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The Presbyterian Church of Korea or PCK is a mainline Protestant denomination based in South Koreamarker and currently has the largest membership of any Presbyterian denomination in the world. It is affiliated with its daughter denomination, the Korean Presbyterian Church in Americamarker (KPCA). The church, while primarily made up of Korean-speakers, welcomes people of all nationalities.

The first Korean Presbyterian minister was Suh Sang-Ryun, who founded a church in Hwanghae province in 1884. Shortly thereafter, several foreign Presbyterian missionaries arrived on the peninsula, including Horace Allen, Horace G. Underwood, and Henry Davies.

Like other Christian groups, the Korean Presbyterians were closely involved in the peaceful March first movement for Korean independence, in 1919.

In the 1950s, the PCK was cut off from any remaining believers in North Koreamarker, and three schisms occurred. In the first of these, in 1952, the Gosin group split off. In the second in 1953, the "Presbyterian Church of the Republic of Korea" separated from the PCK. In the third, and thus far final, schism, the Hapdong faction separated in 1959.

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