Shaman’s newfound popularity in South Korea
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Shamans' newfound popularity in South Korea

Shamanism is becoming more popular in South Korea in recent years, after being dismissed as "superstition" and "delusion" by past military governments.

Researchers say South Korean people have now accepted shaman rituals as part of the country's art and culture.

Tom Bayly reports.

  • 29 Jun 2012
  • From the section World
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