Wednesday, September 2, 2020

[HWPL] Nations of Korean War and HWPL. Serial Posting 10. The End and The Peace


[HWPL] Nations of Korean War and HWPL. Serial Posting 10. The End and The Peace

Year 2020 marks the 70th anniversary of the Korean War which scarred the whole Korean peninsula in the 20th century. Two ideologies (democracy and communism) clashed on a small peninsula as 21 countries fought for the ideologies they followed and more than 50 countries helping one side with medical or financial support.

The war started on June 25th 1950 with North Korea's invasion of South Korea at 4 a.m., and ended on July 27th 1953.

Everyone struggled for the peace that they believed in, resulting in catastrophic casualties and damages. Let's examine this with the following figures for each party that includes death, injury and missing persons.

South Korea (Republic of Korea): 609,000

United Nations (United States of America, United Kingdom, Australia, Netherlands, Canada, France, Togo, New Zealand, Philippines, Turkey, Thailand, Republic of South Africa, Greece, Belgium, Luxembourg, Ethiopia, Colombia): 546,000

North Korea (People's Republic of Korea): 800,000

China (People's Republic of China): 973,000

Civilians in South and North Korea: Approx. 2,078,000 (It means 1 person killed, injured or lost per family unit in Korea. It also means that 1/5 of the total population in South and North Korea suffered death, injury or went missing)

Total: Approx. 5,006,000

Moreover, the war damaged South and North Korea on a social and economic aspect. 40% of South Korean industrial infrastructure was damaged, and North Korea suffered losses of 74% in electric power, 89% in the fuel industry and 70% in the chemical industry.

Even after widespread devastation to lives and nations caused by the Korean War, global conflicts have not ceased.

Today, to stop unceasing conflicts and acts of terror, Chairman Man Hee Lee and his peace groups (HWPL, IWPG and IPYG) are working together with people throughout the world for sustainable world peace.

Since June, I have been making these serial postings in order to recall the Korean War, paying respect to all those who fought and sacrificed their lives in the Korean War, and to inform you how Mr. Man Hee Lee and his peace groups (HWPL, IWPG and IPYG) have been working for world peace and for future generations :)

I've introduced a few countries (it's a shame that I couldn't post all of them due to a lack of photographs or copyright issues) that participated in the Korean War and what they are doing with Chairman Man Hee Lee's peace groups for world peace.

Chairman Man Hee Lee of HWPL (Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light), who is also a veteran of the Korean War, underwent all kinds of cruelty and hardship during the Korean War and has been working for world peace since 2012. Chairman Man Hee Lee has toured the world more than 30 times, and VIPs and global citizens have been passionately collaborating for world peace with HWPL towards peace and harmony.

They have participated in the WARP (World Alliance of Religions' Peace) World Peace Festival yearly on September 18th, the May 25th Peace Walk, Legislate Peace project, WARP Meeting & Interfaith Dialogues, Peace Letter campaigns and other initiatives in order to achieve world peace with Chairman Man Hee Lee and the peace groups (HWPL, IWPG and IPYG).

I really hope and believe that the world can achieve peace as we keep working with Chairman Man Hee Lee and HWPL for a brighter future for posterity :)



  1. sincerely hope that a world of peace will come where there is no more war.

  2. Great post and very hopeful. As H.E. Viktor Yushchenko, Former President of Ukraine says, “The DPCW is a perfect and balanced document that can be the basis of solidarity for peacekeeping in all countries of the world. I think all the leaders of the countries should support the DPCW”✌

  3. thank you for this educational post. I really hope there will be a time without wars and suffering