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During the early years of conflict the North build tunnels to infiltrate the South. Four have been discovered. The 3rd, 75 metres underground, was discovered in 1978 and was the next stop on our trip. When the South discovered the tunnel they built 3 separate walls blocking it. Then, sensing a significant money making venture they built their own tunnel from the ground down to tunnel 3 allowing tourist to see what the ...
... after those countries ended communism and became Western/US/democratic allies. This temporary **** has been going on since 1953! And nobody is giving in...
Also, I went into the nearby invasion tunnels but no cameras were allowed inside. It was around 800m (half a mile) to hike down into the "third" tunnel that North Korea built to speed up an advance by soldiers into South Korea. I'm guessing there are more still to be found!
Info on the palaces:
Gyeongbokgung Palace = Palace Greatly Blessed by Heaven (Wikipedia)
Jogyesa = Chief temple of the Jogye Order of Korean Buddhism (Wikipedia)
... 27th which was the 60th anniversary of the end of the Korean war, both North and South Korea held hands and celebrated together to represent the unity of both Koreas - an eventual goal for the two countries to make peace and become 1 Korea) with Kana and Ryuichi; Zach went to an all day metal show and I met Kana and Ruichi again for Korean BBQ lunch and watched the Men's soccer final between South Korea+Japan (lots of tension ...
... of fall. Its really a beautiful thing after thinking about something for so long and then all of a sudden you are there and doing exactly what you had planned to do. Feeling really good i navigated the short 10 minute stroll to my hostel. Was welcomed and shown to my room. Immediately i realized you had to take off your shoes in japan before entering a living space, and this made me smile. its rare you get asked to take off your shoes back home, and i was happy to do so. ...