By John DicksonPublished March 25, 2018 07:53:37South Korea is the only country in the world where there is no religion.
But there are several different ones.
The most prominent are the Christian denominations, and they’re not necessarily the same.
There are seven different faiths in South Korea, with about 1,000 different denominations.
They’re called “sister religions,” or “cultures.”
The main religious groups are Protestant and Christian denominations.
Each religion has a different history, tradition, and doctrine.
Some are more powerful than others.
Religions and sects are tightly regulated, but it is easy to get lost in the numbers and denominations.
For example, there are 7,000 Protestant churches in South Korean society, but the total number of people who attend services is around 4 million.
But the number of churches is also limited, because many churches have only about 200 members.
There are about 10 million members of Buddhism, another traditional religious group.
There’s a few other sects too.
There is a Muslim sect, but most Muslims have to be in the country for a certain period of time before they can join a mosque or Buddhist temple.
Christian churches in Korea have a long history.
In ancient times, Christianity was a religion of the Roman Empire.
By the 11th century, Christianity spread to China, Japan, and Korea.
The earliest Christian churches date back to the 10th century.
However, Christianity became a popular religion in Korea after the 18th century with the rise of Buddhism.
The first Christian church in Korea was founded in 1854, and it is the oldest Christian church still in operation in the nation.
In South Korea and many other Asian countries, there is an ethnic split in which the majority of people are white.
The South Korean government has long sought to be more inclusive, but that has not always worked.
In the past, there were strong religious and ethnic minorities who were discriminated against.
For example, the Japanese government in the 20th century banned Buddhism from schools, which led to a huge rise in the number and diversity of Buddhists in Korea.
However, the country is now trying to diversify its religion, and the government has introduced many more denominations, which are known as “sisters.”
These are the churches that have been around for many years, and all of them are now supported by the government.
The Korean culture is full of similarities to other Asian cultures.
For instance, Korea is known for its strong Japanese influence, but there are many other similarities as well.
There have been various religions throughout Korea’s history, and many are descendants of Asian civilizations.
In South Korea alone, there may be as many as 1,500 different religions.
In some cases, they can be different from one another, or have different beliefs and practices.
But they all share a common denominator: Buddhism.
The main religion of South Korea is called the Buddhist faith, and its teachings are very similar to Christianity.
In addition, South Korean Buddhists do not believe in ghosts, so they don’t believe in reincarnation.
They believe that the universe was created by a single person.
Most of South Korean Buddhist monks have degrees in Buddhism, and about 20 percent of South Koreans are ordained monks.