Commemorating 71 years of the Korean War, Korean Cultural Centre India (KCCI) remembers Indian contribution through a photographic exhibition.
During the Korean War of 1950, India supported the UN Security Council Resolutions and deployed a medical troop “60 Para Field Ambulance” that provided medical support to those injured in the war. The troop was the largest of it’s kind during the Korean War, totalling 627 personnel.
Through this exhibition, Korean Cultural Centre India expresses their gratitude and pays homage to the 60 Para Field Ambulance and showcases the joint efforts of the Indian and Korean troops with the help of 32 archived photographs.
Explore this online remembrance on the KCCI virtual exhibition website.