We took the subway and walk about 10-15 min to the UN cemetery. You can watch the short video and join the UN flag ceremony at 10am. This is by far the best official cemetery I have ever visited before.
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Beautiful place, but the grave stones aches our heart. The wall of remembrance engraves the names of those participated in the wall.
This immaculate United Nations memorial cemetery allows you to pay your respects for the fallen UN soldiers of the Korean War. The grounds are kept well cleaned and there is plenty of open air to help alleviate the somber feeling. Each county is segregated so...More
A very solemn, beautiful place, very clean also. The garden with all the beautiful flowers is awesome. It makes you want to say a prayer for all those soldiers who died for their country. My husband and I had the same feeling when we visited...More
I was very impressed with the UN Memorial Cemetery. It is quite large, and can easily take up an hour or more to view all the sites at the memorial. Side note: There were a few teachers/guardians that was touring with about 15+ kids around...More
The UN memorial cemetery is quite simply the best maintained and beautiful military cemetery in Korea, and is only second to the Punchbowl in the Pacific theater. We visited over Memorial Day weekend, and I'm very glad to have paid my respects to our fallen...More
Excellent place for history buffs. A moving memorial to those who lost their lives during the Korean War. Roses and flowering bushes along with the headstones leave a lasting tribute and impression.