We will take care of your eye health!

At Ophthalmology, there are multiple clinics, which include retina clinic, pediatric and strabismus clinic, plastic surgery clinic, glaucoma clinics, corneal and external eye clinic. All staffs will treat each patient with their heart. Our experienced optometrist, resident doctors, outpatient staffs, operating room and inpatient nurses are ready to meet your needs.


Cataract surgery using intraocular lamp : Ophthalmology clinic was certified for our own new health technology (NET) of 'cataract surgery using intraocular lamp' for the first time in nation. Through this, we provide the best post-operative satisfactory result by 'reducing patient's glare and anxiety during surgery' and 'reducing surgery complications'.

New Health Technology (NET) : Korea's national certification system introduced to discover new technologies developed by Korean companies, research institutes, universities that are certified by the Minister of Health and Welfare at early stage and certify excellence of the technology by Korean government to promote the commercialization and technology trade, promoting new health technology products to enter the market more smoothly

3D digital high-resolution retina and cataract surgery : By using the most advanced - being the 2nd hospital in Korea - imaging equipment (Ngenuity, Alcon, USA) in ophthalmology, we provide the safest and the most complete surgical results by 'minimum light exposure' and 'improvement of patient-specific surgery images'.

Macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy

Two popular diseases causing blindness among 3, macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy, are often found late and difficult to treat completely, because it is often misjudged as an normal aging process and people usually began treatment late. Therefore, accurate diagnosis and treatment after specific exams is very important. Depending on the severity of the disease, intraocular injection or laser treatment under local eye anesthesia can be done without hospitalization to suppress progression and alleviate symptoms.


If a person cannot align both eyes simultaneously when looking at an object, making one or both eyes turn in or out, it is called strabismus. Strabismus among children not only impairs vision development, but also gives poor appearance, resulting psychological damage and increase diplopia and eye fatigue. Unlike adults, it is very important for children to receive accurate diagnosis and proper treatment at right time by an experienced specialist, as they often cannot express their own discomforts and cooperation during strabismus exam is difficult.

Amblyopia and refraction error

Children's eyes grow along with their body's natural growth, so they must develop well at this time to have healthy eyes in adult period. Amblyopia is a condition when one eye or both eyes' vision decrease when there is no structural abnormality in the eye. Possible causes include anisometropia or refraction disorder. Wearing prescription glasses appropriate for age and refractive index, patching the eye or eye drop treatment should be done on time to gain good vision before reaching an adult.

Orbital fracture

Orbital fracture occurs mainly after trauma around the eyes. In case of a simple fracture, there are often no symptoms, yet diplopia or limited eye movement, depression of the eye or facial sensation decrease can occur. Surgical treatment may be required after doing CT scan and precise eye tests. Surgery can be very difficult and rarely, loss of vision can occur due to damage to optic nerve.

Droopy eyelid

An abnormality in the muscle or nerve that lift the eyelids make eye look small when viewed from the front. Aesthetically modifying the eyelid can improve appearance and correct vision problems. It is especially important for children with congenital blepharoscopy, as the eyelid dropping may cause head position abnormalities or amblyopia. There are various treatment methods for each droopy eyelid depending on the cause, so accurate diagnosis is essential. If surgery is performed, cosmetic complication can occur, such as over-correction, under-correction or asymmetry, so consultation with a specialist is necessary.

Tear drop

Lacrimal drainage disease mean tear gland from the eyes to the nose is narrowed, blocked or the tear drainage function is decreased, so that tears cannot be drained into the nose but get leaked outside. As the tears are stuck, they affect vision and cause discomfort to wipe off frequently, and wrinkles around the eyes or even eye mucus. Depending on the cause, non-surgical treatment such as eye drops or massages, silicone tube insertion or surgery to create new tear path can be performed.

Thyroid eye disease

Thyroid eye disease is a disease in which inflammatory diseases occur in the orbital tissue due to autoimmune disorders associated with thyroid disease. In addition to cosmetic and functional problems such as redness of the eyes, feeling of pressure, swelling of the eyelids, bulging of the eyes, extraocular muscle hypertrophy or double vision, the optic nerve may be damaged and the eyesight can be lost. Therefore, it is important to diagnose accurately in the early stage, and not only simple eye test, but also examination for double vision, visual field, blood analysis, CT scan, and consultation with internal medicine are necessary. This disease requires long-term management for full recovery without complication, so seeking a right specialist is crucial.

Glaucoma laser

One of the three major causes for blindness, glaucoma is increasing in number of patients, and about 10% of them are known to lead to blindness. Glaucoma is basically treated with eye drops or internal medicine, but in some cases, patients need laser treatment, such as laser fibroplasty, laser iris ablation or ciliary photocoagulation under local anesthesia without hospitalization if medication cannot treat the cases.

Contact Lens

Prescribes the most suitable contact lens based on corneal curvature radius test, refraction test or corneal topography test.

Dry eye syndrome

Dry eye syndrome is not simply a disease caused by lack of tears, but about half of it is caused by inflammation of the eyes, so it is often difficult to treat it with artificial tears only. It is possible to accurately diagnose the causes of dry eye syndrome by precise examinations, such as meibography, tear inflammation level (MMP-9) or osmolarity, which can accurately measure inflammation of the eyelids or dysfunction of the meibomian glands.