Our course is based on the idea that ‘religion’ and culture are inseparable. Give me one or two very clear examples of where the various worldviews of Korea have influenced areas such as housing or entertainment.Korea is one of the few countries where all kinds of practices are displayed by them are a result of the religious syncretism that has taken place. Each action or practice which the Koreans follow gives a clear indication that the religion has combined with the culture and has presented itself in the way people see it. One of the practices that is followed by the Koreans which can prove the above statement. The fact that religion cannot be separated from culture shows in the housing techniques and the homes in which the Koreans stay. This is not only a clear example of how their housing style has been derived straight out of the traditions and culture, but also an example of how Korean Shamanism, that is the native religion, has been mixed with culture to produce the above. Based on the cultural and traditional geomancy the houses are called Hanok, and this geomancy that has been mentioned is a result of the Korean culture and religion and has been re-introduced in the history of Korea when the Three kingdoms period came into being. The houses were usually made to face the southwards direction so that maximum sunlight can be attained and usually faced the hills. The houses usually consist of an outer wing and an inner wing and the way it is built depends from family to family and their wealth (Clark 2000). This kind of structure also traces the involvement of the culture and the tradition in housing which have already been linked very clearly to the religion of the place, Korean shamanism, and the Korean folk religion.