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 Korea’s Religious Places_The Understanding Korea Series (UKS) 6
2016
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Visitors to Korea are often struck by the displays of religion all around them. Buddhist temples are the most colorful, but Confucian shrines, including gravesites, are also visible throughout the countryside. And in city and country, Christian churches are found within every three or four blocks. Buddhism, Confucianism, and Christianity are apparent to the casual visitor, but if one knows how to find it, a shaman house or office is also easy to find. This book will visit the famous and the typical sacred sites of the four major traditions—Buddhism, Confucianism, Christianity, and Shamanism—as well as other religions.

[ Contents ]
Foreword

Introduction


Chapter One

BUDDHISM

Chapter Two

CONFUCIANISM

Chapter Tree

CHRISTIANITY

Chapter Four

OTHER RELIGIONS

Afterword
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