Down a small back street in a run-down suburb in Pocheon, Gyeonggi Province, is an inauspicious, two-story red brick building. If there were no sign on the outside, it could be mistaken for a school, a factory or even a low-security prison.
It is actually the Gurudwara Singh Sabha ― the beating heart of South Korea’s Sikh community.
As the country’s only Sikh temple, it is a place where South Korea’s 500 or so Sikhs gather, and is even home to some lay members.
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