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Korean title : 도시로 간 처녀
English title : The Maiden Who Went to the City
Yu Ji-in / 유지인 (Mun Hui)
Youngok Lee (Okkyung)
Geum Bo-ra/ 금보라 (Seunghee)
- 1 War Memorial of Korea, Seoul, South Korea
- 2 See also
War Memorial of Korea, Seoul, South Korea
Please note that these aircraft are now part of the KAI Aerospace Museum, adjacent to Sacheon Airport, South Korea.
Wearing the colors of VMF-312 "The Checkerboards" this Chance Vought F4U-4 Corsair BuNo 81415 (Construction Number 8140) was bought in 1974 by the museum to a private owner (actually registered N5219V) and being transferred to the KAI Aerospace Museum in 2001.
Grumman TAF-9J Cougar BuNo 141152. This Grumman F9F-8 Cougar (F-9J after 1962) was operated by VT-22 as a trainer from 1963 to 1969. Sent to AMARC in April 1970 before being donated to South Korea some years later.
In front of North American F-86D-35-NA Sabre serial 51-8424.
(yellow triangle) Sikorsky UH-19D 56-4283, c/n 551179 in front of the Douglas C-124 Globemaster II. (right) North American P-51D-25-NA Mustang serial 44-73494 served with the 109th Fighter Squadron of the Minnesota ANG, where it was stationed until 1952. In July of that year, it was transferred to the ROKAF and served in the Korean War with the code "K-205".
Douglas B-26K Counter Invader serial 44-34119. This aircraft was originally built as a Douglas A-26B-45-DL Invader. Code TA651 on the tail.
From right to left : B-26K (Vietnam paint scheme and code TA) ; F4U-4 ; Boeing B-29-90-BW Superfortress serial 45-21739 built in July 1945 and served in the USAF until 14 April 1954. Sent in March 1972 and displayed in August 1972. It eventually moved to the KAI Museum in 1995.
Douglas C-124C Globemaster II serial 52-0943 served with the USAF until being transferred to the Air National Guard in March 1972. Given to the museum two years later. Another aircraft which eventually moved to the KAI Museum in 1995.
Cessna O-1G Bird Dog serial 53-7995. Built in 1953 as L-19. From 1972, operated by the Republic of Korea Air Force with the serial number 09-995 but first display with this fictitious serial 00000.