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Doors of Mercy: South Korea

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Daejeon

The Cathedral of Diocese of Daeajeon. The church was built in Mok-dong, Daejeon on November, 1919 with the name of “Parish of Daejeon” and changed its name to “Parish of Daeheung-dong” in the occasion of moving to present location. The Patron is St. Josesh the Worker. On March 8th 1948, the Holy...
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jeju-si

Conceptione Immaculata B.M.V.

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Cheongju

The Church was established in 1957 and became a cathedral in 1962. About 900 Catholics are attending usaually at the Sunday mass at present.

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Seoul

Myeongdong Cathedral, situated in the heart of downtown Seoul, is both the Cathedral Church for the Archdiocese of Seoul and a symbol of the Catholic Church in Korea. In 1784, the first Catholic community in Korea gathered in this place which was then known as Myeong-Nae-Bang. The construction...
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Daegu

The Gyesan Cathedral was constructed in 1903 and then was reconstructed in 1911 when Vicariate Apostolic of Daegu was elected. St. Pope John Paul 2 visited the Catheral in May 1984.

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Uijeongbu

est : December 1945
ct : 2.799
pr : 2