A glimpse at North Korea

Mimi And Chris On Tour

The next day was about history: To get a better understanding of Korea’s past and the current  situation between North and South Korea, we went on a tour to the so called “DMZ”. DMZ stands for demilitarised zone, which divides North and South Korea.

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We started at Imjingak Park, where we visited the bridge of freedom. It received its name after both parts of Kore agreed to a ceasefire and the exchange of prisoners of war who were transported in a train that went of the bridge, hence bridge of freedom.

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Next up was a visit at the 3rd infiltrationtunnel the North Koreans had built in order to attack the South. To date, they have build a total of 4 tunnels (at least the South Koreans have found 4 tunnels so far) but could never use them to attack, because they were always discovered before they actually…

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