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My Demon | Netflix Series

Notice the bottom left. https://www.netflix.com/th-en/title/81716080

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Trut4seeker
Trut4seeker
3 months ago

The (South) Korean ppl apparently sold their collective soul to the devil at one point not really all that long ago. In return, South Korea has become a premier producer and benefactor of material wealth and influence by way of their: cell phone and computing industry (they’ve been at the technological forefront for a long while now), and automobile industry (their products used to be the laughing stock of offerings, not anymore).

It didn’t really become clear to me though until after all the symbolism appeared thru their music and tv show worldwide music and tv show/movie industry success (kpop for the kids and impressionable minds, addictive korean dramas for the spiritually poor adults).

In bed with Netflix, this show is just the most recent blatant in your face example of their spiritual state (as a nation or people).

Marcos
Marcos
3 months ago
Reply to  Trut4seeker

Actually south Korea is perhaps the Asian country with largest Christian community.
That’s why it’s being targeted by Satan with all his weapons.

Trut4seeker
Trut4seeker
3 months ago
Reply to  Marcos

That’s a great point, I’ll solidly agree with that.

But, like the the USA and any other commercially prosperous nation in today’s day and age, the leaders of South Korea of whom represent the ppl bit the apple (ie wealth, riches, advanced tech etc) that satan tempted them with.

It truly is a spiritual attack.

john
john
3 months ago
Reply to  Trut4seeker

The whole nation, really? Why are the majority judged by the actions of a few? Is that the truth or a wrong assumption?

Trut4seeker
Trut4seeker
3 months ago
Reply to  john

I’ll yield to that, and agree my verbiage could have been better in this regard. By “South Korean ppl”, I certainly did not intend to mean every single individual, specifically the (apparently many) genuine hearted who (prayerfully) are against all that goes on.

That said, whole nations have been destroyed for the actions of the few (is the leaders). It’d be naive to say “that’s not fair”. That’s simply not how this physical reality we call life works. However, God always always always offers chances to those who (repent and) genuinely seek to not side with the world to get out, whether physically or spiritually, ever mercifully and abundantly. And those who do side with God are spared.

The same applies to every other nation that has signed a deal with the devil (for worldly prosperity), including the USA.

cocoa
cocoa
3 months ago
Reply to  Trut4seeker

@trut4seeker How can you draw such a conclusion about all SK from Kpop and Netflix series ?!
When comparing the US and SK, i never saw pictures of Homeless drug addict SKoreans, never heard of a school shooting in SK, and the list goes on.
Their education system is way better that the US! Universities are affordable, healthcare is affordable.
@trut4seeker your comment perfectly matches the American ppl not SK!
I feel sorry for my fellow Americans still believing they live in the land of the free and the brave with the best quality of living in the world!

Trut4seeker
Trut4seeker
3 months ago
Reply to  cocoa

I did not draw it all from Netflix and kpop, as mentioned in my initial comment.

The things you’ve mentioned such as education/healthcare/healthcare etc, you’re not wrong at all…but they have nothing to do with this particular point.

South Korea (as a governmental nation! Not THE ppl as a culture or anything) has had an almost meteoric rise in terms of capital and investment over the past couple decades, and the byproducts are that of not just a booming entertainment industry, but other major economies such as technology and auto.

Like the many “A-list” music and entertainment industry ppl, countries and economies don’t arise in this world without the approval of TPTB.

And yes, the USA “sold its soul to the devil” long ago, I don’t disagree at all.

Coffee Please
Coffee Please
3 months ago

I’ll spoil it for you. The guy and girl were lovers in Joseon dynasty and she was executed due to the fact he intended to marry her, but studying western views of religion got her killed which led him to killing those who killed her which turned him into somewhat a demon. In history they had no beliefs of Christianity or Catholic as they were more Buddha, the show itself is not bad & does it make me bad because I watched it?. It’s a fantasy or romance, so this doesn’t bother me compared to other shows Netflix has put out that are far worse…Korean dramas depict hopeless romance be it modern day times or fantasy of Joseon dynasty.

Trut4seeker
Trut4seeker
3 months ago
Reply to  Coffee Please

Ah the devil is always in the details.

Does it make you bad for watching it? No. But it does hold you accountable moving forward knowing that this type of media is meant to intertwine spiritual things into your everyday subconscious and spiritual existence. In this case, not for the better. Normalization or the tolerance of demons as long they have a “good” origin is not safe for the spiritual and mental psyche.

If you choose to ignore that, there’s a high negative risk that comes along with that.

The devil is always seeking to devour, but it’ll always be in the most subtle and quiet (ie deceiving!) of ways. Be vigilant.

username
username
3 months ago

The New World Order agenda :

1/ One world leader = The Anti-Christ
2/ One world government = The World Economic Forum
3/ One world currency = Euro
4/ One world religion = Satanism

So their agenda is the last one…