Greater Alliance towards peace, WE GO TOGETHER 같이 갑시다.

Contributor: Yongsan Legacy Team

“This alliance between our nations was forged in the crucible of war and strengthened by the trials of history.”  President of the United States Donald…

Topic: History, Yongsan Legacy
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Yongsan Garrison 龍山基地 February 23, 1904 ~ November 2, 2018

Contributor: Nam Sang-so for Yongsan legacy

U.S. Army Yongsan Garrison are nearly completing their relocation to a new home in Pyeongtaek, leaving behind fine memories of the 73 years of Yongsan legacy.  K-6 or Camp Humphreys, is a fine region for your cantonment, with an abundant underground water source.  

Topic: History, Mapping, Yongsan Legacy
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Yesterday’s enemy, tomorrow’s friend

Contributor: Nam SangSo

“If we knew each other. If we understood each other as a friend. This foolish war would never have happened. I sincerely hope that a day would come where everyone could overcome their differences through talking and not fighting. Finally, we are friends now,” the former Imperial Japanese Navy pilot who had dropped the first and only bomb onto the American soil, wrote in his diary.

Topic: Education, History, People, Yongsan Legacy
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Mount Baekdu and Korean spirits 白頭山과 民族의 精氣

Contributor: Nam Sang-so

Time flew fast, and in September 2018, President Moon Jae-in and Chairman Kim Jong-un of North Korea and their entourages went up to Mount Baekdu (spelled Paekdu in North Korea). And the First Lady of South Korea brought a plastic bottle of water scooped at Mount Halla, the southernmost island of Korea, and poured into the crater lake called “Heaven Lake,” on the peak of the mountain. Then President Moon scooped the Heaven Lake’s water into the same bottle and brought back to Seoul.

Topic: History, Yongsan Legacy
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The last Prince of Korea had no descendant and…

Contributor: Nam Sang-so

Introduction: In the Building 1510 in the Main Post, Yongsan Garrison, (and later in another office in Hannam-dong) the late architect Kyu Lee had his…

Topic: History, People
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