Peter Yu Tae-chol
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Saint Peter Yu Tae-chol (유대철 베드로) (c. 1826 – October 31, 1839) was one of the 103 canonised Korean Martyrs and a son of a government interpreter named Augustine Nyou Tjin-kil, also a martyr. His feast day is October 21, and he is also venerated along with the rest of the 103 Korean martyrs on September 20.
- The Lives of the 103 Martyr Saints of Korea 33: Saint Yu Tae-chol Peter (1826 ~ 1839), Catholic Bishops' Conference of Korea Newsletter No. 53 (Winter 2005).
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