Calls for social spirituality of public responsibility, communication, empathy and hospitality are becoming urgent toward Christianity in Korea. The problem is that Korean Christianity tends to regard social spirituality as strange. This article proposes that social spirituality belongs to Christianity’s own resources and is a task that Christianity must implement. In particular, this article deals with the ori- gin and restoration of social spirituality by paying attention to discipleship based on discipleship training program which is familiar with Christianity in Korea. On the origin of social spirituality, this article pays attention to the good Samaritan discipleship. Based on the view of virtue ethics, the good Samaritan discipleship could be read as the origin of social spirituality; being neighbor and being other. Being neighbor refers to the ethics of public responsibility and communication, while being the other refers to the ethics of empathy and hospitality. This is not an attempt to fit today’s issues into good Samaritan discipleship, but a work to confirm that social spirituality is embedded in the discipleship that Jesus requires. And this article presents the fact that the restoration of social spirituality is the ur- gent task of Korean Christianity. Regarding the restoration of social spirituality, this article suggests that Korean Christianity has a responsibility to actively imple- ment social spirituality, not to regard it as strange. The conclusion of this article is that Korean Christianity must overcome the dangers of privatization and to pur- sue ethical reformation through restoration of social spirituality.