Mother “reunites” the daughter who died in 2016 using virtual reality
A mother rediscovered her daughter who died in 2016 using virtual reality and thrilled
A mother had an exciting “reunion” with her daughter who died in 2016. Using virtual reality, South Korean Jang Ji-sung had an encounter with her daughter Nayeon who died in 2016 at the age of seven from an illness. Further details about the illness that victimized the girl were not revealed.
The meeting was promoted by a South Korean television channel. And with virtual reality and wearing special gloves and glasses, Jang Ji-sung can touch his daughter, talk to her and, of course, see her.
During the “conversation” with the daughter, the girl even assured Jang that she was no longer in pain. At the end of the meeting, the girl told Jang that she was sleepy and would rest. Jang was very emotional during the virtual meeting and was moved to tears several times. During the meeting, Jang said the following to his daughter: “My beautiful, I missed you so much!”.
After going through this experience, Jang revealed that this virtual reunion helped her to better deal with the loss of her daughter. “Three years have passed and now I think I feel more love for her than homesickness and pain. I feel more confident when the time comes to meet her in the next life, ”said Jang.
Although Jang considered the experience to be positive. Such meetings divided people’s opinions. University of Sussex philosopher Dr. Blay Whitby told the British newspaper Daily Mail that this meeting could be worrying. “We don’t know what the psychological effects of ‘meeting’ a departed loved one can be. Many psychologists and psychiatrists may say that this may not be good for the grieving person. I am also concerned that people started creating a business on top of that and profiting from the loss of others, ”said Dr. Blay Whitby.