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The movement to overthrow the worship of gods (Hangul: 미신 타파 운동 misin tapa undong), also described as movement to overthrow superstition, as 미신 misin is also translated after the movement, was a series of waves of demonization and attempted violent uprooting of Korean shamanism and folk religion that took place in the period between the late 19th century and the 1980s. In modern Korean language, misin has the meaning of "illusory" or "false spiritual beliefs", and implies that gods and ancestors do not exist. This term was adopted from Japanese in the late 19th century, and largely emphasized by Christian missionaries to target Korean indigenous religion.

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  • El movimiento para derrotar la adoración de los dioses (en hangul: 미신 타파 운동 ; misin tapa undong), también descrito como movimiento para derrotar la superstición, 미신 misin, fue una serie de oleadas de demonización e intento de desarraigo violento del chamanismo y la religión popular coreana que tuvo lugar en el período comprendido entre finales del siglo XIX y los años ochenta del siglo XX.​ En el idioma coreano moderno, misin tiene el significado de "creencias espirituales falsas" o "ilusorias" e implica que los dioses y los antepasados ​​no existen. Este término fue adoptado del idioma japonés a finales del siglo XIX, y en gran medida enfatizado por los misioneros cristianos para apuntar a la religión nativa coreana.​
  • Le mouvement Misin tapa (hangeul : 미신 타파 운동 ; RR : Misin tapa undong ; « mouvement pour renverser la superstition ») est une violente série de vagues de répression et de diabolisation du chamanisme coréen et de la religion folklorique qui eut lieu à différentes reprises de la fin du XIXe siècle aux années 1980.
  • The movement to overthrow the worship of gods (Hangul: 미신 타파 운동 misin tapa undong), also described as movement to overthrow superstition, as 미신 misin is also translated after the movement, was a series of waves of demonization and attempted violent uprooting of Korean shamanism and folk religion that took place in the period between the late 19th century and the 1980s. In modern Korean language, misin has the meaning of "illusory" or "false spiritual beliefs", and implies that gods and ancestors do not exist. This term was adopted from Japanese in the late 19th century, and largely emphasized by Christian missionaries to target Korean indigenous religion.
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  • El movimiento para derrotar la adoración de los dioses (en hangul: 미신 타파 운동 ; misin tapa undong), también descrito como movimiento para derrotar la superstición, 미신 misin, fue una serie de oleadas de demonización e intento de desarraigo violento del chamanismo y la religión popular coreana que tuvo lugar en el período comprendido entre finales del siglo XIX y los años ochenta del siglo XX.​ En el idioma coreano moderno, misin tiene el significado de "creencias espirituales falsas" o "ilusorias" e implica que los dioses y los antepasados ​​no existen. Este término fue adoptado del idioma japonés a finales del siglo XIX, y en gran medida enfatizado por los misioneros cristianos para apuntar a la religión nativa coreana.​ Las olas de misin tapa undong comenzaron en la década de 1890 con el aumento de la influencia de los predicadores protestantes en Corea,​ que culminó durante el Movimiento de la Nueva Comunidad del siglo XX en Corea del Sur. Estos movimientos destruyeron la mayoría de los cultos y santuarios indígenas de la religión popular, que fueron reemplazados en gran parte por el cristianismo.​
  • Le mouvement Misin tapa (hangeul : 미신 타파 운동 ; RR : Misin tapa undong ; « mouvement pour renverser la superstition ») est une violente série de vagues de répression et de diabolisation du chamanisme coréen et de la religion folklorique qui eut lieu à différentes reprises de la fin du XIXe siècle aux années 1980. Commençant dans les années 1890 avec la montée de l'influence des missionnaires protestants en Corée, il culmine durant le mouvement Saemaul dans les années 1970 et provoque la destruction de la plupart des cultes et sanctuaires indigènes, qui sont remplacés en grande partie par le christianisme. En coréen moderne, misin signifie « illusoire» ou « fausses croyances spirituelles », et implique que les dieux et l’esprit des ancêtres n'existent pas. Ce terme est adopté en japonais à la fin du XIXe siècle, et largement utilisé par les missionnaires chrétiens pour encourager à réprimer la religion indigène coréenne.
  • The movement to overthrow the worship of gods (Hangul: 미신 타파 운동 misin tapa undong), also described as movement to overthrow superstition, as 미신 misin is also translated after the movement, was a series of waves of demonization and attempted violent uprooting of Korean shamanism and folk religion that took place in the period between the late 19th century and the 1980s. In modern Korean language, misin has the meaning of "illusory" or "false spiritual beliefs", and implies that gods and ancestors do not exist. This term was adopted from Japanese in the late 19th century, and largely emphasized by Christian missionaries to target Korean indigenous religion. Waves of misin tapa undong started in the 1890s with the rise of influence of Protestant preachers in Korea, culminating during the New Community Movement of the 20th century, in South Korea. These movements destroyed most of the indigenous cults and shrines of folk religion, which were largely replaced by Christianity.
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