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JSA (Panmunjom) Half Day Tour from Seoul (Tuesday to Friday)

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JSA military armistice commission conference room

Witness the tension between North and South Korea at Panmunjom (JSA). See important locations like Imjingak and the Bridge of Freedom. Stand at the border where military personnel always keep watch.

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Ideal for visitors with limited time in Seoul, this half day tour allows you to get a quick taste of the JSA (Joint Security Area), where all negotiations between North and South Korea have been held since 1953.

The border line (MDL) goes through the conference rooms and through the conference table where the North Koreans and the United Nations Command, mainly made up of South Koreans and Americans, still meet face to face.
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by: Todd S.
My daughter and I really enjoyed the tour to the JSA. It was a great idea to start the tour at the Korean War Museum to understand the background of the Korean War. Our tour guide was great! She ha...more
It was the third time for me to participate in sightseeing tour of Panmunjeom(JSA). The last time I participated in it was about 5 years ago, and the details of the tour was kind of changed(sightseei...more
I was scared a little at first, but I am happy to have visited there. The seat of the bus was designated. It was worthwhile to see the War Memorial Hall and I am glad to see it. On the way, we ca...more
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