You Will Be Remembered Forever
UN Memorial CemeteryWhen the Korean War happened on June 25, 1950, the International Society decided to send the United Nations Command to save Korea in crisis. A total of 1.95 million soldiers from 22 countries include United States, United Kingdom, and Turkey have supported the war, and has causes 40,896 of them were killed. Currently, it is said that 2,300 UN soldiers from 11 countries who gave their noble lives are sleeping in the UN Memorial Park in Busan. In the representative area, the flags of 22 countries involved in the Korean War and the flag of the United Nations are lifted for 365 days.
Pay a Silent Tribute toward Busan for a Minute on November 11th at 11:00“I have been thinking about Korea every day for over 60 years. What to remember war is always a big pain for me. But it is better than being forgotten as it is.”
AddressUN Memorial Cemetery: 93, UN pyeonghwa-ro, Nam-gu, Busan
InquiryUN Memorial Cemetery +82-51-625-0625
Closing DatesUN Memorial Cemetery: Open all year round
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