Paik Sun-yup, the country’s first four-star general recognized as a 1950-53 Korean War hero, was buried at the Daejeon National Cemetery Wednesday amid controversy over his lingering label as a collaborator with Japanese colonizers.
The ruling Democratic Party (DP) and the Blue House continue demonstrating totally different attitudes about the deaths of the late Korean War hero Gen. Paik Sun-yup and Seoul Mayor Park Won-soon. The DP and Blue House did not...
President Moon Jae-in stressed his government's unswerving push for a peaceful Korea on Saturday, speaking in public hours after Pyongyang's threat of closing an inter-Korean liaison office.
At the National Cemetery in Daejeon on Thursday, Navy soldiers pay their respects to the 46 fallen sailors of the Cheonan, which is believed to have been torpedoed by a North Korean submersible in 2010, as Memorial Day approaches on Saturday.
Family members of people who were killed during the democratization movement in Gwangju in May 1980 pay homage by offering white chrysanthemums at a memorial altar set up at the May 18th National Cemetery on Sunday.