8 Days UNESCO World Heritage Site Tour
10 Days Best of South Korea Tour
1 Day Panmunjom JSA DMZ Korea Tour
2 Days Stopover Seoul City Tour
3 Days Jeju Volcanic Island Tour
1 Day Gyeongju World Heritage Site Tour by KTX
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6 Days Exploration of Western Korea
5 Days Introduction to Korea Tour
7 Days Highlights of Korea Tour
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1 Day Learn to Ski Tour Korea with Beginner Ski Lesson
1 Day Nami Island Winter Sonata Seeing Snow Tour
1 Day Namiseom Island and Ski Tour (Beginner Ski Lesson)
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Bulguksa Temple
Seokguram Grotto
Jeju Volcanic Island & Lava Tubes
Changdeokgung Palace
Jongmyo Shrine
Royal Tombs of
the Joseon Dynasty
Haeinsa Temple
Janggyeong Panjeon
Hwaseong Fortress
Gochang, Hwasun &
Ganghwa Dolmen Sites
Temple Stay
Master's Workshop Tour

1 Day Panmunjom JSA DMZ Korea Tour

1 Day (07:50 - 17:30)
This tour offers a rare opportunity to experience Korea’s Demilitarized Zone (DMZ), one of the most heavily fortified borders in the world. The DMZ is a strip of land 4km wide and 248km long that divides the two Koreas. Visitors will visit the Joint Security Area (JSA) on the border between South and North Korea. This is the only place in South Korea where you can get close to the country’s northern neighbor. Although this tour is not dangerous, you will be accompanied by South Korean soldiers on the tour for your protection.
Hotel > Imjingak Park > Freedom Bridge > ID Check > DMZ theater and exhibition hall > The 3rd Infiltration Tunnel > Dora Observatory > Dorasan Station > Lunch > Panmunjeom > Slideshow and briefing at Camp Bonifas and tour of JSA > Arrival at Lotte Hotel in Seoul
Imjingak Park
On the tour, you will visit Imjingak Park. Located in Paju City about 65km northwest of Seoul, the park is a popular place with local residents and is the only place at the DMZ where you can walk freely without your passport (or ID card). Opposite Imjingak Park, on the North Korean side of the border is Mangbaedan, an alter where North Koreans visit on New Year's Day and Chuseok and perform ancestral rites by bowing toward their hometown. Outside Imjingak, there are 12 kinds of tanks on display that were used during the Korean War.
Freedom Bridge
The Freedom Bridge is located behind Imjingak Square and was built for both Koreas to repatriate their respective prisoners in 1953, when the South and the North signed the Armistice Agreement. Since more than 12,000 prisoners of war crossed this bridge and regained their freedom, the bridge was named the Freedom Bridge in commemoration.
The 3rd Infiltration Tunnel
You will visit the third infiltration tunnel built by North Korea that extends into South Korean territory deep underground. It was discovered by the South Korean Army in October 1978. Since then, it has been developed as an attraction for tourists to learn about the importance of South Korea’s national security and of the history with the North. Visitors can only visit the tunnel if they have their passport (or ID card) with them.
Dora Observatory
The Dora Observatory is the northernmost observatory in South Korea from which visitors can look into North Korea through a telescope. Depending on the weather, visitors can see the North Korean propaganda village in the DMZ and as far north as the city of Gaeseong, including a statue of Kim Il-Seong, Gijeong-dong on the outskirts of Gaeseong city, a train smokestack at Jangdan Station, Geumamgol (a collective farm) and Mt. Songaksan. It has been open to the public since January 1987.
Dorasan Station
Dorasan Station, the northernmost station in South Korea, was built in anticipation that the day will come when the two Koreas will be united again. It was planned to connect with the Gyongueisun line and would link the peninsula to the European continent via the Siberian Railway.
Panmunjom is a village on the border straddling North and South Korea, where the 1953 Korean Armistice Agreement was signed. The building where the armistice was signed still stands, though it is on the northern side of the Military Demarcation Line, which runs through the middle of the DMZ. When an important meeting is being held, this area is crowded by guards and newsmen. After the famous “tree chopping incident,” when North Korean soldiers killed two United States army officers on August 18, 1976, it was agreed to separate the sentries and spilt the village in half.
* Photos courtesy of Korea Tourism Organization.

Special Notes

- Children under 10 years are not allowed to join this tour.
- You must carry your passport with you on the tour.
- Blue jeans, shorts and slippers are not permitted to be worn at the DMZ.
- Any equipment, microphones or flags belonging to the communist side in the Military Armistice
  Commission conference room are NOT TO BE TOUCHED.
- Do not speak with, make any gesture towards or in any way, approach or respond to personnel
  from the other side.
- Tour route and schedule are subjected to change without notice whenever there is official request
  from United Nations Command.
- The DMZ Tour does not operate on Mondays and national holidays.
- Cancellation Charge: Full refunds are given for cancellations 48 hours or more before your
  scheduled tour. There is a 100% charge for cancellations 24 hours before your tour. There are no
  refunds for cancellations on the day of the tour.
Terms and Conditions
- Prices may vary due to availability. We reserve the right to make price adjustments without prior   notice.
- Although it is our strong intention to follow the agreed itinerary, there will be a degree of flexibility   in consideration of various operational factors including flight delays or bad weather.
- Please refer to our Terms and Conditions before you make your reservation.