To all 63 countries,
We convey our hearts of gratitude
We will never forget that today’s Korea is based on the sacrifice of soldiers.
The Korean War began on June 25, 1950 when the North Korean troops launched an invasion of South Korea. The war lasted for three years, one month and two days until a ceasefire was secured on July 27, 1953. During the war, the two sides each crossed the 38th parallel at least three times and went up and down between the Nakdong River to the south and the Amnok River to the north, fighting in 80 percent of the country's land. Countries such as the Soviet Union and the People's Republic of China participated in the war as Communist forces, and 16 U.N. countries led by the U.S.A. participated in the war as anti-Communist forces, with five countries providing medical aid, and 42 countries providing material support.
In remembrance of the meaning of the soldiers’ sacrifice.Online Memorial
To all our heroes,
veterans and volunteers
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