Jocheon School was built in March 1946 by local villagers. Most teachers were outstanding individuals who studied abroad, such as Japan, and were connected to the South Korean Labor Party. Most of them were killed during the April 3rd Massacre. Since the 1 March 1947 shooting incident, Jocheon School was suppressed by the US Military Government and maintenance became difficult. On 6 March 1948, Kim Yong-cheol, who was a second-year student at Jocheon School, was tortured to death at Jochen Police Station.
Source: Memorial Committee for the 70th anniversary of the Jeju April 3rd Uprising and Massacre <Explore the Historical Sites of the April 3rd Uprising and Massacre>
- categoryArea East Side
- gps_fixedLatitude 33.5383055
- gps_fixedLongitude 126.640305555556
- pin_dropAddress 264 Sinbuk-ro, 2348 Jocheon-ri, Jocheon-eup