A biography of Sun Myung Moon, Becoming a World Figure through the Love of Peace, was released in South Korea last month and has become a bestseller. The book was published by a respectable publishing house, GimmYoungSa. From what I have gleaned from the Internet, prominent Christians in South Korea have denounced the book. The fact that this book is selling well shouldn't be an indicator that even a significant plurality of South Koreans embrace Moon's worldview. Take for example the case in the United States; the current number one book on the New York Times' best-seller list is Liberty and Tyranny by Mark Levin, a right-wing nut. A few years ago, Michael Savage's The Savage Nation was on the top of the best-seller list (I have written about the lunacy of both Levin and Savage here--also read my previous posts about Savage and Washington Times operative Jeffrey Kuhner, here and here).
Addendum: Before my anti-Moon activism became prominent, Robert Stacy McCain, Dixie dick, quoted my assessment of Savage's book in an article about Savage: "The Savage Nation is a scabrous book by a man who is a nutcase, a quack and a virulent hatemonger."