This is a memorial park built by Koreans. At the entrance of the park, there is a very obvious national symbol of South Korea. The park is relatively wide, but at the same time relatively empty, without much to see.
This is a memorial park built by local Koreans. The scale of the park is quite small, but I think it is meaningful, so I came here to take a look. There are indeed very few people here.
This is mainly a memorial park for Koreans. The area is small, there are a few monuments, in addition to some common park facilities. It's usually a walk or something. Normal.
A small park built by the sea, in addition to commemorating the Korean soldiers who died in World War II, is also a wake-up call to the entire war. I think it is more meaningful than its scenery.
The park is large and built by the Americans. There is a square with four national flags, namely the flags of the United States, the Philippines, Saipan, and Tinian Island. It introduces the tragic Pacific War and the memory of the sacrificed American soldiers. There is a museum showing a documentary about the Pacific War, it is recommended to watch! Very heavy but very objective. After watching the movie, I can see the daily necessities, weapons, and plant food of the locals in Saipan when Japan and the United States were fighting in Saipan. It was still quite vivid. But from time to time there are the sound effects of plane bombing, which is slightly creepy. The best part is that there are a lot of yachts parked on a river. There is a small pier near the sea with a deck. It is super suitable for pretending to take pictures. Don't miss it. Go all the way to the mouth of the sea and you will see the dock of the big ship, and Gunkanjima is within easy reach.
Preston_Dominguez: Suicide Cliff, Makpi Pkwy, Capitol Hill, Saipan 96950
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