페이지 정보작성자 악동팀 작성일20-06-05 22:39 조회5회 댓글0건
n spend days and nights, striving to climb up the top of the pyramid. Once reached, one will be finally granted with the title of a winner, who will be awarded with everything that one has imagined, including 롤듀오 everlasting happiness. But is this the true answer to a happy life? This essay will delve into the distorted perception of happiness that is deeply rooted in the South Korean society.Most important of all, the notion of ?쐁he-myeon??how other people perceive one?is very strong 롤듀오 within Korea, which significantly has contributed to how Koreans perceive happiness. As people are sensitive to how others view them, everyone regards happiness as possessing traits that others can envy, respect, and acknowledge. Such qualities include school titles, occupation or financial status. To not lose face, Koreans become caught up in a vicious cycle, merely obsessed with filling up those traits that the society admires. Once possessed, however, many people realize that such appreciated qualities are not the gateway to happiness, as they are nothing more than superficial elements. With distorted meaning of happiness as their ultimate objective in life, many become lost once they reach the top. They realize that ?쐁he-myeon??had blinded them from seeing the value of internal happiness.Furthermore, ?쐌oney??is another factor that is greatly considered as a key to happiness, to happiness, which stimulates people to constantly seek for opportunities to expand their wealth, as what they have at the present is not enough to grant them happiness. Such viewpoint is proven in the 2018 World Happiness Report released by the UN, where South Korea is ranked very unhappy?32nd out of 34 countries of the OECD, despite its economy being the 11 largest in the world. In contrast, 95 to 100% of citizens 롤듀오 in African nations,
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