A Child’s View of the Most Pointless War

Chong Sun Kim was 13-years old when she had to leave her home with only a bag full of belongings, in the wake of the battle that would tear apart the Korean Peninsula. In November of 2017, 14-year old Nathan...

Alfred Groos and Laura Kirby

Alfred Groos (88) recounts military service with daughter, Laura King (56). He shares about his roles in China and North Korea, his overall feeling towards basic training, conflict, and how his path has been an influence to his approach to...

‘Til We Could No Longer Stand the Tear Gas

Mrs. Taylor talks about the how the North Koreans assasinated the First Lady of South Korea in 1974. She lived in South Korea in the early 70s.

Korean War and Potatoes

How my mom left North Korea and survived by scavenging for food.

My Grandfather’s Journey

This is the story of my grandfather’s journey from North Korea to South Korea to the United States.

George Beatty and Charis Hooper

Charis Hooper (44) shares a conversation with her friend, and her grandfather’s friend, George Beatty (82). George talks about Charis’s grandfather’s early life, his importance to the community, and his time in the Korean War.

Samuel and Michael talk about the USS Pueblo incident

Michael Buchieri was apart of the US Air Force and was stationed out in South Korea after the USS Pueblo incident. He talks about his experiences in South Korea and how it formed his family.

The Korean War Through the Eyes of a Soldier

Formal First class Sergeant of the 5th Regimental Combat Team of the U.S Infantry Bill Parker (85) describes his 13 month deployment in Korea during the Korean War (1950- 1953). When Sergeant Parker was interview by his grandson, Andrew Goetz...