Defined by a Canadian political scientist, politics is “the authoritative allocation of values.” Digging in deeply, politics is a system where several groups with different notions gather in order to determine how the society should operate. In that politics is a system which discusses how a organization should operate, I believe that every people who participates in a organization is all political. According to the idea that everything which interacts with a group of people or organization is political, I believe that everything is political. Expanding the thought that every creature has knowledge and creates a tribe, making a tribe may also can be analyzed as a political action.
Being political means that the participant is consistently having interest against its group and interacts with other factors of the organization in order to deduct the most ideal operation to lead the group. Since politics requires interest and awareness to their own affiliation, the most important factor of politics is being sensitive to the events happening in their own nation or group. Since I am a part of Republic of Korea, I am interested in several political issues in South Korea. Reasoning from the continuous COVID-19 pandemic, several issues are bursting out from all around the nation: school lockdown, Korean S.A.T. delay, and religious group activities. School lockdown connects to worse quality of class: since Korea does not prefer employing electronic devices for academic usage, they usually work offline and use paper textbooks. However, the diffusion of COVID-19 has led to a new kind of class: online classes. However, still teachers and students could not adapted to the new circumstance, which led to the worsening for quality classes.
In the political compass test (https://www.politicalcompass.org/test), resulted close against to the left and the libertarian side. According to the explanation website, it depicts that I am close to voluntary collectivism at regional level, with no state involved. Compare to other historical people, the most similar person to me was Gandhi, which depicts a less extreme leftist position. Since believing in the supreme value of each individual, I think that the personal participation is the most important factor of politics.