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Panmunjom (JSA) Tour

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Regular Price: $78.00

Special Price $72.00

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Minimum Pax: 1
Time Required: 08:00-15:30
(Except Sundays Mondays, National Holidays)
Regular price :  US$ 78
Now Promotion : US$ 72


Course: 
Hotel - Unification Observatory or Imjingak Park - Lunch - ID Check point - Camp Bonifas (Slide show and Briefing) - Panmunjom (JSA) Tour (Freedom House, Conference room, Bridge of No Return) - Drop off at Lotte Hotel 
You must carry your passport on tour day.

<< Regulation >>

- When you arrive at Conference room, do not touch any equipment such as microphones or flags belonging to the communist side.
- Do not speak with, make any gesture toward or in any way, approach or respond to personnel from the other side.
- Sometimes military or other official considerations prevent entry into the joint security area. 
- Casual clothes such as ripped jeans, sleeveless shirts, mini skirt, short pants, military cloth, 
exercise clothes, round neck t shirt, and sandal(slippers) are not permitted in the tour area. 
- Shaggy or unkempt hair is not allowed either.
The cameras with over 90mm zooming lens are not allowed. 
- Children under 11 years are not allowed.
- Tour time is flexible according to local circumstances.
- While on tour if any program cancelled according to unexpected local situation, no refund will be provided. 




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Panmunjom (JSA) Tour

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DMZ TourⅡ: Panmunjeom(JSA)
(板門店ツアー / 板门店观光)

09:00 ~ 17:00 Tue~Fri ₩87,000p/p Saturday ₩95,000p/p
(Min. 1 person / Lunch included)

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

ホテル → ロッテホテル → 統一展望台 又は 臨津閣公園 → 昼食 → パスポート確認 → キャンプボニパス(スライドショー) → 板門店 觀光(平和の家, 軍事停戦委員会会議場, 帰らざる橋, 斧蛮行事件場所) → キャンプボニバス → ロッテホテル到着後解散

❉ TUE~FRI, Except National Holiday
If you come to Lotte hotel on your own for the tour, The price is KRW 77,000(Saturday: KRW85,000p/p)

The JSA & Panmunjeom
Panmunjeom 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.
Panmumjeom is located in the western portion of the 155-mile long DMZ
on the Military Demarcation Line (MDL) and it demonstrates the great
sorrow of the divided country.

 

 




The 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. It was the only place in the DMZ where the MDL was originally not cleared marked. That changed after North Korean guards murdered two UNC officers with axes on 18 August 1976. After the Ax Murder incident, the MDL was marked within the JSA, and that marking system continues until today. Today, the only place where border crossings are allowed is inside the conference buildings of the Military Armistice Commission(MAC). The MDL in the JSA is marked with one hundred and twenty-six 1 meter-high white stakes, along the boundary line a 10-meter interval. In the rest of the DMZ, the boundary is marked with MDL Markers. Each side owns six guard posts in the JSA and on more than thirty-five armed guards can be present on each side. 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.

Panmunjeom
Panmunjeom is located inside the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ), and it is the most forward location in the DMZ that can be visited by civilians. 
The administrative address is Kyunggi-do Paju-si Jinseo-myun Neolum-li (for the South Korean portion), and Kaesung-jikhalsi Panmun-joon Panmunjeom-ri (for the North Korean side). 
Although Panmunjeom is the common name of the area, the official name of the negotiating site is the Joint Security Area (JSA). 
Panmumjom is located in the western portion of the 155-mile long DMZ on the Military Demarcation Line (MDL) and it demonstrates the great sorrow of the divided country. 
Panmumjeom is located 62 kilometers northwest of Seoul, the capital of South Korea, and 215 kilometers south of Pyongyang, the capital of North Korea, 10 kilometers from Kaesong.



Panmun Gak
Panmun Gak is the main building managed by the North Koreans in the JSA. It is located about 80meters north of the Freedom House. It was constructed in September 1969 and is used as an office and command post for the North Korean guard force and as a stand by room for MAC meeting attendees. It is also used as a place for propaganda and instigation activities directed against the South. Every August 15th, a mass propaganda rally is held in front of this building under the name of the "8.15 Pan-National Rally".



The "Bridge of No Return"

The "Bridge of No Return" is located at the west end of the JSA and is bisected by the MDL. In front of the "Bridge of No Return" is also where the tragic Ax Murder Incident occurred in 1976. Before the incident, the "Bridge of No Return" was the only pathway connecting North and South. Currently the bridge is blocked off with a wall on the North Korean end. Today, that route goes via the "72 Hours Bridge". The Brige is called the "72 Hours Bridge" because North Koreans built it in three days. The "Bridge of No Return" got its name from the prisoner repatriation operation after the Armistice Agreement was signed . The prisoners were exchanged across this bridge and given a choice to either cross the bridge to return to their original country or to remain on the side of their captors. However, once they crossed the bridge, they were not allowed to cross back to the other side and hence the name the "Bridge of No Return". The numbers of the prisoners exchanged from 5 August to 6 September 1953 were 13,444 UNC and 82,493 Communist troops. The guard posts on each side of the bridge were the setting for the popular korean movie "JSA".

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