“You’re technically in North Korea now,” said the guide. I looked out the window – there was the concrete barrier that denotes the Military Demarcation Line, and I was firmly on the North Korean side of it. Sure, we were…
A South Korean guardian of the DMZ. Vigilantly gazing across the borders in the hot summer sun.
This is an armored train used by North Korea during the war. It is located in Imjingak (임진각), the closest that most Korean citizens are allowed to the DMZ.
There is a fence at Imjingak, near the DMZ, where you can affix a ribbon with a message of hope or peace.