Panmunjom

Panmunjom, Korea Rep.

Travel Blogs from Panmunjom

Panmunjom Travel Blogs (66)
Seoul & DMZ (North Korea Border) - Day 140, Panmunjom, Korea Rep. travel blog

Seoul & DMZ (North Korea Border) - Day 140

A travel blog entry by christosp

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... The tunnel was hand dug through the gratnite bed rock 75 metres underground by the North Koreans. The tunnel penetrated into South Korea by many hundreds of metres before being discovered. It's said that 10000-15000 troops could pass through the tunnel ...

In Front of Them All, Panmunjom, Korea Rep. travel blog

In Front of Them All

A travel blog entry by darkstar

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... the stills are chaotic and surreal, as is the repeated reference to "the 1976 Axe Murder Incident". Before our tour to Panmunjom we sign a waiver that absolves the military of all responsibility for "entry into a hostile area and possibility of injury or ...

Hangin

Hangin' with Kim Jong Ill

A travel blog entry by jay29

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I tried to hug a North Korean border guard but I got shot.  Rather rude, I thought. The North-South Korean border is still the most heavily fortified border in the world with upwards of 500,000 soldiers guarding it at any given time. I took ...

Panmunjom, April 12, 2007 - Thursday, Panmunjom, Korea Rep. travel blog

Panmunjom, April 12, 2007 - Thursday

A travel blog entry by the_wayfarer

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... soldier standing at the doorway of "Panmungak", the North Korean visitors center directly across from the South's. That's North Korea's own pompous propaganda palace facing the demarcation line. Of course, this one is accessible only from the Northern ...

Attractions in Panmunjom

Panmunjom Attractions (2)
Demilitarized Zone

Demilitarized Zone

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Panmunjom, Korea Rep.

The fortified border between North and South Korea.

Camp Bonifas

Camp Bonifas

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Panmunjom, Korea Rep.

The American base at the demilitarized zone.