International Institute for Religious Freedom

Bonn – Cape Town – Colombo

South Korea

Reports

Korea: North Korea Has Executed a Deputy Premier, Seoul Reports

Taken from USCIRF Daily News Digest - August 31, 2016

North Korea/South Korea: Korean parishes establish reconciliation committees

Taken from USCIRF Daily News Digest - August 25, 2016

South Korea: Christians protest Islam-friendly policies in Korea

Taken from USCIRF Daily News Digest - March 21, 2016

South Korea: South Korea media repeat anti-Semitic canards ahead of merger vote

Taken from USCIRF Daily News Digest - July 20, 2015

South Korea: Islam in Korea, past and present

Taken from USCIRF Daily News Digest - April 28, 2015

South Korea: Small community of Korean Muslims faces public suspicion

Taken from USCIRF Daily News Digest - April 23, 2015

South/North Korea: Heard in Seoul: Views on North Korean Human Rights

Taken from USCIRF Daily News Digest - 4 December, 2014

South-/North KoreaSouth Korea Allows New Christmas Tower at Border With North

Taken from USCIRF Daily News Digest - 2 December, 2014

North/South Korea: Papal Visit Underscores Religious Divide in Koreas (AP)

Taken from USCIRF Daily News Digest - August 18, 2014

North/South Korea: Pope Francis visit to South Korea prompts plea for North Korean Catholics to be allowed to attend (AP)

Taken from USCIRF Daily News Digest - July 17, 2014

South Korea: More and more Koreans find faith amid adversity (UCA News)

Taken from USCIRF Daily News Digest - July 10, 2014

South Korea churches' red neon crosses to be baned?

Red neon crosses are a common sight atop churches in South Korea. Church leaders say they are an important symbol of faith, but critics see them as an annoying source of light pollution.