This study examines the meaning and direction of the Protestant monastery movement required in this era by investigating various Protestant monasteries in Korea and conducting typological analysis. Firstly, as the emergence of the mo- nastic movement is a reflection of social chaos and the depravity of the church, it can be seen that our modern society demands the succession of the movement and is already developing in various forms. Secondly, a more active and specific Protestant monastic movement is needed. In a world subjugated to the idols of Mammonism, the church should be reformed according to a monastic community distinct from the trend of the times. Thirdly, a return to the space separated from the secular world and focuses on spiritual training (whether long-term or tempo- rary) is needed. Currently, many prayer centers and spiritual centers are facing difficulties in management, because buildings and investments are prioritized over people and contents. In consideration of Catholic retreats, the space for “spirituality training” is required to embrace people in the postmodern era restoring the Protestant tradition of Bible study for revival.