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[Summary]DMZ from North Korea Barbed wire line all fences; tank traps enclose us and the remainder is a laden, active minefield. One million soldiers stand guard overseeing from outposts, gazing across the border into forbidden lands once unified and the eyes

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DMZ from North Korea

Barbed wire line all fences; tank traps enclose us and the remainder is a laden, active minefield. One million soldiers stand guard overseeing from outposts, gazing across the border into forbidden lands once unified and the eyes of the South Korean military. The peace treaty was never signed, the war between the North and South of Korea still rages now over 60 years on. At least technically, anyway — and the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ); the border between two countries now worlds apart serves as the best reminder. Here, in the eye of the storm at Panmunjom…a one metre misstep would likely see you shot or an extensive visit to a North Korean ‘re-education’ camp.

UN: North Korea Plants Mines Inside DMZ | Military.com

SEOUL, South Korea — The American-led U.N. Command in South Korea on Tuesday accused North Korea of planting land mines near a truce village inside the Demilitarized Zone that divides the two Koreas.

Much of the border, one of the world's most dangerous flashpoints, is strewn with land mines and laced with barbed wire. But South Korean media said no land mines had been planted in the area of the truce village of Panmunjom until North Korea placed an unspecified number there last week.

Korean Demilitarized Zone

The Korean Demilitarized Zone (Korean: 한반도 비무장지대) is a piece of land running across the Korean Peninsula that serves as a buffer zone between North and South Korea. The DMZ cuts the Korean Peninsula almost in half, crossing the 38th parallel. The west end of the DMZ is south of the parallel and the east end is to the north of it. It is 250 kilometres (160 miles) long,[1] and about 4 km (2.5 mi) wide and is the most highly militarized border in the world.[2][3] The border between both Koreas in the Yellow Sea and its coastline is known as the Northern Limit Line. Both sides of the Northern Limit Line are also heavily guarded.

Tired of conflict: Life near the Korean DMZ

Just a few miles south of the DMZ sits the town of Jung-myeon. A week ago, a North Korean artillery shell sent the entire town below ground to the bomb shelters.

Visiting DMZ of North Korea from Seoul, South Korea | Seek the World

When South Korea came in the picture, first thing came to me if there were any chance of me visiting North Korea without any harm or threat towards myself. Of course, I did my research while I planned my trip to Seoul and I learned more about Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) where Clinton quoted ” Scariest place on Earth.”

North Korea plants land mines near truce village inside DMZ, UN claims | Fox News

The American-led U.N. Command in South Korea on Tuesday accused North Korea of planting land mines near a truce village inside the Demilitarized Zone that divides the two Koreas.

Much of the border, one of the world's most dangerous flashpoints, is strewn with land mines and laced with barbed wire. But South Korean media said no land mines had been planted in the area of the truce village of Panmunjom until North Korea placed an unspecified number there last week.

DMZ (Korea) – Travel guide at Wikivoyage

The Korean Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) runs along the complete 248 km land border between North Korea and South Korea and is 4 km wide. This article will cover visiting only from South Korea for practical purposes. Visiting the peace village of Panmunjeom covers tours from both from North Korea and South Korea for that specific part of the DMZ.

What NOT To Do at the DMZ -- Border South Korea and North Korea

DMZ North Korea and South Korea

Andrea Feczko pushes the boundaries at the DMZ--North Korea and South Korea's militarized border! Watch more @How2Travelers videos! http://www.youtube.com/su...

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