Back in 1953

An armistice is an agreement made by opposing forcing during a war. Basically, an armistice is a truce. Why is that important?

We should know our history, we should embrace it, we should learn from it, and then, we should move forward. A wise person once said, “If we don’t remember our history, we’re doomed to repeat it.” I don’t know who that person was, but I conquer.

On July 27, back in 1953, and armistice was signed in Panmunjom, which is now located in Kaesong-a province in North Korea. The armistice put an end to the fighting in Korea, and the war ended and began in the same place, the 38th parallel.

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