The first CJ house was opened in Seoul in 1964 with a group of Korean sisters who had done their initial religious formation in the Middle European Province. Shortly afterwards, a second house was opened in Daejeon in 1966. The development of the CJ in South Korea has been rapid. By 1973 the Korean mission and membership had grown sufficiently strong to become a province with a Korean sister as the provincial superior.
The communities of the province are spread throughout South Korea. The province currently has 230 professed members. They are engaged in a variety of ministries: education, nursing care, pastoral and spiritual ministries, and care of the poor and underprivileged.
In 2005 the Korean Province has opened amission centre in Mongolia. In 2013 an inter-congregational community with the IBVM for study was opened in Manila and recently, in 2020, a mission station apostolate in Kalookan, Philippines was founded. In 2019, the province also began an apostolic presence in diocese de Yangon, Myanmar.