Writing and etymology in Korean
미 (Hangul)

From the Chinese character 美 (mi) and translated as beauty.

It’s not just the shape of a person’s hands and feet, their gait, or the timbre of their voice that should be evaluated for beauty. A person’s beauty is not just in their face. It can be felt in everything. Beauty has a spherical shape, it is like a ball. No matter from which side one approaches, each person has his or her own perfect beauty. A person’s greatness is not
not in the beauty of his face, but in the beauty of his heart.

If beauty is only external, it is worthless. Beauty is always created by the harmony of relationships.

In interpersonal relationships, the beauty that a subordinate returns in response to the love of a superior is called loyalty; the beauty that children return in response to the love of their parents is called filial piety; the beauty that a wife returns in response to the love of her husband is called fidelity.