Next Monday, August 15th seventy-seven years after Korea regained its independence from Imperial Japan at the end of World War Two the remains of 17 fallen fighters from the Korean Liberation Army will finally be transferred to the National Cemetery in Daejeon.
Their remains are currently buried together in a cemetery in northern Seoul.
The Ministry of Patriots and Veterans Affairs says the process will be carried out through this weekend.
The Korean Liberation Army was established in 1940 in China with the aim of regaining Korea's independence.
They worked tirelessly for that purpose in multiple countries for years, many of them sacrificing their lives.