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An important thing to note is that Korean shamanism is a religion, not superstition. Shamanism was reclassified as a "superstition" during the Japanese colonial era with the intent of annihilating Korean culture and breaking down national spirit. Yet, it endures. With about 300,000 practicing shamans in Korea today, this ancient religion is something native to the peninsula. It is something to be treasured and protected.
As a practitioner of my country's ancient folk religion、I strive to live in accordance with God's will.
With my psychic abilities、I help people who suffer in today's fast-paced、hyper-competitive society.
Through consultations and spiritual dance (ggut)、l aid a variety of clients。I have consulted internationals and Koreans alike, offering guidance during times of psychological illness、business difficulties、family issues、and vital career decisions. I now dedicate my time to assisting the spiritual needs of modern people.