walking through rows of tombstone lining the gentle slope of the memorial, my heart sank when I see many of the soldiers were only nineteen year old when they die. Life is so unfair as it seem to die so young as they were sent to the front line to act as a shield. To visit the UN memorial ground u can take subway line 2 to Daeyeon station, there is signboard showing the direction of the UN cemetery, walk straight for about 1 km u first cross the road at a giant roundabout to come to the Busan museum, UN cemetery is just behind the museum. Since we are here at the museum might as well go in for a visit, no entrance fee. The museum is squeaky clean, many place for u to sit down and rest, if u really want to go through all the historic items it may take half a day. Out of the museum u will walk into a garden go up a little hill u see buildings and halls for cultural performance just walk on then cross on top of a tunnel and down some flights of stair u are at the entrance to UN cemetery. The front guard at left and right will salute you as you enter. they are not soldiers don't look like one. Once inside u are reminded to keep silence as this is a solemn place, just go walk on the grass visit all the soldiers and read their name and age. War is terrible thing, many perish, hope the peace we are having now will prevail, I really hate to see another nineteen year old die in the field. Out of the cemetery there is nothing much else around, just walk back to the subway station along the way u have eating place and coffee shop, take a rest have a coffee and then carry on.
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