Stunning and well kept cemetery. Got to know a little history about the Korean war. Worth a visit
Zweig wrote about the tendency of people to indulge in war-made quot; touching quot; and so on. Just as the war that took place on the Korean Peninsula between 1950 and 1953 - "for us, this feeling is " heroic " Sino-Soviet Socialist Brothers with iron fists waving towards imperialism; for them, under the banner of the United Nations, unrelated countries are fighting together for democracy and freedom (as in the darker war not long ago) today. Here, two emotions collide in the mind, just as people call for peace and praise war. A visit to the UN Memorial Park in Busan
In fact, this is a cemetery, where grass is the main part and more than 2,000 soldiers are buried densely. They are all the people who sacrificed for this country. Some battlefields in the Korean period feel that many people have been sacrificed, which is very heavy.
UN Park is a cemetery park for the heroes of United Nations soldiers who died in the Korean War from 1950 to 1953. Around 135,000_in the park, there are green grasslands, memorials, Turkish monuments, Greek monuments, Australian monuments, and United Nations military comfort towers and ponds arranged in an orderly manner. The Memorial Hall and memorial hall were built by UN in 1964 and 1968 respectively, while the gate of the park was built with donations from Pusan citizens.
The HanUN Memorial Park is the only cemetery in the world where 2,300 bodies were laid in the graveyard of United Nations soldiers killed in the war between 1950 and 1953. On November 7, 1955, the Korean Parliament gave away land and proposed the establishment of the United Nations Officer's Cemetery Park. The original intention was to make it an educational place for visitors to learn about the war in many ways, to explore 16 war-supporting countries and 5 medical-supporting countries that had participated in the war. But in our eyes, there are vast green grasslands, pruned trees and flowers blooming all over the park. The cemetery is more like a tourist attraction.
The United Nations Memorial Cemetery allows you to pay tribute to the United Nations soldiers killed in the Korean War. The courtyard is kept clean and airy to help alleviate the melancholy. Every graveyard is isolated, so it's easy to find. The war figures can be taken by bus No. 134 from Busan Station to the United Nations Cemetery directly.
Powerful place showing history of the Korean War. A must see when in Busan.
It takes about 15 minutes to turn right at the first intersection after exit 5 of Dayuan Station. There are sightseeing signs along the road. Although the UN Memorial Park is a cemetery, it does not have a very depressing feeling, a large area of green space and streams.