The Importance Of A Beautification Of Violence In School

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I really hate violence, and a beautification of violence. When I was a student, or a soldier, there were a lot of violence in almost all groups I was in. The biggest reason why I love to study in the US is that it is not possible to watch a violent situation in the school. If someone uses violence to another student, he will be arrest and expelled from the school. It is a reasonable result to protect students and prevent a huge crime in the class. However, in Korea, it is not possible to expel the criminal who used violence to other students even though the professors of faculties knew about it. In Korea, there is a terrible culture that it is better to suppress anger even though someone hit him. It is not reasonable. Because of the culture, …show more content…
He insisted that he always wants to make a great and perfect musician, and it was the main reason why he decided to suppress his students by suing the violence. Honestly, I cannot understand his way to teach student. In my opinion, he is just a crazy person who feels a pleasure when he uses violence to his students. I had met a lot of similar people like him in Korea. There were a lot of teachers, who wanted to use violence when they taught students. Sometimes, I felt that some of them wanted to use violence to relieve stress. I think the decision that the hero reported the violence of the professor to the school was right. Honestly, in Korea, it is not easy to report teachers’ violence because a lot of people in the organization will blame the student as a whistle-blower. It is a terrible culture. We have to eliminate the culture to blame the whistle-blowers. In the last part of the movie, the hero showed his overwhelming talent and ability as a drummer in front of the professor. His performance was enough to show his ability, at the same time, it ruined the professor’s performance as a conductor. He made the professor who could not open his heart to another, and it gave me a huge

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