The Republic of Korea is footing the bill for Korean War veterans and their family members to visit South Korea in thanks for their service. The Korean Ministry of Patriots and Veterans Affairs administers the program, which began in 1975. It pays for vets’ ground transportation, lodging and meals. It also covers 50 percent of airfare for veterans and 30 percent of airfare for their companions. According to the organization Military Historical Tours, the Revisit Korea Program is offering four trips in 2019 to veterans looking to take advantage of the opportunity. They will run July 22-28; Sept. 25-Oct. 1; Oct. 20-26; and Nov. 8-14, according to a news release from the organization. All trips have pre-tour options available from Military Historical Tours. The organization will assist veterans and their companions in making flight reservations, and can also provide more information about the Revisit Korea Program. Learn more at Miltours.com.