seoul national cemetery

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  1. elsa says:

    galing sana ganito rin sa pinas noh…
    very organized…
    kahit na may libingan tayo ng bayani walang naman tayong mga libingan para dun sa low rankings who also helped depend our country….
    tsaka sa tatlong bansa na sumakop sa atin at sa daming giyera na nangyari sa bansa natin hindi ko na rin sila masisi ko bakit napabayaan na lang yung iba…
    hay…
    dito naman kasi sa korea ang sabi ng husband ko japan ang lang ang sumakop sa kanila….
    at up to now marami pang ring koreans ang galit sa kanila…
    pati ba naman sa soccer game gusto nila natatalo ang japan…
    he..he.. ibang klase…

  2. Jiwon says:

    You should ask your husband to show you the memorial to the brave Filipino soldiers who died fighting to protect South Korea.

  3. Betchay says:

    ^ been there πŸ™‚ but i think we shouldn’t take all the credit… after all, there are still more korean soldiers who died during the korean war…

  4. GW HUNT says:

    God Bless all those who died so that South Korea may live. God bless Park Chung Hee and Yuk Young Soo.

    -A DMZ Vet Who Was There – and Remembers

  1. July 20, 2014

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