You can see the North Korean side, the Kaesong Industrial Park, the two villages in the DMZ, and their flag poles (haha). You can use the telescope with 500 won coins. You cannot take pictures at the observatory, you can only take pictures behind a certain yellow line before reaching the observatory, so everyone’s photos are from this angle...
South Koreans built a railway station near Panmunjom, the northernmost of Korea, and dreamed of a direct route from Pyongyang to China, to continental Europe, now a tourist attraction.
The train station, which is the northernmost in Korea, now runs from Seoul to Pyongyang, and has been used as a tourist attraction for 500 won.
The station was the northest station in South Korea, and it was a long way to North Korea. For political reasons, the section to North Korea is not available now. The station is empty, but there are few people, mainly tourists. To get in, you pay 500 won for a ticket to get inside and feel the impact of the political struggle on the people.
The north end of the South Korean railway, a large, brand-new station, was originally planned as one of the railways to Pyongyang, but plans to open the line have been put on hold, with several DMZ sightseeing trains running daily.