People tend to check in during these times:
Memorial to the veterans of the Korean War
Really nice reflective place to walk around and take in the atmosphere and remember those who gave their lives
Really enjoyed this monument
After dark, this one comes alive.
Beautiful trees to sit in the shade of as you stare at the pool.
One of the better memorials right near the mall and everything else
Powerful and effective
Great serene place. Very moving. At times creepy. Don't miss this!
Very impressive sculptures. R.I.P.
My favorite of all the war memorials. Captures the essence of what the men who served experienced.
It's a great reminder of those who fought in Korea and what they went through.
this is a memorial for those that fought in the "forgotten"war
one of the most powerful memorial I've seen.. breathtaking impression
The triangular structure of this memorial is amazing. All 19 stainless steel soldiers are dressed in full combat gear.
The soldiers look pretty real
Best time to view this monument is at dusk. Very powerful. 🇺🇸
eternity pool lots of shaded area
Liked the engraved wall
A Memorial with an breathtaking impression
Thank you for your sacrifice. Thanks to you, I am living in a free country and enjoying democracy
The statues look especially ghostlike at night. Almost like those who made the ultimate sacrifice are right there beside you.
Definitely worth seeing.
Picture yourself in the rice patties.
My Dad carried a BAR!¡!
The South Korea president was here the day before I visited.
One of the most powerful, haunting, awesome memorial I have ever seen
Incredibly touching memorial and very thought provoking.
Beautiful and peaceful.
My favorite DC memorial
Another historic memorial on the runners' path
Come visit this memorial at night! It's beautiful :)
My father was in the korean war. This is awesome
As said by many others, come at night if at all possible. A true testament to Freedom is Never Free. God speed warrior's.
Go at night w/high expectations… VERY moving.
Dedicated in 1995, this memorial honors the U.S. military members who served in the Korean War (1950-53). More than 54,000 Americans were killed, while more than 100,000 others were wounded.
Bring your children...teach them about sacrifice.
Awesome during night time
Look around you, there are always living veterans from every conflict gathered at this memorial.
Freedom is not free!
This is a beautiful monument! One of the least talked about but it's worth a visit
Leave a legacy, teach your children...
Gorgeous! Check it out....
"Freedom is not free." Lookout for this on the wall.
If you can, take the free tour given by the park rangers!
Come at night, walk to the wall first, then focus on the statues.
No matter where you are there is one soldier statue looking directly at you
164 feet long and 100 tons of polished granite with more than 2500 photographic images of troops that supported the soldiers fighting the war sandblasted onto the wall.