Linjin Pavilion is a security attraction built by the South Korean government to pray for the reunification of the Korean Peninsula and comfort those Koreans who separated their loved ones in the Korean War. It is only a few kilometers away from the Korean-Korean military demarcation line. There is a must-visit attraction in Linjin Pavilion called "Freedom". The bridge is where the Chinese and North Korean forces and the United Nations exchange prisoners after the Korean War. The more than 10,000 Korean soldiers who were captured were returned to South Korea after passing through the bridge.
The bridge has a very important position in Korean history, with many reminiscent articles and monuments next to it, for several years of Korean independence.
The Bridge of Freedom (FreedomBridge) is located behind the Wangbai Temple in front of Linjin Pavilion Square. It is a bridge laid after the signing of the Korean War Armistice Agreement in 1953. It is 83 meters long. This is where the two sides exchanged prisoners of war. More than 12,000 prisoners of war returned to South Korea from the bridge, shouting "Long live freedom" as they passed it, and the bridge was named after it
The lions were leaning on both ends of the bridge, and were very powerful, with the famous vegetable market at one end of the bridge.