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The anthropoligst Ok-Kyung Pak considers shamanic activities in Jeju, an island off the coast of South Korea, where rituals are mainly attended by jamnyo (haenyo) women divers.
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“Shamans and Divers Turn Dispair Into Hope, and Distress Into Abundance on the Island of Jeju, Korea” in Arts & Cultures 2020, pp. 218-227.