On the 15th, in commemoration of the anniversary of the Inchon Landing, the Korean military re-enacted the battle. The re-enactment off the shore of Inchon featured an array of South Korean land, sea, and air equipment. The re-enactment gave me an idea how fierce the battle was.
The Inchon Landing, led by General Douglas MacArthur, cut off North Korean forces from their supply lines, which had extended deep into the southern part of the Korean peninsula. Soon after, allied forces liberated Seoul and pushed the North Korean forces back, and marked a turning point in the Korea war. The war vets of Korea, US, and UN all expressed gratitude for the re-enactment ceremony.
I believe that the Korean war was the stepping stone and the beginning of the good relationship between Korea and our country. I hope this relationship continues.