Concrete Wall, Kaesong

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Landmark · Tourist Spot
Marking the border between two countries, Concrete Wall is most often seen through a telescope. Climb to the watchtower to see the wall and the structure of the border. Visit the museum, where two countries signed armistice agreement (the document lies under the glass and is well-preserved), or head to the blue huts where negotiations take place. You may get the feeling of standing in the intense war zone, but the site is said to be completely safe. On site you can buy souvenirs in the gift shop. Plan a trip to Kaesong easily and quickly by telling Inspirock to suggest an itinerary.
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  • This review is about as biased as a review get. I have fantasized about visiting this surreal site for over a decade. Watched YouTube videos, scanned the news feeds for images of Trump and Kim...  more »
  • An overview of the complex fortification system on the southern boundary of the DMZ provided by a Military Guide. A must see. Military Officer allows photos after presentation.  more »
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