Kyungdong Presbyterian Church

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Kyungdong Presbyterian Church in Seoul

Kyungdong Presbyterian Church

Kyungdong Presbyterian Church is a unique and beautiful church in Jangchung-dong built in 1981 using roughly cut red bricks in the shape of praying hands. The church, which resembles a fortress, was designed by Kim Swoo Geun, one of Korea’s best known post liberation architects.

Red brick walls of Kyungdong Presbyterian Church in Seoul

Red brick walls of the church

Castle like exterior of Kyungdong Presbyterian Church in Seoul

Castle like exterior of Kyungdong Presbyterian Church

Dark interior of Kyungdong Presbyterian Church in Seoul, South Korea

Dark interior of the church

Nighttime view of Kyungdong Presbyterian in Seoul

The building viewed at night

Stained glass windows inside Kyungdong Presbyterian Church in Seoul

Stained glass windows found in the interior of the church

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Directions To Kyungdong Presbyterian Church

  • Take Subway Line 2 or Line 4 or Line 5 to Dongdaemun History & Culture Park (Exit 4).
    At the top of the exit, make a U turn and walk to the first street.
    Turn left and cross the street.
    Continue 100m to the church on the left.

Fees

  • Free