Nakdonggang Victory Memorial Hall is a winding river that is filled with great strength to protect the people, representing the wisdom and deep meaning for the country's reunification.
The Luodongjiang victory memorial hall commemorates the battle of Luodongjiang in the Korean War, which also marked the turning point of the Korean War and laid the foundation for negotiations. The old man's picture means, "What did you do for your country?" Every name on the wall was once a living life. War, never so called justice and injustice, only blood and cruelty. Every soldier who has thrown his head and blood in the interests of the nation and the nation deserves respect and remembrance.
This memorial is very large and contains a lot of historical materials. You can understand the situation at that time and can be used as an actual object of investigation. You can learn about it here.
The huge area of the Luodongjiang victory memorial is shocking, and there are many Korean war memorials with historical materials and pictures.
On the way up Qianshan Park, the Luodong River, which was the day when the South Korean and United Nations troops fought the Korean War against the United States and helped the Koreans, is free to visit. It is accessible by the Osaka Circulation Bus.