History

TaiWha has been a great part of Korea’s modern and contemporary history. We are still involved in the creation of a rich and beautiful history.

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TaiWha goes beyond its limits
  • 2013
    • ‘TaiWha Fountain House’ newly built and relocated
    • ‘GREAT PEACE in Lao PDR’ founded in Vientiane, Laos
  • 2011

    ‘Songjeongkwon Senior Community Center’
    commissioned

  • 2010

    ‘Gongju Christian Community Center’
    newly built and remodeled

  • 2009

    Battambang ‘GREAT PEACE CAMBODIA’ founded in Battambang, Cambodia

    Entrusted ‘Mapo Rehabilitation Community Center ’ operated by Mapo-gu Office in Seoul

  • 2007

    Overseas programs launched in Morocco

  • 2006

    TaiWha Social Welfare Research Center’
    established

  • 2004
    • ‘Daejeon Christian Community Center’
      newly constructed and relocated
    • Renamed ‘TaiWha Methodist Social Welfare Foundation’
  • 2003

    ‘Incheon Christian Community Center’
    newly built and relocated

TaiWha being nourished and developed by the youth power!
  • 1995
    • ‘TaiWha Christian Community Center’
      newly built and relocated
  • 1992

    ‘Jangan Community Center’ operated by Dongdaemun-gu Office in Seoul

    ‘Gongju Christian Community Center’ newly built

  • 1989

    ‘Eunpyung Community Center’ operated by
    Eunpyeong-gu Office in Seoul

  • 1986

    Korea’s first social rehabilitation center for the mentally handicapped people ‘TaiWha Fountain House’ founded

  • 1982

    ‘TaiWha Building’ established for
    profit-making purposes

  • 1980

    The Korean Methodist Church’s Social Program
    Foundation founded by TaiWha, Mapo,
    Incheon, Daejeon, Gongju and
    Busan Methodist Social Centers

TaiWha strengthening its ground
  • 1954

    Mapo Christian Community Center
    established

  • 1953

    Daejeon Christian Community Center established by Laird

  • 1952

    Busan Christian Community Center
    established by Townsend

TaiWha, rooting-down deep
  • 1949

    Incheon Christian Community Center
    established by Boyles

  • 1924

    ‘Gongju Central Children’s Center’
    established by Bording

  • 1921

    ‘TaiWha Women’s Center’ established by Mary D.Myers