Consul General Moon Duk-ho, right, from the Republic of Korea Consulate in Seattle shares a laugh Friday with World War II veterans Jack Colman, center, 88, of Seattle, and Richard Kirk, 92, of Tacoma at the World War II Memorial in Olympia. Moon thanked the veterans for their service and acknowledged the impact the end of World War II had on Korea's restoration of independence.
Consul General Moon Duk-ho, right, from the Republic of Korea Consulate in Seattle shares a laugh Friday with World War II veterans Jack Colman, center, 88, of Seattle, and Richard Kirk, 92, of Tacoma at the World War II Memorial in Olympia. Moon thanked the veterans for their service and acknowledged the impact the end of World War II had on Korea's restoration of independence. Drew Perine Staff photographer
Consul General Moon Duk-ho, right, from the Republic of Korea Consulate in Seattle shares a laugh Friday with World War II veterans Jack Colman, center, 88, of Seattle, and Richard Kirk, 92, of Tacoma at the World War II Memorial in Olympia. Moon thanked the veterans for their service and acknowledged the impact the end of World War II had on Korea's restoration of independence. Drew Perine Staff photographer

70 years ago: The end of World War II

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