Dear, Korean War verterans
- WriterSe yeong Yang
- Date2020-11-13 22:06:39
Hello, I'm Yang Se-yeong, a student living in Korea. To introduce myself briefly, I am 18 years old and a student. There are 4 people in my family, father, mother, older brother, and me. Corona has left the world in a gloomy atmosphere. How do veterans live these days? Corona, who thought it would end soon, is still maintaining its momentum. I heard about the vaccine, so I'm sure it'll be okay soon. The recent U.S. presidential election has stirred up the whole world. Our country was no exception. It will be Trump. There were many people who made bets by saying that it would be Biden. My dad and my brother made a bet. My dad bet Biden wins, and my brother bet Trump wins. But the results are still not coming out. Biden says he was elected, and Trump criticizes Biden by raising suspicions of vote-rigging. It doesn't look good in many ways, but I felt a little strange when I saw the attitude of the American media. Trump has recently been making an announcement at the White House, where most media outlets have cut off the broadcast, saying that President Trump is talking nonsense about fake news. When I saw this, I thought it was a bit scary. I think the media is an institution that should serve to convey the facts. But like this incident, it didn't look good when the media cut off Trump's speech at will and said, "What he says is a lie!" even though he's in the president's position, saying, "I don't like what he says unilaterally." Rather, if you wanted to criticize Trump, I think it's better to listen to what he's saying until the end, let the viewers know which part of Trump is wrong, and make a grounded criticism. I think something really scary will happen if the media continues to inject viewers with images created by the media themselves, rather than letting them judge about Trump. I think that the power to instigate the people at will is like being given to the media. It's amazing that no one has criticized this. Maybe it's because the culture is different.
The whole world suffers from corona, and the United States is also suffering tremendous damage from the corona, and the big event of the U.S. presidential election overlaps, which seems to be a bit these days. There is a lot of news that there are many demonstrations and problems.
And China, which is the root of all these problems, is quietly trying to steal Korea's representative traditional costume, Hanbok, from its own country. No matter what China does, I don't think my image of China is good. If you act properly, admit your mistakes, and act to solve them, China will not have such a bad image, but China calls itself a great country and continues to act very narrow-mindedly. It's a sad and angry reality. And they're cracking down on minorities like Uighur, causing environmental harm, and doing bad things all over the world. Nevertheless, I would like to say thank you to the veterans who have made it possible that our country is not powerless against China. Once again, I would like to thank the veterans who worked for us in other countries.