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The Middlewest Korean Conference (aka Chuncheonghaphoe) is one of the five conferences belonging to the Korean Union Conference of the Northern Asia-Pacific Division of Seventh-day Adventists. It was organized as the Middle West Korean Mission in 1963, reorganized as the Middlewest Korean Mission in 1971, and then elevated to the Middlewest Korean Conference (MWKC) in 1983.

Owned by the Korean Adventist Church, the Mount Deer Retreat Center (Saseum-ui-dongsan) has been the site of camp meetings, youth retreats, and other spiritual meetings since its establishment in 1967. It is located at 330-92, Cheonggun-ro, Sang-myeon, Gapyeong-gun, Gyeonggi-do, with four employees in charge of the retreat center's programs.

North Korean Mission (aka. Bukandaehoe) is a mission belonging to the Korean Union Conference. The mission was organized as the North Chosen Mission in 1934, and after the liberation of 1945, South Korea was divided into North and South Korea, but the entire region belonging to North Korea was organized as the North Korean Mission of Seventh-day Adventists.

The Northern Asia-Pacific Division is one of the thirteen divisions of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists.

Northern Asia-Pacific Division News & Views (abbreviated News & Views) is the official magazine of the Northern Asia-Pacific Division of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists.

Harold A. Oberg (aka Oh Byeok) went to Korea as a missionary in 1909 and served as the president of the Chosen Union Mission (CUM) for 16 years from 1922 to 1938, leading the development of the Korean Adventist Church.

Overseas Korean Adventist churches were established by Koreans Adventists who accepted the Adventist faith in Korea and immigrated abroad. In 2020, Korean Adventist churches existed in Americas, New Zealand, Germany/Austria, France, Australia, Japan, China, Philippines, Thailand, and Kyrgyzstan.

The Pioneer Mission Movement is a Global Mission project of the Northern Asia-Pacific Division of the Seventh-day Adventist Church for the purpose of planting new churches in its territories.

Riley Russell (露說, Rho Seol) was the first medical missionary to enter Korea as a medical doctor. He devoted himself to missionary work and medical service in Korea for 15 years as the director of Soonan Dispensary-Hospital, the head of the Workers’ Training School, and the director of the West Chosen Mission.

Sahmyook Health University (Sahmyook Bogeon Daehakgyo) has been highly recognized as one of the leading technical colleges in Korea. Its location is 82, Mangu-ro, Dongdaemun-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea.

Sahmyook University is a university that is operated in Korea according to the educational ideals of the Adventist Church. The university is located at 815 Hwarang-ro (200 acres), in Nowon-gu, Seoul, and is operated with 5,600 students, 204 professors, and 246 employees as of the end of 2019.

Sahmyook Welfare Foundation is a foundation organized in 2001 by the Korean Union Conference (KUC) for social welfare projects. As of 2021 there are 30 welfare institutions (4 senior medical welfare institutions, 4 senior leisure welfare institutions, 8 senior welfare facilities, 3 senior job support institutions, 3 social welfare centers, and 1 local self-support facility) and 29 child-welfare facilities.

Helen May Scott, an educational missionary, entered Chosen (Korea) as the fourth of the missionaries for the educational work of the Korean Adventist Church. She was the longest missionary in Korea, serving for 32 years.

​Located in Hongseong, Chungcheongnam-do, South Korea, Seohae Sahmyook Middle and High School has graduated 2,125 middle school students and 5,017 high school students by the end of February 2021. Currently, there are 43 faculty members.

​Seoul Adventist Dental Hospital (aka Sahmyook Chikwa Byungwon) is one of the medical missionary organizations under the Korean Union Conference. It is located at 82 Mangwoo-ro, Dongdaemun-gu, Seoul, Korea.

​Seoul Adventist Hospital (aka Sahmyook Seoul byeongwon) is a medical missionary organization under the Korean Union Conference. It is located at 82 Mangu-ro, Dongdaemun-gu, Seoul, as of the end of 2020. The hospital has 119 doctors, 371 nurses, and 531 other employees, with a total of 1,021 people.

The Seoul Adventist Hospital Orphanage was a social welfare institution operated by the Seoul Adventist Hospital under the name Seongyuk-won. Started in 1951 during the Korean War by Mrs. Grace Rue, wife of Dr. George H. Rue, it operated until 1981. Located at 200 Sangbong-ri, Guri-myeon, Yangju-gun, Gyeonggi-do (currently: Sangbong-dong, Jungnang-gu, Seoul), it also operated elementary and middle schools.

Seventh-day Adventist Language School is a specialized language education institution that operates foreign language curriculums such as English, Chinese, and Japanese, and is a special missionary institution that expands the kingdom of God through educational work. The project, which began in 1969, has achieved remarkable growth over the past 50 years with the development of the Korean society, contributing greatly to the missionary expansion of the Korean Adventist Church.

The Chinese Signs of the Times Publishing Association, located in Taipei, Taiwan, is the only official Chinese publishing house of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in China.

William R. Smith and his wife, Addie, were the first Korean Adventist missionary couple to be sent to Korea from the General Assembly, and were faithful leaders of the Korean Church with Williams serving as a pastor, educator, and administrator while serving as missionaries for 20 years.