South Korean Navy Ships in Vladivostok Port

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A squadron of South Korean Navy ships in the port of Vladivostok Thursday on an unofficial visit.

 

A squadron of South Korean Navy ships in the port of Vladivostok Thursday on an unofficial visit.

 

© Sputnik / Vitaliy AnkovThe Choe Yeong guided missile destroyer and the Cheonji sea tanker will be in the port of Vladivostok for four days.
Above: Deputy Commander in Chief of the Pacific Fleet Flotilla Vladimir Dmitriev (L) and commander of the South Korean squadron Rear Admiral Chong Jonh Su during the meeting ceremony.
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The Choe Yeong guided missile destroyer and the Cheonji sea tanker will be in the port of Vladivostok for four days.
Above: Deputy Commander in Chief of the Pacific Fleet Flotilla Vladimir Dmitriev (L) and commander of the South Korean squadron Rear Admiral Chong Jonh Su during the meeting ceremony.
© Sputnik / Vitaliy AnkovEstablished in 1945, the Republic of Korea's navy is the oldest branch of the South Korean armed forces.
Above: ROKS Choe Yeong destroyer seamen while mooring.
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Established in 1945, the Republic of Korea's navy is the oldest branch of the South Korean armed forces.
Above: ROKS Choe Yeong destroyer seamen while mooring.
© Sputnik / Vitaliy AnkovThe South Korean navy uses US Navy-style letter-based hull classification symbols to identify its ships and hull numbers to identify each vessel.
Above: ROKS Choe Yeong destroyer seamen while mooring.
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The South Korean navy uses US Navy-style letter-based hull classification symbols to identify its ships and hull numbers to identify each vessel.
Above: ROKS Choe Yeong destroyer seamen while mooring.
© Sputnik / Vitaliy AnkovThe South Korean navy has nearly 190 commissioned ships including 12 submarines, 22 destroyers and frigates, 21 corvettes and 84 patrol vessels.
Above: ROKS Choe Yeong destroyer seamen while mooring.
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The South Korean navy has nearly 190 commissioned ships including 12 submarines, 22 destroyers and frigates, 21 corvettes and 84 patrol vessels.
Above: ROKS Choe Yeong destroyer seamen while mooring.
© Sputnik / Vitaliy AnkovThe Choe Yeong is about 15 meters long, 17 meters wide and has a displacement of 4,800-5,000 tons. The vessel can be propelled up to 30 knots (56 km/h). It has 200 crewmembers.
Above: A ROKS Choe Yeong destroyer seaman while mooring.
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The Choe Yeong is about 15 meters long, 17 meters wide and has a displacement of 4,800-5,000 tons. The vessel can be propelled up to 30 knots (56 km/h). It has 200 crewmembers.
Above: A ROKS Choe Yeong destroyer seaman while mooring.
© Sputnik / Vitaliy AnkovThe Choe Yeong destroyer has been a part of the South Korean navy since September 4, 2008. It has since taken part in a series of naval drills, and rescue and evacuation operations.
Above: ROKS Choe Yeong destroyer seamen while mooring.
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The Choe Yeong destroyer has been a part of the South Korean navy since September 4, 2008. It has since taken part in a series of naval drills, and rescue and evacuation operations.
Above: ROKS Choe Yeong destroyer seamen while mooring.
© Sputnik / Vitaliy AnkovSouth Korean seamen will visit their Russian colleagues and will organize a tour onboard the Choe Yeong for local residents. They will also take part in futsal, volleyball and ping pong tournaments.
Above: Russian and South Korean citizens during the mooring ceremony.
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South Korean seamen will visit their Russian colleagues and will organize a tour onboard the Choe Yeong for local residents. They will also take part in futsal, volleyball and ping pong tournaments.
Above: Russian and South Korean citizens during the mooring ceremony.
© Sputnik / Vitaliy AnkovSailors will go sightseeing and meet with South Korean citizens living in the Primorsky Territory during their visit to the Russian Pacific Fleet's main base. The ROK Navy squadron is set to leave on December 21.
Above: The ROKS Choe Yeong destroyer while mooring.
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Sailors will go sightseeing and meet with South Korean citizens living in the Primorsky Territory during their visit to the Russian Pacific Fleet's main base. The ROK Navy squadron is set to leave on December 21.
Above: The ROKS Choe Yeong destroyer while mooring.
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