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DMZ Tour Lunch + Gyeongbok Palace (D-M-3)

  • Morning Morning+Lunch Lunch+Gyeongbok
    Palace
    Afternoon
    쨌 Time 08:00-18:00
    쨌 Number of persons 2
    쨌 Price 119,000 KRW
    쨌 Itinerary
    Pick up place 넂 Imjingak Park 넂 The Unification Bridge 넂 ID Check 넂 DMZ theater and exhibition hall 넂 The 3rd Infiltration Tunnel 넂 Dora Observatory 넂 Dorasan Station 넂 Pass by Unification Village 넂 Amethyst Center 넂 Lunch(Bibimbap) 넂 Gyeongbok Palace 넂 The National Folk Museum 넂 Insadong 넂 Pick up place
    쨌 Conditions
    * DMZ Tour is closed on Mondays and National Holidays.
    * Passport required!
    * If there셲 an unannounced military training or official event in JSA the tour may be cancelled on the day of the tour with short notice.
    * Gyeongbok Palace will be replaced by another tourist attraction on Tuesdays.

    Reservation On Website ONLY

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  • Highlight of Tour Spot

    DMZ is a buffer zone between two Koreas, bisecting the Korean Peninsula
    DMZ has been the most popular tourist spot of Korea for foreigners since the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989. The purpose of the zone is to prevent the recurrence of war between North & South Koreas.
    The zone ranges 2 km north and south respectively from the ceasefire line of 1953. The land stretches across the Korean Peninsula 155 miles from the mouth of Han River to the East Coast.
    It셲 one of the most well-preserved wild-life refuges where peace and tension coexist. The President of Korea, Park Geun-hye, is pushing to build a 쐏eace park in the DMZ as a new symbol of political reconciliation and ecological conservation.

    Historical Background
    The surrender of Japan in 1945 at the end of Pacific War saw the division of Korea by the 38th parallel line when the US and the Soviet Union moved into Korean Peninsula. The division line was intended to be a temporary political border, but the failure to hold free election throughout the peninsula in 1948 deepened the division between the two sides.
    The North Korean tanks crossed the 38th line at the dawn of June 25, 1950. The war lasted for three years and one month to cost more than two million people's lives. The ceasefire agreement was signed at Panmunjom on July 27, 1953. The armistice, not a peace treaty, is still in effect today.

    Major Tour Spots
    In essence, any DMZ tour is to experience the reality of division and to find the hope of future. The highlight of the tour is to explore a tunnel dug by North Korea. The tunnel was discovered by South Army as the third one among four tunnels, hence the name 쏷he Third Tunnel. It is a surreal experience to find a 1,635 meter tunnel at the depth of 73 meters underground. The infiltration tunnel was made by dangerous manual excavation work with dynamites, shovels and pick axes. The tunnel is located only four kilometers away from JSA, where the representatives of North Korea repeat their version of peace and reunification.
    The other tourism spots include an observatory and a train station. The observatory sits on the top of a hill, from which you can observe the north area including the 쏥aesung Industrial Complex, the 쏱ropaganda Village, a huge statue of North Leader Kim Il-sung, etc. The train station is the northern most one of South Korea and it is physically connected to the North railway system, which again is linked to the Trans Eurasian Railway Network. Regardless of the frustrating diplomacy surrounding the Korean Peninsula, here you can find a hope to go to Europe by TRS (Trans-Siberian Railway).

  • Itinerary

    What is the best way to go to DMZ? By joining the DMZ tour service of Cosmojin!

    The western part of DMZ lies only 52 kilometers away from Seoul to the north direction. However, there are no public transportation directly connecting DMZ and Seoul. Even after you manage to arrive at DMZ, you can see that the admission ticket is sold out after a long standing at the waiting line of the ticket booth. Some tourists find out that they have forgotten to bring their passport only after they are requested to show them to an MP of the military check point.

    Yes, the most reasonable way to DMZ is to use the specialized service of Cosmojin tour. You can put every worry down by one simple booking with Cosmojin, which has operated DMZ tour service for over fifteen years. You will be provided with:
    The best storytelling tour guide for DMZ
    The most convenient transportation to and from the DMZ (including a morning pick-up service at your hotel in Seoul)
    The total service including the admission fee to tour facilities of DMZ

    Highlights
    The 3rd Infiltration Tunnel
    Dora Observatory
    Dorasan Station
    Imjingak Park
    Unification Bridge
    Seoul historical ,Cultural and heritage tour of Seoul
    Visit an exhibition center to learn about the past, present and future of Korea셲 culture and politics
    Explore Gyeongbokgung Palace, the largest of the Five Grand Palaces and arguably Seoul셲 most beautiful
    Learn about life in Korea from ancient times to today at the National Folk Museum
    Witness the importance of Buddhism in Korean culture at Jogyesa Temple
    The best quality Jinseng Center or Amethyst Factory Outlet
    Hotel pick-up and transportation by air-conditioned vehicles

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    * DMZ Tour is closed on Mondays and National Holidays.
    * Passport required!
    * If there셲 an unannounced military training or official event in JSA the tour may be cancelled on the day of the tour with short notice.
    * Gyeongbok Palace will be replaced by another tourist attraction on Tuesdays.