While the Korean War is often referred to as the “forgotten war,” this 60-minute feature documentary remembers and honors the men and women who fought, suffered, and sacrificed for a war-torn, distant land in desperate need of freedom. Amidst the backdrop of rarely-seen archive footage from the Korean War, Veterans share their stories, recollections, and thoughts about the Korean War 60 years later.
“…the only thing that we want the American people to know is that we gave 22, 23 million Koreans their freedom. That’s what it finally came down to.” - Leonard Johnson, Korean War Veteran
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