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Religion in Korea

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Religion in Korea encompasses a number of different traditions. The indigenous religion of Korea and of the Korean people is Korean shamanism. Korean ...

Religion :: Korea.net : The official website of the Republic of Korea

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Korea is a country where all the world's major religions, Christianity, Buddhism, Confucianism and Islam, peacefully coexist with shamanism.

6 facts about Christianity in South Korea | Pew Research Center

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Aug 12, 2014 ... 1South Korea has no majority religious group. Its population includes a plurality of people with no religious affiliation (46%) and significant ...

Religion in Korea - New World Encyclopedia

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Jul 8, 2015 ... Religion in Korea encompasses Buddhism, Confucianism, Christianity, Daoism and Shamanism as practiced historically in Korea, as well as ...

South Korea - RELIGION - Country Studies

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Belief in a world inhabited by spirits is probably the oldest form of Korean religious life, dating back to prehistoric times. There is a rather unorganized pantheon ...

Religion in Korea - Life in Korea

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This section contains information about the various religions in Korea.

NORTH KOREA RELIGION - The True Religion of North Korea

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NORTH KOREA RELIGION. Today, Juche is no longer just an ideology, but a full- fledged religion that worships Kim Il Sung as god, and his son, Kim Jong Il as ...

Christianity and Korea | The Diplomat

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Apr 7, 2016 ... How did the religion become so apparently prevalent in South Korea?

Ask a North Korean: is religion allowed? | World news | The Guardian

www.theguardian.com/world/2014/jul/02/north-korea-is-religion-allowed

Jul 2, 2014 ... Every week, NK News poses a question from a reader to a North Korean. Michael S asks about religion, and whether North Koreans believe in ...

Religion and expressive culture - Korean

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Religious Beliefs. Koreans have been inclusive rather than exclusive in their religious beliefs, and the majority of them have opted for expressing no religious  ...

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The religion(s) of North Korea include: Buddhist, Confucianist, Christian, syncretic Chondogyo (Religion of the Heavenly Way).
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PBS Online: Hidden Korea/Religion

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The Shilla Dynasty that unified Korea in 668 made it the official religion of the ... One uniquely Korean feature of Buddhist temples is a side chapel dedicated to a  ...

Historical and Modern Religions of Korea | Education | Asia Society

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Unlike some cultures where a single religion is dominant, Korean culture includes a wide variety of religious elements that have shaped the people's way of ...

Ask a Korean!: Religions in Korea?

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Dec 9, 2009 ... I would like to know of the common religion that most Koreans believe in. Is there some sort of fixed Korean religion, or are they just a bunch of ...