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Korea’s Secret Christians

BY : Rachel Cohrs

South Koreans proselytize in the adamantly atheist country using thousands of illicit radios smuggled over the border. The Far East Broadcasting Company transmits gospel-centered programs every day of the week.

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Seoul's Trendy Cafe Churches Cater to Korea's Youth

BY : Tommy Brooksbank

Coffee grounds, an electric bass guitar, and the Gospel? It's an uncommon set up for a church. But Rev. Ahn Min-ho's church seems to embrace the unconventional when it comes to worship.

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The Outlaw Buddhist Art of
a Korean Tattooist

BY : Paulina Cachero

Pitta’s style is a refreshing contemporary take on traditional Korean religious art, reminiscent of the brilliant patterns and motifs that decorate Korean Buddhist temples

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Military vehicles and propaganda are facts of life in a DMZ village

BY : Aziza Kasumov and Ryan Thompson

Tongil Chon is a mile away from the most heavily guarded border in the world, the Korean Demilitarized Zone. Nowhere in South Korea is the threat of war more imminent, but residents have learned how to keep their calm.

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