Located on the slopes of beautiful A-Cha Mountain overlooking
the Han River, the 16-acre campus was given as a gift from the
United Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. The present campus
consists of the chapel, the main administrative building, Center
for World Mission, Main Lecture Hall, four dormitories, Music
Hall, and Luce Center for the Global Church.
Main Lecture Hall (Ju Gi-Cheul Memorial Building) was
completed in September 2004. It was constructed by offerings
from churches under the Presbyterian Church of Korea (PCK).
This building includes classrooms, a language laboratory, and a
Center for World Mission was opened in February 1986. This
building provides seminar rooms and dormitory facilities for
international students, Korean pastors enrolled in continuing
education, guest professors from abroad, and Korean
missionaries on furlough.
In addition to Shattuck Student Center, a men’s dormitory and a
new women's dormitory with offices and classrooms were
added in July 1987.
Two new dormitories were built in 1994. In 1999, the new
administrative building-Samuel Moffett Memorial Building-and
Kyung-Chik Han Memorial Chapel were built, as well as
additional dormitories, Music Hall, and Sang-Jo Lee Memorial
Library. Most recently, Luce Center for the Global Church was
built in May 2001.
Presbyterian University and Theological Seminary is located in the
east section of Seoul. If you are driving from the airport, which is
to the west of the city, proceed east on the Olympic Highway.
Turn left onto the Olympic Bridge and go over the Han River.
Turn right onto Kwangnarutgil, and continue to the main
entrance of the seminary. The admission office is in Samuel
Moffett Memorial Building.