On June 25, 1950, North Korean troops cross the 38th parallel and capture Seoul, the South Korean capital.
North Korean troops push South Korean troops all the way to Pusan, and the South Korean troops are almost pushed out.
Seoul Captured Once Again
UN troops arrive in South Korea to help fight after the US requests for their for help. The UN troops are led by General MacArthur and they recapture Seoul.
The UN troops push all the way to the Chinese border. China feels threatened by this and sends troops to support the North Korean troops.
The Chinese troops push the UN troops back across the border and capture Seoul.
The UN troops push back to the border, and the Chinese and UN troops stand in a stalemate. On July 27, 1953 North and South Korea sign an armistice and they set up a demilitarized zone between the two countries.