Who Divided ???

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Trung Đức on November 13, 2008

Chào bác,

Bác mới đi thăm xứ Kim Chi về à? Bác có đào được ít sâm nào không?

Bức này bác chụp hay thật, công nhận cái tượng đài này rất nhiều ý nghĩa. Nhân tiên cho em khất cái vụ nhậu nhé. Từ giờ đến hết tháng 12 em không còn hở một chút nào. Sau đó thì OK bác tạm thông cảm cho em đến hết năm nhé, là em tính lịch dương đó.

Che Trung Hieu on November 13, 2008

"Sâm Hàn" dạo này cũng khó đào lắm Trung Đức a`... Bữa nào anh em mình gặp nhau cũng được mà, cuối năm là busy lắm đấy, anh biết !

picsonthemove on March 17, 2009

Interesting memorial

Ciao

picsonthemove

Al Mahat (AZRA) on June 16, 2009

Interesting capture.

Regards from Malaysia ...AZRA©

jxjl99a on April 30, 2010

Actually Stalin and Roosevelt thought Korea should be occupied, taking over from Japanese occupation forces, by allied forces with the Soviets occupying the northern part of the country and the US occupying the southern part of the country with the dividing line being roughly the 38th parallel. So the Russians and US moved in and allowed the Koreans in each part to try to form a government. The Koreans in the north wanted a communist government and the Koreans in the south wanted a democratic government. They couldn't get together on it and eventually each one formed its own governments, communist in the north and democratic in the south, hence north and south Korea. The Soviets left after the North Korean communists formed a government and the US left after the South Koreans formed a democratic government. Then North Korea invaded South Korea and the US went rushing back in under UN mandate with the North Koreans being helped by their communist neighbors north and east of them. So thats how it became two separate countries.

Che Trung Hieu on April 30, 2010

Thank you for you explanation,when vistit here I see the sadness in the everybody's face that South Korea still occupied by Foreign Army...

Che Trung Hieu on June 12, 2010

No, North Korea said: they are going to defeat South Korea....

massu on May 25, 2012

South Korea still occupied by a foreign army?? Sadness on everybody's faces?? You talk ddong all the time.

Valentine Verchenko on September 4, 2012

Like - interesting monument.

Many greetings. Valentine.

Che Trung Hieu on September 4, 2012

Thank so much Valentine Verchenko, massu, for your visit and nice comment !

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Photo taken in Eupnae-ri, Gunnae-myeon, Paju-si, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea

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