The culture of Korea is to a large extent determined by the diversity of religions that have settled in both the South and the North of the Korean Penisula. In addition to the followers of the three main religions (Buddhism, Christianity, Confucianism), almost half of Koreans declare atheism. After the end of World War II Korea was divided into two parts: Southern and Northern. Thus, the history of these countries took a completely different course and consequently their culture and denominational structure is different. Thus, when discussing the issue of religion in Korea, this division must be taken into account and considered separately
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