As you come through the main gates, accept the salute given to you by the UN guards and then proceed directly ahead into the chapel. Here you can watch a film (it alternated between Korean & English versions) which will give you a good overview of the Korean war and the reason and purpose of the cemetery. Then proceed to the Memorial Hall for an extensive photographic display. Then go to into the cemetery - such a lovingly kept area to remember the multinational list of those who died. Then walk the grounds - note the flags of the many nations involved and consider the names and young ages on many of the tombstones. There is a flame still burning until all war has ended.
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