South Korea delegation visits Gloucestershire barracks
SOUTH Korean delegates visited their namesake in Gloucestershire on Tuesday.
Imjin Barracks played host to a delegation of Paju government officials from the Republic of Korea, which included the Mayor of Paju.
The government officials met with military and civilian personnel who works at the headquarters of the Allied Rapid Reaction Corps (HQ ARRC).
The barracks are named after on of the bloodiest battles,during the Korean War.
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Paju is located near the site of the Battle of Imjin River, which occurred from 22-25 April 1951.
The South Korean delegation then visited the Gloucester Mayor's Office, the Soldiers of Gloucestershire museum and Gloucester Cathedral.
HQ ARRC spokesman, Major Chris Hyde, said: "We were extremely excited for this tremendous opportunity to share some time with Mayor In Jae Lee and his delegation.
"We are deeply moved that Lee and his colleagues took time out of their busy schedules to visit with us and honour our common bonds and celebrated history."