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When Korea turned Christian

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"Despite having a relatively small population, South Korea is second to only the United States in the number of missionaries it sends across the globe. (In comparison to the United States, South Korea has a population—59 million—equal to California and Florida.) According to the Korean World Mission Association, in 2016 there were more than 27,000 Korean missionaries ministering all over the world. More than half of Korean missionaries serve in Northeast Asia, the United States, the Philippines, Japan, India, Thailand, Southeast Asia, Cambodia, and Russia. “Koreans are natural evangelists,” says Samuel Moffett, professor emeritus at Princeton Theological Seminary. “They love to tell the good news.” from the article: 9 Things You Should Know About Christianity in Korea

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