Hello! I am Min Je Jung. It's a pleasure to take part in the discussion.
I have read your opinion interestingly. You argue that the battlefield tourism has become a vitcim of commercialism. The purpose of the battlefield tourism is to preserve the sites in order for people to be reminded of the historical event and to learn the lesson from the past. However, such intention seems to be neglected often.
This is a sad thing to happen but I think we need to face the reality.
There are a number of the battlefields to be commemorated and remembered but only a few are known to the public.
Why? people in present days are too busy to be interested in the past. However with the help of commercialism, the battlefield can be well preserved and publicized.
Even though the sacredness of the site can be degenerated a bit, what I think is important is that the historic site remains in people's mind unforgotten.
Therefore I think it is important to acknowledge the contribution to the battlefield tourism given by the commercialism.
Overall, with a sacrifice of losing a bit of sacredness of the historical site, the battlefield tourism can continue to be remembered. I also think that rememberence of the historical event is what makes the site more sacred and respected.