There are a lot of Korean phrases made to arouse one’s passion, such as “If you close your eyes now, then your future will be closed” or “You can sleep enough in your grave”. These kinds of messages have been widely supported within the Korean society. For this reason, if one finds him or herself idle, he or she may well feel guilty about their insincerity. It seems to them that everyone else except themselves are living in a ‘right’ way. However, should one always stay motivated? What makes one reluctant to accept others’ values? Sung-ho Park seeks to provide a reason behind these questions along with an alternative solution.
In spite of his outstanding criticisms on social affairs, he refuses to define himself a critic. Instead, he prefers to be called an ‘opinion-proposer.’ For such reasons, his talk should also be considered an ‘opinion’ rather than a ‘criticism.’ (http://murutukus.kr/)