Benjamin Hiller is a photojournalist from Berlin, Germany. On a recent trip to South Korea he was invited to witness a Shamanic ritual. The ritual, which was dedicated to God (gods) and the spirits, was performed to pray for health and luck. The MOO SOK IN (shamanic priest) danced, performed ritual cuttings (also called knife dance) as well as making the sanctification of the sacrificial offerings. The shrine was set up 15 years ago from the Hong Yun Jang Kun family. Shamanism has been known in Korea – as well as in many other parts of Asia – for several thousand years and is still often practiced. Take a look and check out how this Shamanistic ritual looks. Enjoy.