Dumortiera hirsuta (Sw.) Nees (Dumortieraceae) is a thallose liverwort distributed primarily in tropics regions. It is the only species in family Dumortieraceae, which is a second basal family in order Marchantiales. In this study, we reported the complete chloroplast genome sequence of D. hirsuta isolated in South Korea. Its chloroplast genome was successfully assembled from raw reads sequenced by HiSeq4000. Its total length is 122,050 bp consisting of four regions: large single copy (LSC) region (81,697 bp), small single copy (SSC) region (20,061 bp), and inverted repeats (IRs; 10,146 bp per each). It contained 133 genes (89 coding genes, eight rRNAs, and 36 tRNAs); 18 genes (four rRNAs and five tRNAs) are duplicated in inverted repeat regions. The overall GC content of D. hirsuta is 28.7\% and in the LSC, SSC and IR regions were 26.2\%, 24.5\%, and 42.8\%, respectively. This chloroplast genome will be an important sequence resource for further researches of order Marchantiales.