John P. Scott
John P. Scott claims to be the youngest member of the Korean War Veterans in his town, having served overseas in Korea after the war during the 1970s. He has firsthand experience with the rebuilding of South Korea following the war, including the changes he observed in buildings, the landscape, the people, and the culture of Korea as the decades shifted from the 70s, 80s, and 90s.
Changing Tours of Korea
Veteran John P. Scott describes his tours of Korea throughout the years and how he observed Korea changing into a major power following the Korea War.
The Aftermath of the Korean War
Veteran John P. Scott describes the rural nature and destruction still experienced in South Korea in the 1970s following the war.
The Culture Shock of Modernization
Veteran John P. Scott describes the difference of buildings and Korean society between his two tours of duty in Korea, including how quickly Korea seemed to become a metropolis.
Two Types of Korean Soldier
Veteran John P. Scott describes the difference between the KATUSA soldiers and the ROK forces.