Religion,In South Korea only half of the population follows a religion. Around 30% of the population is Christian and 20% is Buddhist. The other 50% do not follow any religion. Despite religion most Koreans follow traditions that have passed on for ages. Children are expected to respect their elders and show them respect when they live and after they die.
Being the second most practiced religion in South Korea, Christianity predominated constituted by communities of people who follow Protestantism (korean: renewed teaching) and Catholicism (korean: Religion of the Lord of Heaven) with 8.6 million members and 5.3 million members as of 2005. The religion is popular enough that many architectures are built for that community. For exmaple the Myungsung Church in Seoul.