For the Korean War, the museum is mainly about the Korean War, but also about the ancient part. If you want to have a good look at the Korean War, you can see it in at least four or five hours. It's well designed, diversified and not dull. My greatest feeling is that they are very grateful to the United Nations soldiers, there are wreaths for different countries at the door, and there is a pavilion dedicated to introducing what each country of the United Nations Army does. There are Chinese expert Shen Zhihua in the video. There are also four-dimensional three-dimensional movies, and when they go there, they are still showing the film "Ghost Town" (the most popular movie in South Korea last year, about comfort women). As soon as they enter, they have books on the daily schedule of the Korean War, both in English and Korean. There are also veterans as volunteers and tourists, which shows that they attach great importance to the war and are grateful to those who have helped them. The photo is a souvenir (free), with the bump stamp of the United Nations on it, and the following can be any country participating in the war. There are also children's anti-war paintings in the corridor, which show that they attach importance to the next generation of anti-war education. Every battle has been introduced, including the repatriation of remains. In previous years, the repatriation of remains to China has also been introduced in the news. The war is now only remembered by the Koreans.
Pure personal hobbies, the second time to go to Seoul, it is very good to find the subway triangle underground map can be reached in about 5 minutes. It's free to go to the exhibition. I mainly looked at the Korean War pavilion. I changed my point of view to see the war we are familiar with. I feel very different. I feel sorry for Korea for a minute. It feels like a small country. It really doesn't matter if unification or not unifies itself. The tanks and planes at the door were very excited at first. After watching the exhibition, they felt that these weapons and equipment were only supporting roles.
I don't need to say how to go. Many comments have also been made. Outside there are many battle equipment tanks, armored vehicles, bombers, transport planes, anti-aircraft guns and so on. The interior is also rich. The history of development from the beginning of BC to the present is all displayed. In a word, it is a good opportunity to learn Korean history. In addition, we can feel the Korean War from different standpoints. It is worth recommending to visit the scenic spots.
Located opposite the building of the Korean Ministry of Defense, the War Memorial is the site of the army headquarters of the Republic of Korea. It is said to be the largest war-themed Memorial in the world. The square in front of the memorial hall carries the national flags of many countries. For historical reasons, of course, there is no bright five-star red flag here. Despite different ideologies and different interpretations of the war 60 years ago, the sculptures in front of the square are quite touching. The first thing you see is the famous statue of brothers, two brothers standing on a split hemisphere in the middle, symbolizing the North-South split of the Korean Peninsula. The text introduction before the statue says that the sculpture takes the true story of the Korean War as the theme, depicting a pair of brothers (brother is a South Korean officer, brother is a Korean People's Army soldier) as the combat opponent, meeting unexpectedly in the war and embracing each other closely. Walking into the hemispheric chamber under the statue, you can see sculptures reflecting war pictures. The giant bullet sculpture on the front of the Plaza of the War Memorial, named "a cracked bullet", is surrounded by sculptures of officers, soldiers and people moving forward bravely. Standing in the distance and looking at the cracked bullet sculpture, it looks so striking against the city's tall buildings. What a horrible story war is and what a wonderful wish peace is. Beside the tree-covered road, there is also a dusty clock of peaceful reunification, which had hoped to function as soon as possible. Now the clock has been solidified in its original position. The national reunification of the Korean Peninsula, like this clock, is still in a state of suspension in the gray layer. On the other side of the square stands a huge stone tablet. According to the text, it is a widely opened tomb tablet of the earth king. The original is in Chi'an City, China. This is an imitation in front of us. Next to the multi-national text briefly introduced the territory of Koguryo in its heyday. According to the records, this broad-open earth king was the nineteenth-generation monarch of Koguryo. During his reign, Koguryo's separatist sphere of influence reached its peak. In the north, including parts of northeast China east of Liaohe River, the area of the Korean Peninsula reached half of the peninsula area, that is, the traditional four prefectures of Han Dynasty. As a result, the king's achievements are recorded on the mausoleum erected for him by his son, the Longevity King, which is said to be one of the largest inscribed tablets in the world. By the time of Korean tourism, we often heard tour guides proudly mention the Koguryo era, which was extinct more than 1300 years ago, while the regime lasted for more than 700 years. There has been a dispute about the historical ownership between Chinese and Korean academic circles. At present, Chinese, Korean and Korean officials have basically reached a consensus on this, that is, to put aside historical disputes and remain silent. It also reproduces the so-called "shelving diplomacy" success story. It seems that human beings can solve disputes with more intelligence than war.
Metro Line 6, Triangle Station, Exit 12, go straight for 2 minutes and turn left. Turn right is the Korean Ministry of Defense. The so-called Korean War Museum is to refute the right and wrong of the Korean War. However, the real units they made, the various explanatory languages, Korean, Chinese, Japanese, English, and domestic museums do not know when they will be so comprehensive, forget history, learn from history, peace!! Or peace!!
The War Memorial near Longshan in Seoul is worth visiting. The dummy made the same thing as the real one.
This is a prominent sign outside the memorial, which shows the time of the Korean War. The physical exhibition area is on the side of the memorial hall. There are many kinds of aircraft, tanks, artillery and warships on display. It was amazing to see the B52 bomber for the first time.