Hi and welcome! I know there's a couple other Argentines active here, so you're not alone, and I've personally randomly encountered people talking about the website in Spanish on social media, so other Argentines definitely checkout what people here are saying.
Argentines tend to express a lot of Cultural Cringe
in general, and especially online, which isn't surprising considering the correlation between internet usage, wealth, and English proficiency, so perhaps our outsider turned insider prospectives will give you an idea of the many redeeming qualities Argentina has.
Argentina is, without a doubt, one of the most beautiful countries on Earth. I've been fortunate enough to visit several dozen countries and Argentina has so much unrivaled natural beauty. Whether it's the desert and the remains of the Incan Empire in the North, the jungle and waterfalls in Iguazu, the vineyards of Mendoza, the estuaries teeming with life in Argentine Mesopotamia, Buenos Aires' cultural and architectural jewls, the raw, unspoiled nature of Patagonia, or the quiet beach towns on the coast there is so much to do and see here. The only thing we're missing is tropical beaches like Brazil, but otherwise we have it all.
We also have an incredible amount of biodiversity too. Capybaras, parrots, toucans, llamas, caimans, piranhas, boa constrictors, pumas, condors, dolphins, whales, penguins, shrimp, flamingos, etc. Argentina is home to them all
People and Culture
I married an Argentine guy so obviously I think there are good people here, and I'm lucky to have several Argentine friends too, so for me one of the appeals is the people. I will often hear Argentines lament about their fellow countrymen and my response is that Argentines are neither lazy, nor manipulative/scammers, nor bad people, but rather these problems exist everywhere, and if you take in to considerations just how messed up the country is politically/economically it's a testament to just how resilient people here actually are.
Cost of Living
If you can either earn in dollars, or peg your salary to it you can beat Argentina for the cost of living. My old apartment was ~350sqft/35m2 and my landlord would have sold it for 50K USD. A nice lunch can be had for under 10 bucks, a subway ride is 15¢, I have 15GB of 5G data, unlimited local SMS/incoming calls, and 150 mins of outgoing calls for $3 a month. While this isn't the reality for most Argentines of course, it's hard to beat for retirees from wealthy countries, people with lots of savings, people with good jobs here/remote jobs, or the like.
Safety A Changing World
Finally I'd say one of the overlooked pros of Argentina is the fact that it's one of the safer places to be in terms of climate change, nuclear war, and famine. Even natural disaster wise we're lucky here. We don't get hurricanes, tornados/flooding/drought/yellow fever/etc. do occur, but all have a limited impact on the population as a whole, and there's only 16 people per squared KM, and most the country is habitable thanks to modern technology so we have room for literally millions of more people. We also basically have no need for an army as defense from our neighbors since we get along well with Chile, Bolivia, Paraguay, Brazil, and Uruguay and see them as family.
While we may go from crisis to crisis economically, Argentina still has unlimited potential as a country which was true at the turn of the 20th century and is equally true now. We have a young population, quality higher education (primary and secondary not so much), incredible natural resources (lithium, uranium, oil, gas, freshwater), millions of KMs of arable land, and we're strategically located as Africa increasingly develops (it's a 9 hour flight from Buenos Aires to Cape Town for example) and for global trade with Asia and the Pacific via Cape Horn.
All these reasons and more are what I would pitch to someone who is looking at Argentina as a place to live with the giant caveat that the country has yet to figure out how to properly/efficiently run it's macroeconomy, but everything else locally and globally has been going in our favor so we should remember this when doomscrolling about how awful Argentina is, because I wouldn't want to live in the Baltics or even most of the US these days all things considered.