Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Where is Yoo Byung Eun? What will happen for the Sewol victims?

Wanted Yoo Byung Eun

It's been weeks since the tragedy in Sewol happened and many people in Korea are up to this day still enraged.

A few days ago, I was intrigued by the search for the owner of Sewol. I read his profile on Wikipedia and all the stories. I comes out that Yoo Byung Eun (sounds like Jong Eun to me) has already committed some mistakes in the past but despite that he still was able to make money and more money.

His Church The Evangelical Baptist Church is considered a cult in Korea and is not recognized by many Churches in Korea. So continuing the read I learned that he was a photographer and a minister. I read his authored booklist and something familiar struck me.

Reading thought John's Gospel.

Wait! This is familiar. OMG! I have read this fucking book in a Korean Church I was went to in Greenhills. the Church is called Evangelical Layman's Church which is the old name of Mr. Yoo Byung Eun's Church in Korea.

I asked my friend about it and confirmed that the old English Academy for phone English I worked for is owned by Pastor Yoo Byung Eun. He also owns a toy factory in Taytay, Rizal.

There are other Churches in the country but so far I forgot where they are. Every week members from Korea visit the Church to donate money for Church as well as to support the work of their dear leader on spreading their so called gospel.

Knowing the love of money of the Bureau of Immigration and airport people I would not be surprised if Yoo Byung Eun is in the Philippines. The members in Korea are as fanatic any cult is and is willing to risk their lives for their beloved leader.

BTW, I left that Church ages ago because I was disgusted with their hypocrisy and teachings.

1 comment:

truth_seeker said...

Hello! I came across your blog & it has somewhat put to light about questions I've been having a few years ago. You see, I've been researching & wanting to learn more about this Korean church as it has caused a lot of divisions among churches & it has been alarming these past few months. What happened was one of our dear pastor joined this korean church & left the baptist church he was serving in Kalinga. Then today I heard that more & more members are joining which leaves family members devastated. You said you were once a member can you enumerate the factors why you left? Why you think thia group ia causing chaos on other churches who preach the gospel? Thank you so much God bless you.