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Introduction to the Hall

Our journey

2022
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Reopening of the Martyrs’ Hall
2019
1.1
The Martyrs’ Hall temporarily closes for restoration
2017
10
The cumulative number of visitors reaches 1,000,000
2012
2
Construction of the outdoor service space and meditation walk along the Martyrs’ hill
2005
1.23
At the regular board meeting of the 100th Anniversary Association,
the responsibility of operation and management of the Hall and the Yanghwajin Foreign
Missionary Cemetery is delegated to the 100th Anniversary Memorial Church.
7.10
100th Anniversary Memorial Church is founded
11.17
Thanksgiving service for the 16th anniversary of the Hall opening and delegation service
2003
9
The cumulative number of visitors reaches 500,000
1999
11
Christian Martyrs’ Memorial Hall opening
1994
3
The cumulative number of visitors reaches 100,000
1989
10
Opening of the Korean Christian Martyrs’ Memorial Hall (3-story building of 1110 m2)
1984
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An anonymous donor offered about 36 hectare of land in Yangji-myeon of Yongin City
in Gyeonggi Province.
After much deliberation, the decision to build the Korean Christian Martyrs’ Memorial Hall was reached.
1981
1
This year marked the 100th year of Korean Christianity.
About 100 representatives from 20 church denominations and 26 Christian organizations
gathered in advance to establish the 100th Anniversary Association (the name was changed to
‘Foundation for the 100th Anniversary of the Korean Church’ in 2013).