The Linjing Pavilion area covers a large area. There are also the Peace Bell Pavilion and various sculptures in the scenic area. There are also four stone figures of different heights, facing North Korea and standing on a lush hillside.
South Korea, Gyeonggi-do Imjin Pavilion, the closest place to see the 38th line in the itinerary is different from what I expected. I didn't see the blue house where the peace agreement was signed. I was somewhat disappointed! Isn't there a group to the Blue House in Korea?
You can see the Freedom Bridge, which was used to exchange prisoners, and the steam engine train on the Gyeongui Line that was left intact and derailed due to attacks during the Korean War. Had lunch here before entering Panmunjom on a day trip.
This park is now a must-visit attraction for tourists visiting the DMZ. It is outside the demilitarized zone, but only with a group can come. Some local residents come back here to commemorate. The scenery is very good.
The two hostile areas are full of mystery, so you can take a look!
Around Imjingak, there is an altar that overlooks the hometown and expresses the feelings for ancestors-and an exhibition hall that displays more than 400 various materials and pictorials related to the military, politics, and society of North Korea. Also, the Imjin River Regional battle monuments, monuments to the participation of US troops, tanks and aircraft used in the Korean War. In addition, there are the Freedom Bridge, "Railway Dream Run (Gyeongui Line Railway Interruption Point)", Burmese Aung San Martyr's Diplomatic Envoy's comfort tower, etc. It is a place that remembers the pain of war and division, and is filled with a strong desire for unity. Sightseeing spot