Today is July 27, the date the Korean War ended exactly 67 years ago.
That means it's Korean Veterans' Day.
The country is encouraged to remember more than 17,000 Australians who fought against the spread of communism and in defence of South Korea.
Goulburn RSL Sub Branch president Gordon Wade said even though he was too young to join that war, it is still a very important day.
"It's a day where we commemorate our Korean veterans in the same way we do Vietnam veterans and World War veterans," Mr Wade said.
"It's also a way for the general public to acknowledge the service of the veterans in that Korean camp.
There are no more Korean veterans in Goulburn with Brian Chamberlain, who passed away a couple of years ago, being the last one.
Although large gatherings aren't allowed during COVID-19, Mr Wade will still commemorate the veterans.
"I will raise the flag at Belmore Park and put a wreath down for those who have lost their lives," he said.
The Minister for Veterans' Affairs Darren Chester also felt the day was important and explained what went on during the war.
"We remember all who served and all who lost their lives and it is my hope that these men and women, and their families, know that they are not forgotten," Mr Chester said.
"Despite still recovering from losses suffered during WWII, Australia was the second of 21 nations to commit troops, ships, aircraft and medical units in defence of South Korea.
"For more than three years, Australians fought with distinction in an unrelenting war of attrition, where we suffered some 1,500 casualties during the war and post-Armistice period, which tragically included the deaths of more than 350 Australians.
"More than 150 Australian nursing sisters served both in Korea and Japan, where they were tasked with treating the wounded and sick, including sicknesses brought on by harsh climatic conditions, remote mountain fighting and trench warfare."
For more information on the war, go to https://anzacportal.dva.gov.au/wars-and-missions/korean-war-1950-1953/korean-war
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