Almost every house in South Korea has a translated Talmud. Moreover, the South Koreans have made the collection of ancient rabbinic writings on Jewish civil and religious law part of their school curriculum’s compulsory literature.But unlike Israel, even Korean mothers study it and read from it to their children.
Yes in a country if almost 49 million people who believe in Buddhism and Christianity, there are more people who read-or at least have a copy of it at home- that in a Jewish state, Much More.
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