Take a look:
That's 62 feet of plastic foam and fiberglass aflame there, leaving behind nothing but the steel frame:
Video here. Nicknamed "Touchdown Jesus" because of the positioning of his outstretched arms, the figure stood in front of Solid Rock Church of Monroe, Ohio (Motto: "Our Church may be built of solid rock, but our Jesus is made of plastic").
This post has nothing whatever to do with living in Korea, so let me correct that now (from Wikipedia):
According to 2005 statistics compiled by the South Korean government, approximately 46.5% of the South Korean population express no religious preference.
Of the religious population, 29.2% are Christian (of which 18.3% (on total) profess to be Protestants and 10.9% to be Catholics), 22.8% are Buddhist, and the rest adheres to various new religious movements including Jeungism, Daesunism, Cheondoism, Taoism, Confucianism and Won Buddhism.
I also wrote a little about religion in Korea in a couple of previous posts, which you can see here.