SEOUL, South Korea, Aug. 18, 2020/PRNewswire/ - is delivering data on the South Korean government's reaction to South Korea's most recent coronavirus flare-up. An unlawful enemy of government rally this end of the week went to by several individuals from Sarang Jeil Presbyterian Church turned into the impetus for South Korea's most recent coronavirus flare-up. The administration is currently scrambling to contain this episode, which specialists describe as "a lot greater emergency than Shincheonji." President Moon Jae In considered the congregation's activities an "unforgivable demonstration against the wellbeing of the individuals" and he has pledged to "take unequivocal activities, including coercive measures" against the congregation and its pioneer, Pastor Jeon Kwang-hoon.

Minister Jeon Kwang-hoon is the officeholder leader of the Christian Council of Korea, a union association speaking to an enormous number of the nation's zealous houses of worship. In the previous months, Pastor Jeon has been a vocal adversary of President Moon Jae-In, holding rallies against the president and requiring his prosecution. The individuals from his congregation, 4,000 part Sarang Jeil Presbyterian Church, have been gathering for faith gatherings for as long as a little while, regardless of government requests in actuality. Amidst this, an enormous coronavirus episode has happened, and Pastor Jeon himself tried positive for the infection.

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