Tell us what kind of hypocrite you are.
Most people I’ve seen like to show sympathy and the willingness to help when they are together with others in a Seoul subway car. They often actually give money to beggars and other sorts of miserable people that can be easily seen in any Seoul subway line. However, the same groups of people often seem to be extremely harsh on the poorest and weakeast human beings living in the same city. Since they are usually the easiest to be harsh, to lie to, to steal, to threaten, to rape, to abuse, etc. So-called disabled people are useful in that they can help save tax on cars, homes, and other things if reported to be living together. It is so easy to pretend you want to help but never do anything to involve yourself too much. I don’t know any child who has not been abused. I don’t know any woman who has not been raped or nearly raped. I don’t know any student who was not forced to lie and memorize millions of lines of lies.
Most people I’ve seen like to be patriotic. They say Ae-Gook. It literally means Love + Nation, Chinese-Korean words, of course. The original spirit is to have love for the greater existence of human groups instead of oneself, one smaller existence of individual, to sacrifice the smaller for the benefit of the larger, to die for the betterment of one’s family, tribe, nation, state, etc. In reality, they usually just want to take some things that can belong to other nations. They like to be patriots to be selfish and hypocratic without too much instant danger of being criticized to be so.
I have never been outside South Korea and I’ve always been a South Korean national since I was born. I can say the above things with confidence as long as they are about the world I’ve lived in and about the people I’ve lived together but not nearly about the outside world.