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Christian churches in decline in South Korea

By Ryan Thompson

Scandals, education, and generational divides are changing the way some South Koreans look at religion.

Recent census data indicates that this country, which was once home to a fervent Protestant population, is becoming less and less religious – and the amount of "non-believers" is at an all-time high.

Correspondent Ryan Thompson reports from Seoul.

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