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DMZ & JSA TOUR | Imjingak Tourist Resort→
DMZ & JSA TOUR | Imjingak Tourist Resort (* Memorial Altar)→
DMZ & JSA TOUR | Imjingak Tourist Resort (*Freedom Bridge)→
DMZ & JSA TOUR | The 3rd Tunnel (*DMZ Theater, Exhibition Hall)→
DMZ & JSA TOUR | Experience Hall→
DMZ & JSA TOUR | Dorasan Observatory→
DMZ & JSA TOUR | Dorasan Train Station→
DMZ & JSA TOUR | Imjingak Tourist Resort (*Unification Bell)→
DMZ & JSA TOUR | Unification Observatory→
DMZ & JSA TOUR | Unification Bridge→
DMZ & JSA TOUR | Camp Bonifas→
DMZ & JSA TOUR | Slide Briefing→
DMZ & JSA TOUR | Joint Security Area→
DMZ & JSA TOUR | Freedom House→
DMZ & JSA TOUR | Military Armistice Commission Building

  • DMZ Tour
  • Admission
  • Hotel pick-up
  • Lunch
  • Tour Guides
  • Transport

TOUR NAME

DMZ & JSA Tour [Full Day]


TIME

09:30am ~ 17:30pm

AVAILABILITY

Tuesdays ~ Sundays (*Closed Mondays)


PRICE

Adults KRW 135,000

Minimum Pax 1  | Minimum age is 11 years old
*Please bring your passport on your tour day.
*Reservations must be made at least 3 days prior to visit


INCLUDED

■ Hotel pick-up

■ Tour guide

■ Transport

■ Admission

■ Drop-off

■ Lunch (*Menu : Bulgogi)


EXCLUSIVE

■ Dinner

■ Drinks

■ Personal Expenses


ITINERARY

Seoul Hotel RianDMZ Tour→Imjingak Resort→Freedom Bridge→Passby Unification Village→
The 3rd Tunnel (*DMZ Theater, Exhibition Hall)→Dorasan Observatory→Dorasan Train Station→
Lunch (*Menu : Bulgogi)→JSA Tour→Check Passport at Unification Bridge→
Arrive at United Nation Command Security Battalion “Camp Bonifas”→
Receive detailed slide briefing→
Take military bus to Joint Security Area – Freedom House – Military Armistice Commission Building – Bridge of no return→
Drop off at MyeongDong Lotte Hotel in Seoul


Imjingak park (Nuri Peace Park)

Imjingak Resort, located 7 km from the Military Demarcation Line, is now at the forefront of tourism related to the Korean War. Imjingak was built in 1972 with the hope that someday unification would be possible. The three-storied Imjingak is surrounded by several monuments, Unification Park and North Korea Center.

Over 400 photos and documents showing the stark reality of North Korea are displayed in the North Korea Center of Unification Board. Outside Imjingak, there are 12 unique tanks and warcrafts on display that were used during the war.

Mangbaedan Alter, which stands opposite Imjingak, is famous as the place where Korean’s separated from their families in the North visit to perform ancestral rites by bowing toward their hometowns every New Year’s Day and Chuseok (Korean Thanksgiving). The Bridge of Freedom, which South Koreans crossed when they came back to their mother country from North Korea after the signing of the Armistice Agreement, stands behind Mangbaedan Alter.

In front of Imjingak is the Gyeongui Train Line which was destroyed during the Korean War in 1950. It has been under reconstruction since 2000. Every year many events for unification are held at Imjingak. It is now one of the more famous DMZ tourist spots for foreigners because it is possible to visit without going through any security check points.

1 Imjingak Park
2 Imjingak Tourist Resort Memorial Altar
Freedom Bridge

Freedom Bridge is located at 2 kilometers north of Munsan, and it is the only path that connects between the south and north around Imjin river. It was originally the Kyung-eu railway bridge, and reconstructed to the road bridge later.

3 Imjingak Tourist Resort Freedom Bridge
4 Freedom Bridge
The 3rd Infiltration Tunnel

The 3rd Tunnel was discovered in 1978 by Korean forces. It spans over 1635m in length, 2m in width, and 2m in height and is located 52km from Seoul. It is estimated that approximately 30,000 soldiers could move through the tunnel per hour. Once the tunnel was found, North Koreans insisted it was intentionally made by us to invade North Korea, but, their insistence was proven untrue as the explosions used to make the tunnel face southward.

