The End of Happiness
The End of Happiness is a television show that ended after twelve episodes. It has been widely praised by audiences. What made the show so appealing is that it explored the link between mental state and happiness. Kahneman’s experiments studied the way people remember events and emotions over time. For example, they found that people tend to remember an outburst of emotion better than a family event. While this conclusion may sound dramatic, it’s a fact.
The tense ending of Happiness is not something that viewers will likely see coming. While it appears as if Yi-hyun has died from a gunshot wound, in the epilogue, he has been cured and is reunited with his lover. As a result, he can get his love back and the drama ends on a high note. Fans of the show are thrilled with this resolution, since the ending was a huge risk for the show.
According to Aristotle, a life that is rich and virtuous must include elements of happiness. Aristotle defined happiness as the fullest use of reason. In other words, happiness is the fullest expression of a person’s character. And to achieve happiness, a person should live a virtuous life, enriching his or her soul. It takes a lot of willpower to cultivate good character.