Built in 1985, the Korean War Memorial honors the 5.8 million Americans who served in the conflict. The most notable feature of the memorial are the 19 Stainless steel sculptures of soldiers. The Juniper bushes around the soldier’s feet represent the rice paddies that soldiers would walk across during their service on the Korean peninsula. But did you know, there’s a special visual effect there? Join VOA’s Steve Miller to learn what it is.