7 The 3rd Infiltration Tunnel
8 The 3rd Infiltration Tunnel
Dora observatory

Dora Observatory is on the South Korean side of the 38th parallel. Situated on top of Dorasan (Mount Dora), the observatory looks across the Demilitarized Zone. It is the part of South Korea closest to the North. Visitors can catch a rare glimpse of the reclusive North Korean state through binoculars from the 304 square feet, 500-person capacity observatory. They will be able to see the North Korean propaganda village situated in the DMZ, a remnant of the old prosperity of the North, and can see as far as the city of Kaesong. The observatory is very close to the Third Tunnel (Third North Korean Infiltration Tunnel), a massive North Korean-dug tunnel which was planned as a pathway for invasion to the South if war had erupted and it had not been discovered. The Dorasan Station, also nearby, is designed to be the station that connects the railroads of the South and North one day in the future.

9 Dora Observatory
10 Dora Observatory
Dorasan station

Dorasan Station, a railway station on the Gyeongui Line, is the northernmost stop on South Korea’s railway line. Located 56 km from Seoul and 205 km from Pyeongyang, the station was opened as a tourist attraction on April 4, 2002 right before the 2002 Korea-Japan World Cup.
Dorasan station can be reached by getting on the Gyeongui Line from Seoul Station. Once you reach Munsan Station, you can transfer to a train bound for Imjingang Station. After presenting your identification at Imjingang Station, you can get on a train bound for Dorasan Station. Since it is the northernmost part of South Korea, Dorasan Station will also play the role of customs and immigration for visitors entering South Korea through the station when the Gyeongui Line Railroad connection is completed.

Since this area is within the Civilian Control Zone (CCZ), visitors and tourists will only be granted access after presenting a valid identification document at Imjingang Station.

JSA
16 Joint Security Area
DMZ THEATER / EXHIBITION HALL

DMZ theater & exhibiton hall give you genral information of Korean war & DMZ. It takes about 15miuntes.

6-2 DMZ Theater  Exhibition Hall
7 The 3rd Infiltration Tunnel
Camp Bonifas

The U.N. Command forces have jurisdiction over the Panmunjom that is the only place controlled by them in South Korea. The forces stay in the Camp Bonifas named in honor of the late captain Auther G. Bonifas who was killed in the axe murder incident in Panmunjom area on 18 August 1976.

12 Camp Bonifas
13 Camp Bonifas
Freedom House

The new freedom House was constructed on 9 July 1998. It provides facilities for South-North Korean contacts, meetings and exchanges, and houses the Liaison Office with North and South Korea. When the original Freedom House was built in 1965, Red Cross representatives from the South used it to make contacts with their North Korean counterparts.

14 Freedom House
15 Freedom House
Bridge of No Return

Bridge of ‘No Return’ is astride the Military Demarcation Line. After the 1953’s Armistice, on this bridge there was an exchange of prisoners of war. The name of this particular bridge was derived from the fact that the prisoners of war voluntarily in favor of choosing North Korea, since the event of POW exchange following the armistice became in effect, were unable to South Korea.

3 Imjingak Tourist Resort Freedom Bridge
4 Freedom Bridge
  1. Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability.
  2. We will pick up the tourists based on hotel lobby therefore please show us the full name of tourist’s hotel and phone number for reference.
  3. There is a possibility of cancellation after confirmation if there are not enough passengers to meet requirements.In the event of this occurring, you will be offered an alternative or full refund.
  4. Be careful. We are usually waited 10 minutes more from pick-up time.
    If you are no-show on tour day, our tour guide took an evidence picture and payment is not refundable.
  5. All Tours will be conducted in English.
  6. All Tours include tour guide, transportation and admission fee.
  7. Pick-up & Drop-off service can be delayed due to the heavy traffic on day of tour.
  8. Comfortable walking shoes are recommended
  9. If you will not be arriving at your destination within the specified reconfirmation period,
    Please reconfirm with the local service provider prior to travel, or upon arrival at your destination.
    Please note that departure times and locations may vary slightly.

No-show or any cancellation within 3days to visit, 100% of total cost will be charged.