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DMZ & JAS Tour

JAS Tour, Seoul day

Experience the historical and geopolitical significance of the Korean Peninsula with our Combined DMZ and JSA Tour. This unique tour offers a rare opportunity to visit the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) and the Joint Security Area (JSA), where North and South Korea meet. Witness the iconic blue conference buildings, explore the infiltration tunnels, and learn about the poignant history and ongoing tensions between the two Koreas. Join us for an unforgettable journey through one of the world's most heavily fortified borders.

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Imgingak Park

Imjingak is a park that was made in 1972 to give consolation to homesick of refugees who fled North Korea during the Korean War(1950~1953). It locates about 7km to the south from the Military Demarcation Line. It is allegedly about 2.5 million tourists who visit here annually.


Freedom Bridge

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Freedom Bridge is located at 2 kilometers north of Munsan, and it is the only path that connects between the south and north around Imjin river.
The history says Since about 13,000 war captives crossed this bridge crying Hurrah for freedom, which gave bridge its name, "the bridge of freedom".

Dorasan observatory


Situated in Paju-si, at the northernmost point of the Military Demarcation Line, the observatory allows visitors to overlook North Korea and various locations, including the Gaeseong Industrial Complex, North Korea's propaganda village, the Kim Il-Sung statue, and the Cooperation Farm.

The third infiltration tunnel

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The North built a secret tunnel across the DMZ for invading the South. The third tunnel was discovered in October 1978. The structure of the 3rd Tunnel is 1,635 meters long, 1.95 meters high, and 2.1 meters wide, penetrating 435 meters south of the Military Demarcation Line at a point only 4 kilometers south of the Truce Village of Panmunjom.

JSA & Panmunjeom

Pannmunjeom Joint Security Area

Pannmunjeom is located inside the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ), and it is the most forward location in the DMZ that can be visited by civilians. Although Panmunjeom is the common name of the area, the official name of the negotiating site is the Joint Security Area (JSA).
The JSA resembles a square measuring about 800 meters in diameter. After the Armistice Agreement was signed, the JSA  became a neutral location where the guards from both sides were allowed to move about freely. The JSA is a venue for exchanges and negotiations between the North and South. All Kinds of political and economic issue, cultural conferences and Red Cross meetings are held in the JSA. 

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<Price for persons>


  • Local English-speaking guide

  • All entrance Fee

  • Transport with hotel pick-up service

  • Transportation to and from the DMZ and JSA


  • Every Meal

  • Personal expense

  • Travel Insurance

<Please Note>

  • Please bring your passport (in order to enter the DMZ & JSA)
  • You cannot carry any belongs with you during the JSA tour
  • Dress code for JSA tour (Normal blue jeans are OK to wear, but no sleeveless shirts, t-shirts without the collar, short pants, skirts, sandals, slippers,  military-looking clothes, or clothing with a country flag or name of the nationality on it. 
  • Children under 12 years are not allowed 
  • A full-color scan of your passport picture page including the bar code at the bottom should be sent to us by email at least 7 days in advance.
  • The above itinerary, time and price can be changed depending on the current situation.
  • The JSA is controlled by the United Nations Command (UNC), so there are limited seats due to restrictions.
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