- Jahye Hospital
- Sorokdo Branch of Suncheon Correctional Institution
- Mannyeongdang Charnel House
- Food Storehouse
- Seongsil Bible Middle and High School Building
- Autopsy Lab
- Detention Rooms
- Noksan Elementary School Building
- Main Administration Building and Auditorium
- Official Residence of the Director
- Shinto Shrine
- Byeongsa Catholic Church
- Residence of Marianne and Margaret
- Artifacts Used by Hansen’s Disease Patients
- Petition and Statement Related to The April 6 Movement in Sorokdo, Goheung
- Artifacts of Noksan Medical Training School
|Classification||Cultural properties of Jeollanam-do|
|Designated Number||No. 238|
|Name of Cultural Properties||Main building of Jahye Hospital in Sorokdo, Goheung|
|Type||Historic buildings/Education culture/Modern education culture/Medical facilities|
|Designation Date||May 27, 2003|
|Address||712 (Sorok-ri), 139 Gonghwadang-gil, Doyang-eup, Goheung-gun, Jeollanam-do|
|Reasons for Registration||
This is the oldest building in Sorokdo, where treatment and hospital administration were carried out in the early age of Sorokdo Jahye Hospital.
The building is characterized by red bricks making up the wall and cement blocks and wooden finish of the extended building.
Sorokdo Jahye Hospital was a Hansen’s disease-specific hospital opened during the Japanese Colonial era, although there were private leprosariums in Gwangju, Busan, and Daegu ran by foreign missionaries at the time.
Therefore, this building is recognized not only for its architectural features but also its value as a modern building (monument) that was the foundation for a hospital specializing in Hansen’s disease in Sorokdo.