The problem of hate against gender, race, etc. is continuing. To discuss "hate" and some ways to overcome it, the Smgonggam Center at the Sookmyung Research Institute of Humanities held lectures from February to March. The lectures were mainly about hatred in various fields such as sports, family, and race. They were streamed on YouTube, and only those who applied in advance were sent the lecture URL just before the lecture streaming was opened. To apply for the lectures, options included calling the Smgonggam Center, scanning the QR code, or filling out a Google Form. A 2022 desk calendar of the Smgonggam Center was given to students who left their thoughts of the lectures in the YouTube comments section. On February 24, Jeong Yunsoo, professor of Sungkonghoe University Graduate School of Culture and Communications, gave a lecture about hatred in sports. The video was produced as part of the "2020 Humanities Korea Plus Business Disgust Era, Response to Humanities" conducted by the HK+ Business Group of Sookmyung Research Institute of Humanities. The lecture's theme was about sports culture, and the historical basis of hatred and punishment. The professor first talked about the relationship between sports and labor. In the 1970s and 1990s, when labor was suppressed in England, people protested at soccer stadiums. These protests were especially severe in Sunderland and, based on this, statues of workers were created when building the Sunderland Greyhound Stadium. Eric Hobsbawm, a famous British historian, once said globalization, national identity, and xenophobia are expressed violently during soccer games due to democracy. As such, sports culture in Europe has gradually become intertwined with protests, violence, and racism. The next lecture of Professor Jung was held on March 3, about things that need to be solved for a healthy sports culture based on the hate discussed earlier. Through this lecture series, students were able to think about ways to stop hate expressions and hate crimes.