If you want to visit Yanghwajin Foreign Missionary Cemetery
Anyone can visit Yanghwajin Foreign Missionary Cemetery during visitor hours for free. If you wish to join a guided tour, however, please contact us in advance to make a reservation for the tour.
Monday to Saturday from 10:00 am to 5:00 p.m.
(closed on Sundays)
Take subway line No.2 or No. 6 to Hapjeong Station and head to exit 7. For more detailed information about directions, please refer to "Directions to Yanghwajin Foreign Missionary Cemetery."
Questions or Request for Additional Information
Please contact us at (02) 332-9174 (9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.)
*100th Anniversary Memorial Church which cares for the Yanghwajin Foreign Missionary Cemetery provides tours of the Cemetery. If you wish to receive a free tour of the Cemetery, please make your reservation for the tour several days before your planned visit through " Guided Tour Reservation" menu.
Get a free guide!
양화진외국인선교사묘원을 관리하고 있는 100주년기념교회에서는 (양화진외국인선교사묘원)에 대한 안내 봉사를 하고 있습니다.
무료안내를 원하시는 분은 방문날짜 며칠 전에 미리 안내 예약신청 메뉴를 통해 예약신청하시기 바랍니다.
Monday to Saturday at 10:00 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 2:00 p.m., 3:30 p.m. (not available on New Year's Day, Lunar New Year holidays, Chuseok (fall harvest festival holidays) and Christmas Day).
The Yanghwajin Service Hall of 100th Anniversary Memorial Church >> See the location of the Education Center
Introductory video on Yanghwajin (12 min), presentation on selected missionaries (26 min), introductory video on missionaries (15 min) and guided tour of the Cemetery (15 min)
- ※ Within the Cemetery, guides only provide information as to identity of the missionaries and their families who are buried at particular sites in order to preserve the respectful atmosphere at the Cemetery (this notice takes effect as of September 1, 2008).
- ※ After the guided tour, you may visit Yanghwajin Hall at your leisure. Admittance may be limited to 20 persons at a time due to the limited space at the exhibition hall.
- ※ 100th Anniversary Memorial Church does not accept any form of offering or donation from visitors in connection with guided tours.
Yanghwajin Hall is a place that commemorates and brings to light the faith and precious lives of the missionaries who devoted themselves to the spread of the Gospel in Korea even at the cost of their lives. At the hall, exhibits tell the stories of missionaries who are buried at Yanghwajin: who they were, why they sought out Chosun (the name by which Korea was widely known prior to 1945), how God led them to Chosun, and what they did after coming to Chosun. In addition, it is also possible to see how Yanghwajin has changed over the course of history.