Welcome Marilyn in Korea. 1954.

Korea per Marilyn.

In February 1954, Marilyn Monroe and Joe DiMaggio were newlyweds, on a trip in Japan, when the bride took a detour to Korea to entertain the troops. She performed ten shows in four days, in front of audiences that totaled more than 100,000 soldiers and marines. Later Monroe recalled that the trip "was the best thing that ever happened to me. I never felt like a star before in my heart. It was so wonderful to look down and see a fellow smiling at me."

Con alcuni marinai in Japan. 1954.

Marilyn e' appena scesa dall'elicottero in Korea.

Rarissima foto in Korea di Marilyn a tavola con i militari. 1954.

Bellissima la foto con dietro le truppe americane. Korea. 1954.

Marilyn sorride al suo arrivo in Korea. 1954.

Dolce il sorriso di Marilyn tra i soldati in Korea. 1954.

Marilyn in tuta accolta dalle truppe americane in Korea. 1954.

Seppiata Marilyn canta sul palco in Korea per le truppe americane. 1954.

Preparing for the show in Korea for the American soldiers. 1954.

Un saluto caloroso alle truppe americane in Korea. 1954.

Marilyn sul palco in Korea. 1954.

Marilyn con l'abito viola-blue per i concerti in Korea per le truppe americane. 1954.

Marilyn firma autografi in Korea alle truppe americane. 1954.

Tra i soldati in Korea nel 1954.