So I posed a similar question in GQ recently, asking about the most racially homogeneous society in the world, knowing that there was some gray area as to where a race ends and another begins. But, even that doesn’t get to my question. I’m trying to figure out what country in the world has the most homogeneous society (still vague, I know). For example, many African countries are probably quite racially homogeneous, but there are tribal/linguistic/traditional differences between the people’s of those countries.
The criteria I can come up with would be a place where most of the people
[li]look very similar[/li][li]practice the same or similar religion and traditions[/li][li]speak the same language[/li][/ul]
If there is any other criteria I might have missed, feel free to debate that, or if the criteria I’ve presented is faulty in some way.
My guess is still Korea.