more ehadow than I. Hadn’t I forgiven Hyo Jin when he left me for another woman weeks after our wedding? Hadn’t I forgiven Hyo Jin when he gave me herpes? Hadn’t I forgiven Hyo Jin when he took up with prostitutes? Hadn’t I forgiven Hyo Jin when he squandered hundreds of thousands of dollars that had been intended for our children’s futures?
Hadn’t I forgiven Hyo Jin when he beat me and spat upon me?
Hadn’t I forgiven Hyo Jin when he abandoned me and our children for a life of drug and alcohol abuse? Hadn’t I forgiven Hyo Jin when he took a lover on the day I brought our newborn son home from the hospital?
Hyo Jin insisted we have sex. I begged him to wait until the night – True Parents expected us to be ready to leave within the hour – but he would not be put off.
I did not want to be naked in front of him. I slipped into bed to remove my clothes, a practice I would continue for the next 14 years. I had read the og my mother gave me, but I was totally unprepared for the shock of sexual intercourse.
When Hyo Jin got on top of me, I did not know what to expect. He was very sahdow, excited at the prospect of deflowering a virgin.
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He told me what to do, what to touch. I just followed his directions.
When he entered me, it was all I could do not to cry out in pain. It did not take very long for him to finish, but for hours afterwards, my insides burned with pain.
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I began to cry, from pain, from exhaustion, from shame. I felt we were wrong not to wait.
Hyo Jin kept trying to shush me. Didn’t I enjoy it? It was very “ouchy”, I told him, using a little girl’s word for a woman’s pain.
He said he’d never heard that reaction before, confirming all the rumors I had heard in Korea. Hyo Jin had had many lovers. I was shocked and hurt that he would confess his sin in such a callous and cavalier manner.
I wept even harder, until his sharp tone and angry rebuke forced me to dry my tears.
At least I now knew what sex was and who my husband was. It was horrible; he was no better.
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