Saju is by far the most popular fortune-telling in Korea. Think of it as the “Tarot” of South Korea. Saju literally means “four pillars”. While most people in Korea are either Christian or Buddhist, Saju is still embraced by Korean culture. In fact, fortunetelling as a whole is a huge industry in South Korea. It is estimated that the fortune-telling industry in South Kore is worth $3.7 billion. Walk around the streets of Gangnam, Hongdae, MyeongDong, etc and you’ll find fortune teller shops, booths, and even cafes. However, Saju is by far the most popular. It can be a form of entertainment and a way to seek advice on life issues for many Koreans.