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|#2280 of 5,829||In Asia|
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|#32 of 39||In Seoul|
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Acceptance rate & Admissions
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Presbyterian University and Theological Seminary has financial aid programs and on-campus housing.
Programs and Degrees
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|Bachelor's Degree||Music, Religious Education, Theology|
|Master's Degree||Religious Education, Religious Music, Theology|
- Born in
- North Korea
- 1872-1964 (aged 92)
Ham Tae-young, sometimes Hahm Tae Young, was a South Korean politician, pastor and leader of the Presbyterian Church of Korea. He was Vice President of South Korea from 1952 to 1956. He was also a judge during the Korean Empire and an independence leader during Korea under Japanese rule. He was one of the organizers of the March 1st Movement.
- 1888-1945 (aged 57)
Choe Sang-rim was a Korean independence movement activist, Presbyterian priest, and educator during the Korea's independence movement.
- 1954-.. (age 67)
YoungSang Ro is a Korean theologian in the field of Christian ethics as well as a Protestant pastor of The Presbyterian Church of Korea (TongHap). He was a longtime professor and President at Honam Theological University and Seminary, and professor and dean of theological seminary at Presbyterian University & Theological Seminary. In the fall of 2017, he also assumed a professor at Baekseok University. He is considered to be one of the important theologians in Korea who was named in Marquis Who’s Who in the World, 2018. He specializes in Christian ethics, Christian culture, and Korean unification research. He has written widely on a diverse range of subjects, such as the eco-theology, Christian bioethics, the methodology of Christian social ethics, church and society, future society and future ministry, Christian study on homosexuality, biblical ethics and Christian virtue ethics. He is the leading scholar of the village ministerial movement for the Korean church. He is president of the 23rd Korean Association of Christian Studies. In 2017, he served as a co-chairman of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation. He is currently president of the Korean Church Institute of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church of Korea. He was named Theologian of the Year at the 8th John Calvin 500th Anniversary Project in 2018. He is the leading leader of the village pastoral movement for the Korean church. He married Jung Sook Han, piano music professor of Honam Theological University and Seminary, begetting one daughter, Kyung Hee (married to Jung Seo Lee), one son, Hyun Woo (married to You Ri Chae) and six grandchildren; Seo Yeon, Ji Hyun, Joon Seong, Tae Yoon, Tae Heon and Eun Seong.
|Accreditation||Korean Council for University Education (KCUE)|
Location and Contacts
|Address||353 Gwangjang-dong, Gwangjin-gu|
Seoul, Seoul, 143-756
|Phone||+82 (2) 450 0700|
|Fax||+82 (2) 452 3460|