Author: Dominik Wróblewski | Pages: 146–161
Shamanism is one of the oldest religions that have existed on the Korean Peninsula. This system of belief, which is called Muism, provides a well-organised structure of the universe. Furthermore, it can be considered as a source of good values and emotions. It focuses on striving to achieve harmony and unity between man and the world around him. Moreover, it is monopolised by women and the kut ceremony has a significant value. The aim of the article is to explain these values and show how Korean shamanism is perceived today. The publication analyses the ideology, rules and features of Muism.