The '''Orthodox Metropolis of Korea''', headquartered in Seoul, South Korea, is an [[eparchy]] of the [[Church of Constantinople]]. Its current [[primate]] is His Eminence [[Sotirios (Trambas) of Korea|Sotirios (Trambas)]], [[Metropolitan]] of Korea (both North and South).
name=Orthodox Metropolis of Korea|
Sotirios ( Trambas) of Korea|Metr. Sotirios]]|
hq=Seoul, South Korea|
North and South Korea|
calendar=[[Revised Julian Calendar|Revised Julian]]|
website=[http://www.orthodox.or.kr Metropolis of Korea]
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The Orthodox Metropolis of Korea is treated as one single metropolis with 10 parishes and 8 priests and 1 deacon in South Korea, which has healthy relations with the single North Korean parish under the Moscow Patriarchate. The Metropolis also has a female monastery dedicated to the [[Monastery of the Holy Transfiguration (Gapyeong, Korea)|Holy Transfiguration]] , albeit with no Korean nuns. The Metropolis also has a Theological Seminary dedicated to [[St. Nicholas Orthodox Theological Seminary|St. Nicholas]] which trains the clergy of Korea and Southeast Asia.
== The Episcopacy ==
Sotirios ( Trambas) of Korea| Sotirios ( Trambas)]] of Korea , 2004-present.* Bishop [[ Ambrosios ( Zographos) of Zelon| Ambrosios ( Zographos)]] of Zelon is a Chancellor of the Metropolis.
**Protopresbyter Daniel Na is priest of the church in Incheon, and was involved in the talks with the North Korean parish.
**Hieromonk Theophan (Kim), a Korean priestmonk, is priest for the St Maxim the Greek chapel (which does services in foreign languages).
== External links ==
* [http://www.orthodox.or.kr Official Website of the Metropolis]
* [http://www.patriarchate.org/ Official Website of the Orthodox Patriarchate of Constantinople]