By Ashoke Raj
New Delhi [India], Oct 16 (ANI): India and South Korea have agreed to build a Korean War memorial in New Delhi.
The central government has even designated a place to build the structure in the national capital and only some administrative clearance is required, South Korean ambassador Shin Bongkil said.
"Basically, both sides (India and South Korea) have agreed to build a Korean War memorial in New Delhi. The government has already designated a place for it," the envoy said.
Shin further said that the memorial would be established by the end of next year.
"We need a design. Both India and South Korea has a war veteran association. Korean Government love to invest in war memorials," he said. (ANI)