The Joint Security Area. The North Korean border lies in the middle of the blue UN buildings
A rare North Korean tour group
A North Korea guard stands watch in the DMZ
The concrete beam represents the border
A South Korean ROK soldier guards the door to North Korea
Selfie in North Korea
This South Korean soldier is stradling the border.
The infamous flagpole in Kijŏng-dong, North Korea's propaganda village
"The Bridge of No Return" where POWS could choose their country at the end of the war.
The infamous flagpole in Kijŏng-dong, North Korea's propaganda village, was once the tallest in the world
Guard post and seated figure just outside Kijŏng-dong, North Korea.
A North Korean Observation Tower
One of the original MDL (Military Demarcation Line) signs which mark the actual broder between North and South Korea.
The photo booth at the DMZ visitor center.
Dorasan Station, the last train station on the South Korean line heading North
At Imjingak Park, visitors tie colorful ribbons to the barbed wire in the hopes of a unified Korea
South Korea soliders at Imjingak Park
The view of North Korea from Odusan Unification Observatory
The view across the Imjin River of North Korea from Odusan Unification Observatory
Even the DMZ has its cartoon mascots in Korea