Firsthand: Korean cult in recent Netflix exposé has S’pore affiliate in Ubi

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“When I received the letter, I was so overjoyed and I feel even more closer to you now, though I was a little surprised initially because I never knew we could be this intimate. keke~”

This was a line from a letter, purportedly sent in reply to embattled cult leader Jung Myung Seok from a church member in Singapore.

The writer goes on to describe how she wants to “take sexier and awesome pictures on the beach with thread-like bikini only for your eyes to see.”

The use of intimate language in letters between Jung and the young women he favours is reportedly a common practice in the Korean cult known as “Providence” or “Christian Gospel Mission” (CGM), according to ex-members who have come forward to share their stories.

Providence was founded by Jung in South Korea in the 1980s and has spread all over the world. According to the CGM website, there are around 100 churches outside of Korea, with over 10,000 attendees.

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