Stunning and well kept cemetery. Got to know a little history about the Korean war. Worth a visit
This is the annual chrysanthemum exhibition in this park. It’s so beautiful. The various flowers and shapes attract many people to visit and take pictures every time. Everyone is welcome to visit the annual chrysanthemum exhibition.
This quiet, well-maintained cemetery is the final resting place of 2,300 people in 11 countries, each with its own part. We went in from the east gate and went through the UN Memorial Park to the door, which was very interesting. The memorial hall displays pictures of the Korean War and related items. The memorial wall is a memorial wall engraved with the names of those who died in the war...There are nearly 41,000 names on it. We walked through the gate, where we picked up a brochure with a map of the cemetery. When we entered the east gate, we saw nothing. A short but very moving visit to the United Nations War Memorial in Busan. The war cemetery is kept in such a beautiful environment, and it is a suitable tribute to all the UN soldiers who lost their lives in this forgotten war. The soldiers of the Army of Gloucester never failed their battle glory and paid the ultimate price for our freedom. The condolences for them made me particularly moved.
grear place for solo travelers.
Powerful place showing history of the Korean War. A must see when in Busan.
This is a large space near the Kyungsung University area, built in memorial of the international soldiers who fought in the Korean War. While the war wasn't fought in Busan, this is an important place to visit if you are interested in it's history.
It's a place to commemorate the United Nations Command (UNC) casualties of the Korean War. There are cemetery for military from Australia, Canada, France, Netherlands, Turkey, England, and USA.