Historically, the Koreans had their definitive religions, which included Buddhism among many other. However, the intense interactions with the west and other parts of the world necessitated the introduction of Christianity in the region. Currently, Christianity is the leading religion in South Korea with most Koreans adopting the faith. The trend evidently portrays the nature and effects of the religious conflict exhibited in the liberal society. Just as with any other developed society, the concepts of urbanization and globalization have succeeded in creating densely populated urban centers in which people share neighborhoods with people from all over the world. In such a set, tracking a cultural practice becomes increasingly difficult thus resulting in the development of an individualistic and in depended societies in which everyone leads a unique lifestyle by scribing to specific cultural and social values. It is commonplace to see men dressed in neat three and two-piece suits an abject portrayal of the manifestation of the western culture in the region. Among the interviewees, some revealed that suits and shirts were among their favorite clothes. The interviewer determined the nationality and origin of the interviewees in order to prove that all the interviewees were native Koreans. Despite the existence of their cultural attires, the interviewees admitted that the suits looked more decent and appropriate for office set-ups since they interacted with people from diverse cultures. Such people admitted that economic integration necessitated by the development of communication and transportation technologies has made the world a global village. They therefore interact with people from diverse cultures and appreciating some of the western cultures help avoid some discerning circumstances. One of the interviewees admitted that adorning the native Korean attires is sectarian. Such attires readily reveal an individual’s nationality thus exposing them to previously existing stereotypes that may interfere with the nature of the relationship they develop with the people they meet. The situation become even more complex as people must maintain cordial relationship in work places where they interact with people from all over the world. The interviewees thus cited the nature of their professional environment as the greatest motivator to dress in the western suits thus sidelining the native Korean attires. Whenever cultures conflict, people adopt features that prove more relevant and convenient, this explains the widespread consumption of western designs in Korea. Furthermore, currently hundreds of Korean designers who specialize in the production of the western attires such as suits, the basic style and design are western but the Korean designers infuse their own creativity into the designs thus developing their own labels and claim their market shares within the country. The same is evident in the dietary of the people of South Korea. While the independent lifestyle in the country makes it difficult to investigate the dietary of the people, the few interviewed admitted retaining some of their cultural cuisines but adopted a few others from other parts of the world. The streets of major cities such are Seoul have numerous fast food cafes. Most of such facilities dispense junks including fries, kebabs, burgers and fried chicken among others. The eateries are convenient and offer the population cost effective solutions to their busy official schedules.