Attendees gathered in Walsh Park, Bomaderry for a moving memorial service as part of the Korean War Veterans Armistice Day.
The Korean War memorial service, held on Saturday, July 27, marked the 66th anniversary of the signing of the armistice of the Korean War.
NSW President of the Korean Veterans Association Noel Jackson said the annual service was significant for him.
"I like it because we get to meet a lot of people that you don't see for a while," he said.
"Most of the people were in the navy with me and I probably see a lot of them just once a year here which is a great thing."
Mr Jackson said it was "magnificent" to have the South Korean consulate representative there.
"The South Koreans are so good to us and they are so good to the Australian Veterans," he said.
"They've probably done more for the Australian Korean Veterans than what the Australian government's done."
South Korean Deputy Consul General Mr Su-chang Cho was thankful to be invited to attend the service.
"It's a very moving moment because I can see your ancestors and their legacy, it's very delightful," Mr Cho said.
"It would be better for us to get more youngsters or students and make it easier for them to remember our legacy."
More than 17,000 Australians fought as part of the United Nation Forces in the Korean war, lasting from 1950 to 1953.
Approximately 339 Australians died in the Korean war, with 1216 wounded.
A UN agreement was signed on July 27, 1953 brought an end to the war although hostilities still continue.