Peter Yu Tae-chol

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Peter Yu Tae-chol
Hangul 유대철 베드로
Revised Romanization Yu Dae-cheol Bedeuro
McCune–Reischauer Yu Taech'ŏl Pedŭro

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.

After giving himself up, he was tortured and then sent to prison, where he was strangled at the age of 13.[1][2]

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  1. ^ "Peter Liou". The New Glories of the Catholic Church. London: Richardson and Son. 1859. pp. 99–100. Retrieved 2008-05-09. 
  2. ^ 유대철 베드로

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