Unknown Soldier's Pathway
in UN Memorial Cemetery in Korea
|April 25, 2021 at 4:13 PM at the UN Memorial Cemetery in Korea|
The unknown soldier's pathway was built to honor unknown soldiers who fought in the Korean War at the United Nations Memorial Park in Daeyeon 4-dong, Nam-gu, Busan, to honor soldiers who died in the Korean War who were found but were not identified.
The path of the Unknown soldier is located on the way down south from the United Nations Memorial Tower in the green area of the United Nations Memorial Park at 779, Daeyeon 4-dong, Nam-gu, Busan.
There is a road to the south from the UN Forces Memorial Tower, and two 11-stage cascading waterways are spread out on the left and right sides of the road. Eleven fountains sprinkle water above the waterway, and 11 pine trees are lined up along the waterway.
This means 11 countries with remains buried in the UN Memorial Park. There are 22 fountains at the top of the waterway, 11 on the left and right, meaning 22 countries that participated in the Korean War.
|A picture of the "Unknown Soldier's Pathway" taken last winter. |
|Remembering and honoring the unknown soldiers who fought |
in the Korean War,,,,,,