Pinterest • The world’s catalogue of ideas

North Korea, 1995: One of the few pictures that exist showing how poor a (great) part of Noth Korea is.

26
1

North Korea is officially an atheist state in which much of the population is nonreligious. North Korea sees organized religious activity as a potential challenge to the leadership. Traditionally religion in North Korea primarily consisted of Buddhism and Confucianism and Korean shamanism.

Religion in North Korea: How Dwindling Christian Practice Leads to Oppressive Dictatorship - Religion

Religion: In North Korea, the people pray to their leaders. Since the 1950’s, Kim Jong Un’s past family has wanted to portray as a god.

1

People were massacred in North Korea for WHAT?!?

Religion: In North Korea, where religion is banned,the only worship is that of the trinity of Kim family dictators—the late Eternal President Kim Il Sung, his son Kim Jong Il (who died last year), and current leader Kim Jong Eun. http://online.wsj.com/news/articles/SB10001424127887324461604578191830052549850?mod=WSJ_article_comments&mg=reno64-wsj&url=http%3A%2F%2Fonline.wsj.com%2Farticle%2FSB10001424127887324461604578191830052549850.html%3Fmod%3DWSJ_article_comments#articleTabs=article

2

Religion,In North Korea there is freedom of religion. Most of the country is made up of three religions, they are Buddhism, Confucianism, and Shamanism. Christians are allowed to meet in small groups that are directed. There are four churches in Pyongyang. A Catholic, Orthodox and two Protestant. A common belief in Korea is Shamanism. It is where people believe in household gods and demons.

Hamilton Airport Limousines provides Limo to yyz airport, ancaster airport limo, airport limo stoney creek service to/from Toronto Pearson. Call us 905-581-7712

Chris Marker's Groundbreaking Photos Illuminate Life In North Korea

Getting Drunk in North Korea

Getting Drunk in North Korea With crappy beer, strange nightclubs, and even bad hangovers, Pyongyang's nightlife may be the only domain in which a Westerner can find normalcy in the Hermit Kingdom.

Religion: North Korea is officially an atheist state in which much of the population is nonreligious. North Korea sees organized religious activity as a potential challenge to the leadership. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Religion_in_North_Korea#Religious_demography

1