We went at dusk. It was drizzling. The statues seemed to spring out of the mist and were very realistic and powerful. In a town with so many statues and memorials, it must be difficult to create something unique and different but the Korean Memorial does that. Try to visit at a time when there will be few visitors such as early morning, dusk or when it is raining as it is easy to then imagine crossing the field with "the soldiers". There is a lovely peaceful sitting area where you can reflect on the price the U.S. and other countries paid for South Korea's freedom.
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