Next we headed to the Seoul National Cemetary (It's like the arlington of Korea, I can't remember what it's called in Korean 국민something원). Anywho, it was HUGE (look it up on the internet) there are 163800 people buried there and its just goes on and on and on and on and on and on. We spent most of our afternoon there, going around and seeing all the various things. There was even a buddhist temple there we went and checked out! These two pics are of the flower clock/memorial gate/memorial tower where they have all the walls just covered in names of people who have died, and then a nice view of the massive spread of graves.
Elder Erik Heathcote