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Annual Bible distribution exceeds one million copies
KBS dedicates the Seocho Bible House
 
Ho Yong Kim becomes the fourth General Secretary of the Korean Bible Society
The Korean Bible Society becomes financially independent
 
The Common Translation is published
Three hundred thousand copies of Scriptures are exported for the first time
The Bible Society ceases to use colporteurs for Bible distribution
The New Testament in the Common Translation is published
 
The New Testament in New Translation (신약전서 새번역) is published
 
 
Joo Byung (Andrew) Kim becomes the third General Secretary of the Korean Bible Society
The Korean Bible Society’s Independence Countermeasures Committee is organized
 
The Korean Revised Version, revision of the Revised Version (성경개역) is published
 
 
Young Bin Im becomes the second General Secretary of the Korean Bible Society
The Korean Bible Society becomes a member of the United Bible Societies
The Ministry of Culture and Education endorses the Korean Bible Society Foundation
 
Bible Work is resumed with liberation.
Tae Eung Chung becomes the first General Secretary of the Korean Bible Society
Bible Work in Korea is put to a stop upon the order from the Japanese Governor-General of Korea.
The Japanese colonial government forced the establishment of the Chosun Bible Society
Tae Eung Chung becomes the first General Secretary of the Chosun Bible Society in January
The BFBS Korean agency closes down and hands over all operations to the Korean Bible Society, and formally ends the Bible Work in Korea
In Gwa Chung becomes the second General Secretary of the Chosun Bible Society in April