Viewfinder: Commemorating Fallen Soldiers During South Korea's 63rd Memorial Day

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A South Korean woman touches the engraved name of her older brother who died during the Korean War at Seoul National Cemetery on June 6th, 2018, in Seoul, South Korea. South Korean President Moon Jae-in said on Wednesday that his country will push for recovery of remains of the fallen soldiers who died during the 1950-53 Korean War. South Korea marked its 63rd Memorial Day anniversary amid emerging improved relations with the Democratic People's Republic of Korea as the first-ever U.S.-DPRK summit has been scheduled for June 12th in Singapore.

A South Korean woman touches the engraved name of her older brother who died during the Korean War at Seoul National Cemetery on June 6th, 2018, in Seoul, South Korea. South Korean President Moon Jae-in said on Wednesday that his country will push for recovery of remains of the fallen soldiers who died during the 1950-53 Korean War. South Korea marked its 63rd Memorial Day anniversary amid emerging improved relations with the Democratic People's Republic of Korea as the first-ever U.S.-DPRK summit has been scheduled for June 12th in Singapore.

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