K1 nike missle of open air weapon exhibition, Yeongcheon National Cemetery

Yeongcheon National Cemetery is one of the national cemetery of Korea, which holds tombs and bodys who fought for our homelands. homepage : http://www.ycnc.go.kr/ (only Korean) This Cemetery was built in 2001.

Open hour is 06:00-18:00 (07:00-18:00 in winter time)

Open air weapon is built in 2005, contains various weapons used in Korean War(1950-1953). You can see M-107 self-propelled gun, M-47 tank, M548 armoured car, K1 Nike missile, F-86 fighter, T-37 trainer, etc.

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