Joint Forces Korea


Established after the Korean War, United States Forces Korea (USFK) refers to the ground, air and naval divisions of our armed forces stationed in South Korea. With over 28,000 troops stationed on the peninsula, USFK provides a forward presence in the region. Our Joint Forces Korea charm is a .925 sterling silver rendition of the National Emblem of South Korean: a blue and red taegeuk, or yin-yang symbol, centered among 5 white hibiscus petals. “US Forces Korea” is inscribed on the back.