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6 Hours 15 Minutes of Battle of Jukmiryeong

The Tragedy of Korea, the Korean Conflict

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After the Operation Chromite

After the Operation Chromite

Armistice Agreement (July 27, 1953)

Armistice Agreement (July 27, 1953)

  1. The Invasion of North Korean Army and the Delaying Operations (Jun 25, 1950 – Jul 31, 1950)

    On June 25, 1950, the North Korean Army started the attack along the 38th Parallel from the Ungjin Peninsula to the west to Gaeseong, Jeongok, Pocheon, Chuncheon, and Yangyang to the east. After losing the defense line at the Han River, the South Korean Army and the UN Forces employed the delaying operations in Pyeongtaek and Daejeon.

  2. Defense at Nakdong River (Aug 1, 1950-Sep 14, 1950)

    The South Korean Army and the UN Forces managed to defend the Nakdong River after a fierce battle.

  3. Operation Chromite (Sep 15, 1950-Sep 30, 1950)

    The UN Forces counterattacked through the Operation Chromite and the Korean War faced a different turn.

  4. The Advance to the North through the 38 Parallel (Oct 1, 1950-Oct 24, 1950)

    Following the success of the Operation Chromite and the regain of Seoul, the South Korean Army and the UN Forces started marching north to conquer Pyeongyang and Wonsan and advance to the Amnok River.

  5. The Chinese Communist Forces Intervention and the Retreat of 1ㆍ4 (Oct 25, 1950-Jan 24, 1951)

    Due to the intervention of the Chinese Army, the South Korean Army and the UN Forces withdrew to the south of the Han River on January 4, 1951 after three battles.

  6. Reattack of the South Korean Army and the UN Forces (Jan 24, 1951-Jul 27, 1953)

    Seoul was won back on March 15, but the battles continued near the 38 Parallel. The UN suggested the armistice.