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It's a very neat, clean, and beautifully arranged cemetery remembering troops from the various nations who contributed soldiers to fight against North Korean aggression. The cemetery is also highly personalized in that the tombs of soldiers have not only their names, ranks, military service branches,...More
We started with an excellent video, and the museum was top notch. Viewing the information from various soldiers and dignataries was excellent. The only reason I gave this place a 4 star rating ans not a 5 star rating was the fact that i wanted...More
The UN Cemetery Busan is a beatiful yet solemn reminder of the sacrifice made by the international forces fighting to save Korea from invasion during the Korean war. The grounds are beautiful yet small enough to be easily navigable. The memorial with the names of...More
Went there out of curiosity on an occasionally day off from work. A nice and peaceful place honoring the casualties and participants in the Korean war. A place to seek silence and to have some afterthoughts of the cruelty of war.
Cemetery to UN forces that fought in the Korean war. In a pleasant garden setting. I cycled there from the port, though I would not recommend doing this to anyone. Distance is about 10 km. The problem is that the cycling infrastructure is qualitatively of...More
This cemetery beautifully maintained honoring our deceased heroes of the UN forces. Start your tour with the 15-minute documentary on the Korean War at Memorial Service Hall with splendid stained glass and soft interior lighting.
I was so fortunate to be able to after many,many years to visit the UN cemetery.
I served in REME attached to the 5th Royal Dragon Guards...1952.
As a result of an accident a royal signals national service man was killed.
The cemetery is so...More