DMZ Korea Tour



For over fifty years the areas surrounding the DMZ have been restricted to the general public.  As a result, they have become a wildlife preserve containing incredible biodiversity.
The DMZ and its surrounding areas are now referred to as the 
Peace and Life Zone (PLZ)
and a special tour course has been designed taking travelers to destinations of historical
interest and outstanding natural beauty.



    JSA TOUR        DMZ+JSA         >>>> TOUR BOOKING

Incursion tunnels

Entrance to the North Korean dug 4th Infiltration Tunnel, Korean DMZ.
the South has discovered that four tunnels crossing the DMZ have been dug by North Korea. This is indicated by the orientation of the blasting lines within each tunnel. Upon their discovery, North Korea claimed that the tunnels were for coal mining; however, no coal has been found in the tunnels, which are dug through granite, but some of the tunnel walls have been painted black to give the appearance of anthracite.

The tunnels are believed to have been planned as a military invasion route by North Korea. Each shaft is large enough to permit the passage of an entire infantry division in one hour, though the tunnels are not wide enough for tanks or vehicles. All the tunnels run in a north-south direction and do not have branches. Following each discovery, engineering within the tunnels has become progressively more advanced.


JSA Joint Security Area

the third tunnel sloped slightly upwards as it progressed southward, to prevent water stagnation. Today, visitors may visit the second, third and fourth tunnels through guided tours.

Within the JSA are a number of buildings for joint meetings called Conference Row. These are used for direct talks between the Korean War participants and parties to the armistice. Facing the Conference Row buildings is DPRK's Panmungak (English: Panmun Hall) and ROK's Freedom House. In 1994, North Korea enlarged Panmungak by adding a third floor. In 1998, South Korea built a new Freedom House for its Red Cross staff and to possibly host reunions of families separated by the Korean War. The new building incorporated the old Freedom House Pagoda within its design.

Though generally calm, the DMZ has been the scene of much saber-rattling between the two Koreas over the years. Several small skirmishes have occurred within the JSA since 1953. The Axe Murder Incident in August 1976 involved the attempted trimming of a poplar tree which resulted in two deaths and Operation Paul Bunyan. Beforehand, the soldiers of both sides were permitted to go back and forth across the MDL inside of the JSA, a privilege since revoked as a result of this incident.

Another incident occurred on November 23, 1984, when a Soviet tourist, who was part of an official trip to the JSA (hosted by the North), ran across the MDL shouting that he wanted to defect. North Korean troops immediately chased after him opening fire. Border guards on the South Korean side returned fire eventually surrounding the North Koreans as they pursued the Russian national. One South Korean and three North Korean soldiers were killed in the action. The defector was not captured.


 DMZ TOUR 1   3rd infiltration Tunnel + Dora observatory

  A) 08:00 ~14:30 Morning

Minimum Pax: 1 ,   Fee:  KRW 40,000 p/p


  B) 08:00 ~15:00 Morning + Lunch

  C) 12:00 ~18:00 Afternoon
   ( Except Mondays, National Holidays )

Minimum Pax: 1 ,   Fee:  KRW 50,000 p/p

Minimum Pax: 3 ,   Fee:  KRW 48,000 p/p



       Course :
            A) & C)


-  Imjingak Park
-  Freedom Bridge
-  The 3rd infiltration Tunnel
-  DMZ Theater / Exhibition Hall
-  Dora observatory
-  Dorasan Station
-  Unification Village Pass by
-  Amethyst factory or Ginseng Center
-  Drop off Itaewon or City Hall

A + Lunch

** Guest  must carry the  passport on tour day.     

 DMZ TOUR 2   Panmunjeom Tour ( JSA Tour )

  09:00~17:00  Fullday Tour

Minimum Pax: 1 ,  Fee:  KRW 87,000 p/p   

  ( Except  Sunday, Monday, National Holidays )


      Course :

-  Unification Observatory ( or Imjingak Park )
-  Lunch
-  ID Check point
-  Camp Bonifas (Slide show and Briefing)
-  JSA Tour (Freedom House, Conference room, Bridge of No Return)
-  Drop off at Lotte Hotel

** Guest  must carry the  passport on tour day.     


 DMZ TOUR 3  ( Tour 1 + Tour2 )
3rd infiltration Tunnel  + Panmunjeom ( JSA )

  08:00~17:00  Fullday Tour

Minimum Pax: 1 ,  Fee:  KRW 130,000 p/p

  ( Except  Sunday, Monday, National Holidays )


      Course :

- Imjingak Park
- Freedom Bridge
- The 3rd infiltration Tunnel
- DMZ Theater / Exhibition Hall
- Dora observatory
- Dorasan Station
- Unification Village (Pass by)
- Lunch
- ID Check point
- Camp Bonifas (Slide show and Briefing)
- JSA Tour (Freedom House, Conference room, Bridge of No Return)
- Drop off at Lotte Hotel

** Guest  must carry the  passport on tour day.     


DMZ JSA Joint Security Area

Conference Row seen from the northern side of the JSA.

Inside the DMZ, near the western coast of the peninsula, Panmunjeom is the home of the Joint Security Area (JSA). Originally, it was the only connection between North and South Korea[8] but that changed in 2007 when a Korail train crossed the DMZ to the North on the new Donghae Bukbu Line built on the east coast of Korea.

There are several buildings on both the north and the south side of the MDL, and a few are built right on top of it. The JSA is the location where all negotiations since 1953 have been held, including statements of Korean solidarity, which have generally amounted to little except a slight decline of tensions. The MDL goes through the conference rooms and down the middle of the conference tables where the North Koreans and the United Nations Command meet face to face.


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