Patriotic Martyrs' Cemetery
The Patriotic Martyrs' Cemetery is a national cemetery in North Korea located in Sinmi-ri, Hyongjesan-guyok, Pyongyang. Founded on September 17, 1986, it is officially reserved for people who contributed to the "liberation of the country" and "socialist construction". Buried here are many veterans of the Korean independence movement, army and national officials, and outstanding citizens in the fields of science, medicine, and literature.
|Patriotic Martyrs' Cemetery|
|Revised Romanization||Aeguk Yeolsa Neung|
|McCune–Reischauer||Aeguk Ryŏlsa Rŭng|
Among those interred here are:
- Cho Ki-chon (조기천/趙基天; 1913–1951), poet
- Cho So-ang (조소앙/趙素昻; 1887–1958), independence activist
- Cho Wan-gu (조완구/趙琬九; 1881–1952), independence activist
- Choe Deok-sin (최덕신/崔德新; 1914–1989), politician
- Choe Pong Man, contributed to development of Workers' Party of Korea while in the Central Committee of the Workers' Party of Korea.
- Choi Hong Hi (최홍희/崔泓熙; 1918–2002), general and deportist
- Choe Tong-oh (최동오; 1889–1963), independence activist
- Choi Seung-hee (최승희/崔承喜; 1911–1969), dancer
- Kim Chang-sop (김창섭/金昌燮; 1946–2020), general
- Kim Yong Chun (김영춘/金永春; 1936–2018), politician and general
- Kang Yang Wook (강량욱/康良煜; 1903–1983), Presbyterian minister and politician
- Kang Chang-Soo (강창수) a.k.a Hideo Nakamura (1913–2013), Korean-born Karateka
- Kang Jang-ho, director of KPA art studio
- Kang Song-san, worked to develop the country.
- Kim Kyu-sik (김규식/金奎植; 1881–1950), independence activist
- Kim Ok-song (김옥성; 1916–1965/66), composer
- Kim Pyong Hwa, contributed to development of orchestra in North Korea.
- Kye Ung-sang (계응상/桂應祥; 1893–1967), geneticist
- Pak In Yong, former general of the Korean People's Army.
- Paek Nam-sun (백남순/白南淳; 1929–2007), Minister of Foreign Affairs
- Paek Nam-un (백남운/白南雲; 1894–1979), economist
- Park Yun-gwan, dedicated life to strengthening Workers' Party of Korea
- Pak Se-yong (박세영 /朴世永; 1902–1989), writer of the lyrics to Aegukka
- Pyon Ung Hui, architectural engineer
- Ra Myong Hui, Hero of the DPRK
- Ri Hyon-sang (리현상/李鉉相; 1905–1953), independence activist, politician
- Ri Jae-il (리재일/李在一; 1935–2021), politician
- Ri Ki-yong (리기영/李箕永; 1895–1984), novelist
- Ri Kuk-ro (리극로/李克魯; 1893–1982), independence activist
- Ri Myon-sang (이면상/李冕相; 1908–1989), composer/conductor
- Ri Sung-gi (리승기/李升基; 1958–1996), chemist
- Ryu Dong-ryol (류동열/柳東說; 1879–1950), independence activist
- Ryu Mi-yong (류미영/柳美英; 1921–2016), politician
- U Chi-son (우치선/于致善; 1919–2003), ceramic artist
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