Korean War Veterans Memorial, This is the US Korean War Memorial Statue

Daniel French Dr SW and Independence Ave SW, West end of Mall, The Mall, Washington, DC, 20024
Even the facial expressions are meticulous.
A very memorable scenic spot
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Introduction

In 1995, a Korean War Veterans Memorial was established in Washington D.C. to honor the American and United Nations soldiers who sacrificed during the Korean War. The memorial consists of a black granite wall and 19 bronze statues, each dressed in combat attire and marching with different strides. At night, spotlights shine on the soldiers' faces on the black wall. Walking here, one may be moved by the melancholy and quietness of the night.
Address
Daniel French Dr SW and Independence Ave SW, West end of Mall, The Mall, Washington, DC, 20024
Opening hours
Open all day, staff work from 9:30-11:30.
Transportation
Foggy Bottom subway station