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Why It's So Hard to Leave a South Korean Fringe Church

Sarah Best

25th June 2021

There are approximately 2 million South Koreans who are followers of fringe churches.

The Shincheonji Religious Group made headlines last year due to high cases of the coronavirus amongst its worshipers - another fringe church is the Unification Church (the Moonies).

This video examines why it is hard for people to leave these churches and the impacts it has on their lives if they do, and it could be use for those students studying Beliefs in Society.

Sarah Best

Sarah is a passionate full-time Head of Sociology and Psychology and has worked in a variety in schools in the UK, and she is currently working in a British international school. She is keen to develop and boost the profile of both subjects.

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