UNMCK

Designated by UN, the UNMCK is the only holy ground of it’s a kind in the world.

 

This is a holy site where the brave fallen of the 11 nations are interred. Approximately 11,000 were interred at the UNMCK between 1951~1954. There are currently 2,309 at the UNMCK, including Korean soldiers who fell as members of the UN troops. Most were repatriated home; Belgium, Colombia, Ethiopia, Greece, Luxemburg, Philippines and Thailand have taken back all of their expatriates.

 

Nation
No. of Dispatched to the Korean War
No. of Fallen in the Korean War
No. of Interred at the UNMCK
Australia

8,407

346281(281)
Belgium

3,590

106
.
Canada

27,000

516
380(378)
Colombia

5,100

213
.
Denmark

630

.
.
Ethiopia

3,518

122
.
France

3,760

270
46(44)
Germany

117

.

.

Greece

4,440

186
.
India

346

.
.
Italy

185

.
.
Luxembourg

89

2
.
Netherlands

5,320

124
120(117)
New Zealand

5,350

41
32(32)
Norway

623

3
1(1)
Philippines

7,500

120
.
South Africa

900

37
11(11)
Sweden

1,164

.
.
Thailand

6,326

136
.
Turkey

14,936

1,005
462(462)
U.K.

56,000

1,177
886(884)
U.S.A

1,600,000

36,492
39(0)
Total No of UN Troops

1,755,301

40,896
-
Korea
-
-
36(36)
Unknown
-
-
4(4)
Others
-
-
11(0)
Total No of at UNMCK
-
-
2,309(2,250)


* The number on the left indicates the total number of interred by nation; the number in parentheses indicates the number of interred from the Korean War.

 

New Address/Same Location : 93, UN Pyeonghwa-ro, Nam-gu, Busan, 48529, Republic of Korea (New address system has been used in Korea since 2014.)

Old Address : 779, Daeyon 4-dong, Nam-gu, Busan, 608-812, Republic of Korea Phone 82-51-625-0625 Fax 82-51-624-2165