What You Do Not Know About the Korean War

In 2018, Kim Jong Un abruptly stepped out onto the world stage. In 1950, the Korean War broke out and altered Taiwan’s fate; at the same time, Taiwan changed the course of the war. When the war ended in 1953, 14,000 mainland Chinese soldiers who defied the Communist Party of China moved to Taiwan, and 7,000 prisoners of war returned to the mainland. Seventy years later, the Korean War has become a “forgotten war,” but tensions on the Korean Peninsula remain in a heightened state.
About the Documentary
History’s Mysteries: From the People’s Volunteer Army Soldiers to Prisoners of War, Episode 1—Survivors

In 1950, the People’s Volunteer Army crossed the Yalu River and fought the Korean War. Behind these young soldiers was a cruel, true story.