French Drive, SW in Washington DC. Open 8 AM to Midnight, on all days except
The Korean War memoral is actualy new, and it's privately funded. Next to the
Lincoln Memorial at the National Mall, it is an outdoor monument with a triangular
"Field of Service" which is a field with an American flag and 19 statues
of servicemen coming out of a grove of trees.
Along with the field there's a big granite wall that is 164 feet long with
etchings of the various people who served in Korea.
There's also a "Pool of Remembrance" which has a curb that lists
nations that participated in the efforts of the United Nations, and this area
is devoted to POWs, KIAs, and MIAs.