AThe Seoul Cathedral Anglican Church of Korea is the intangible cultural heritage No. 35 of Seoul, as well as the three-story building on a 4450m² area a with floor space of 992m², built with granite and red brick. Construction of the building began in 1922 by the first bishop, C.G. Corfe, who came to Korea in 1890, and was completed on May 2, 1926. It’s historical significance lies in the fact that it was designed in a Romanesque architectural style.
Address: 15, Sejong-daero 21-gil, Jung-gu
Directions: Exit 3, City Hall Station (Lines 1, 2)
Scale: Basement 1F – ground 3F
Operation Hours: Monday – Saturday (11:00-16:00) / Closed Sundays