Demographics of South Korea
This article is about the demographic features of the population of South Korea, including population density, ethnicity, education level, health of the populace, economic status, religious affiliatio...
Demographics of South Korea - Wikipedia
Religion in South Korea
Religion in South Korea is characterised by a dominance of Buddhism, Protestantism and Roman Catholicism. According to the census of the year 2005, 22.8% of the population identifies as Buddhist, 18.3...
Religion in South Korea - Wikipedia
Immigration to South Korea
Although immigration to South Korea is low due to strict immigration policies, it is on the rise. Foreign residents account for close to 3% of the total population.Most immigrants are not eligible for...
Korean people
The Korean people (Korean: 한민족(韓民族) or 조선민족(朝鮮民族) , see names of Korea) are an ethnic group originating in the Korean peninsula and Manchuria.
South Koreans refer to themselves as Hanguk-in (K...
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Brazilians in South Korea
There is a community of Brazilians in South Korea consisting of immigrants (mostly Korean Brazilian returnees) and expatriates (mostly footballers) from Brazil. In total there are estimated to be abou...
Koreans
The Korean people (Korean: 한민족(韓民族) or 조선민족(朝鮮民族) , see names of Korea) are an ethnic group originating in the Korean peninsula and Manchuria.
South Koreans refer to themselves as Hanguk-in (K...
Koreans - Wikipedia
Islam in South Korea
In South Korea, Islam (이슬람교) is a small minority religion. The Muslim (both Korean and foreign-born) community is centered on Seoul, where the first large 20th-century mosque was built in 1976 using t...
Islam in South Korea - Wikipedia
Indians in Korea
Indians in Korea consist of migrants from India to Korea and their locally born descendants. A majority of them live in Seoul while there are smaller populations living in other parts of Korea.
Ac...
Nepalis in South Korea
Nepalis in South Korea comprise migrants from Nepal to South Korea, including temporary expatriates and permanent residents, as well as their locally born descendants.
The first wave of Nepalese i...
Pakistanis in South Korea
South Korea has one of the largest Pakistani diaspora community in Asia, numbering 7,000 according to 2004/05 Pakistani government figures, or 10,423 according to 2013 South Korean government figures....
French people in Korea
There is a small community of French people in Korea
French people began coming to Korea as early as the seventeenth century, when French Catholic missionaries first came to the country. However, ...
History of the Jews in South Korea
The first sizable Jewish presence in Korea was during the Korean War, when hundreds of Jewish soldiers participated in the American-led effort to repel a communist attempt to control the whole peninsu...
Immigration policy of South Korea
In South Korea, immigration policy is handled by the immigration services of the Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Labor, Ministry of Health and Welfare and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade. T...
Korean Confucianism
Korean Confucianism is the form of Confucianism that emerged and developed in Korea. One of the most substantial influences in Korean intellectual history was the introduction of Confucian thought as ...
Korean Confucianism - Wikipedia