E) 07:40 ~14:30 Morning minimum Pax: 1
F) 07:40 ~15:00 Morning + Lunch minimum Pax:1
No Tour day: Every Mondays & National Holidays
Fee: E) \46,000 -\44,000p/p (more than 3 persons group has special D.C.- \41,000p/p-only for morning tour) F) \55,000 -\53,000p/p
*Special price for online reservation
E) Korea Tourism Organization (KTO) Building - Hongik University Subway Station Exit 1 - Imjingak Park (Freedom Bridge, Memorial Stone) - Dorasan Station - Dora Observatory - The 3rd infiltration Tunnel - DMZ Theater / Exhibition Hall - Ginseng Center - Dimissed in front of City Hall
F) E + Lunch
*My pick up point was at Boa Guest House.
|First stop was Imjingak Park.|
Nothing much here.
We did not have enough time to check out the Freedom Bridge.
|Only enough time for a toilet break and checking out the Peace Bell.|
|Our tour guide told us dynamites were hidden on the bridges for a purpose.|
Next, we walked over to the DMZ Theater/Exhibition Hall and we had only sufficient time to choose either the theater or the Exhibition Hall. We decided to go for the Exhibition Hall.
|No regrets to choose the Exhibition Hall.|
It was quite interesting actually.
|Our third stop was the Dora Observatory, where tourists can view the North Korean propaganda village in the DMZ using the telescopes.|
|You can buy a ticket to experience the ride.|
We did not try it though..
|Hope this can really come true in the near future...|
Our tour at DMZ ended around 1pm. The last stop was a visit to a Ginseng Center which was located in Hapjeong. We were given a choice to tour the Ginseng Center or leave the tour from there. People who continued with the visit to the Ginseng Center can either choose to get off at City Hall or Hongdae. The couple and I did a quick visit to the Ginseng Center becos my colleague requested me to buy some ginseng for him. From the Ginseng Center, we went to Sangsu for our lunch.