Seventh-day Adventism is one of the most successful American native religious movement. The dramatic cultural unstability of mid-nineteenth century America prompted the Millerite movement, resulting in seventh-day Adventism. William Miller. A farmer and Baptist layman, prophesied the world would end in 1843. His failed prophecies end in “Great Disappointment” on the part of Miller himself and his followers. His Premillennialism won followers` mind and by the 1860s Millerism developed into Seventh-day Adventist sect. At the threshold of the twentieth century, Korea embraced American Pentecostalism. During the period of the Japanese imperial colonial administration, a distinctive form of Christianity emerged. Charismatic leaders emphasized the significance of spiritual and, mythical experience during revival meetings. In 1966, Yoo Jar-Yul at the age of 17 started to prophesy the Second-coming of Jesys Christ in 1969. He initiated a new religious sect, Tabernacle Temple movement. Like William Miller`s case, his prophesy failed in great disappointment. Yoo Jae-Yul repented and bid farewell to his religious community. He persuaded his followers to rededicate about 70churches belonging to Tabernacle Temple movement into Korean Presbytarian churches.