What year did the Korean War start and end?

The Korean War:

Started June 25, 1950 and ended in Panmunjom on July 27 1953

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Although the war ended there was no winner. June 25th, 1950--July 27th, 1953

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The Korean "War" was not a war, it was a U.N.-sponsored police action and is more properly called the Korean Conflict. And it did not "end" -- there is a more or less permanent cease-fire but no formal terms for ending the conflict were finalized.

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It is my understanding that they war/conflict has not ended. There is merely a cease-fire. We have troops on the DMZ and have had since the 'armistice' was signed. So, is it ended or suspended. Depends on your definition. In the 1970's a lieutenant was killed when he went into the DMZ to clear brush to improved his positions field of fire. There is still shooting going on in certain circumstances.
It officially ended on the 27th July 1953, but there are many emotional conflicts on this issue - psychologically and physically there is still a divide between North and South Korea; two separated countries.

The war started 25th June 1950.
6/25/1950~7/27/1953
Started on June 25, 1950 when North Korea invaded South Korea and end July 27, 1953 when an armistice was signed.

It started in 1950 and ended in 1953.After they signed the paper.