Description: National War Museum is situated across the street from Korea's Department of Defense, and next to the U.S. Army's Yongsan Garrison - a fitting place for Korea's War Museum. Its impressive granite facade and surrounding park with vintage airplanes and tanks catch the eyes of people passing by along the main road. The museumís six display rooms show an almost 5,000-year history of foreign invasions. The park surrounding the museum is filled with aircraft, tanks, and other fighting machines from the Korean War to the present. One of the most impressive fixtures is the vintage B-52. Just inside the entrance sit an M-47 "Patton" tank from the U.S. Army and a K-1 "88" tank from the Korean Army, silently guarding the museum. One of the most moving scenes is the statue of two brothers (one from the North, one from the South) meeting on the battlefield, a poignant reminder of the more than 10 million Korean families still separated by the Korean War.