Republic of Korea Landing Ships
Cheon Wang Bong Class LST LOA 416′ / 126.8 m TDISP 7,100 tons (4 active) In service since 2014
Landing Ship, Tanks LST
LST Mk 2, LST-542 subclass. LOA 328′ / 100 m TDISP 4,080 tons see also USN retired landing ships for other examples of this large class.
ROKS Wi Bong LST-676 (1958-2006) formerly USS Johnson County LST-849, (1945-1958) Pacific War veteran, participated in Okinawa landings. Transferred to South Korea as military aid. Preserved as a museum ship at Jinpo Maritime Park in Gunsan City.
ROKS Suyeong LST-813, later LST-677 (1958-2005) formerly USS Kane County LST-853 (1944-1958) Pacific War veteran, which landed troops on Okinawa. Transferred as military assistance. Museum ship until closed in 2017, towed back in a deteriorated condition to the navy in 2020.
ROKS Un Bong LST-807 (1955-2005) Formerly USS LST-1010 (1944-1955) Pacific War veteran at Okinawa landings. Transferred as military aid, and participated in the Vietnam War. Preserved at the Gimpo Marine Park.
ROKS Hwa San LST-816 later LST-679 (1959-ca.2000) Formerly USS Pender County LST-1080 (1945-1958) Pacific War veteran. Transferred as military aid. Preserved at the SapKyoHo National Sightseeing Resort at Dangjin-Gun alongside Gearing class destroyer ROKS Jeon Ju/USS Rogers, since at least 2004.