South Korea's largest Buddhist organization, the Jogye Order, put out its first monk and nun recruitment poster late last year. But will it be enough to stop a steady fall in numbers?
Handong University announced its official opposition to homosexuality last May: “Homosexuality is a regressive cultural trend that denies Biblical truth” and, “We believe true homosexual rights lie in conversion therapy.” It goes to lengths to abide by this belief.
Despite grave warnings from some conservative Christians, Islam still has a tiny presence in South Korea. Could it really come to be a dominant force?
After soldier's dramatic escape across DMZ, Choco Pie manufacturer chipped in with 100 boxes of sugary treat that also symbolizes South Korean capitalism.
As a legal amendment threatens to tax the income of religious workers, some Protestant groups appear anxious to avoid financial scrutiny.
If you regularly walk around central Seoul, you’ve probably seen, or heard, them -- elderly folks warning that apocalypse is imminent.
Hereditary succession is seen as a huge problem for South Korean churches. But pastors do it anyway, passing their titles down to their sons. Why and how?
Watching the archival video of Park Geun-hye and Choi Tae-min, I was struck by how familiar the whole scene seemed. Such fervent religiosity is an integral part of the fabric of contemporary South Korea.