This large cemetery is the resting place of the assassinated president Park Chung-hee, as well as 110,000 other Koreans. ... More
Korean National Cemetery
This large cemetery is the resting place of the assassinated president Park Chung-hee, as well as 110,000 other Koreans. Originally only for soldiers who died in wars, since 1965 civilians who contributed to society have also been buried here. On the weekends especially, many people come and quietly stroll along the paths among the trees, grass and flowers and pay respect to the deceased. There is a small museum, including a short explanatory film, inside the cemetery grounds.
Rows and rows of short white granite rise from the ground as a stark reminder of those who gave their
lives in battle. This national cemetery is the second largest in the USA and was established in 1863. Over ...
Come and experience authentic Korean traditions firsthand. On either side of this street are many antique shops, Korean paper goods
shops, picture framing stores, Korean tea houses, Korean restaurants and much more. Enjoy the various events such as traditional ...
As you enter the building, you will notice many items found only in Korea. Indeed, the Korean spirit can be
felt as you begin to walk around the store. Many traditional products like Korean dolls in display cases, wooden ...