Located about one hour away from Seoul, the Korean Demilitarized Zone metaphorically and literally symbolizes the Koreas’ divided history. This is where the Koreas have been split since the Korean War. Join GoAP for a journey to Koreas’ past and present. We will see the 3rd Infiltration Tunnel, the DMZ Exhibition Hall, the Dora Observatory, the Dorasan Station and pass the Unification Village on the way back to Seoul.
The tour will pick up at the Grand InterContinental in the morning. Our first stop will be Imjingak Park, where we will see the Freedom Bridge and an old steam train that takes us to the devastating past of the Korean War. We will then get back to the bus and head to the 3rd Infiltration Tunnel, located underneath the border of North Korea and South Korea. Here we will see where the South Koreans have blocked the actual Military Demarcation Line with concrete barricades, and view a photo exhibit and war artifacts at the DMZ exhibition hall.
After that, we will go to Dorasan Station, the last station before entering North Korea from South Korea. We will briefly visit the Unification Village, a small farming community that specialized in creating soybean milk, traditional soy sauce and corn goods.