Rise and Shine Tour

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- You must carry your passport on tour day.


- Passport copy and full payment are required until 5 days prior.


* Free Pick-up service is provided at most accommodation in Seoul



DMZ & Panmunjeom (JSA) Combined Full Day Tour
Available Every day except Sundays, Mondays and National Holidays

TOUR SPOT Seoul City / Vicinity
DURATION Pick-up (around 07:30) ~ 16:30

Transportation, Tour guide, Admission fee, Lunch


USD 135.00 125.00 p/p ((Min. 1) - *Special Price)
*Saturday onlyUSD 145.00 p/p (Min. 2)
* Not allow for child (under 11 years old)

- Except Every Sundays, Mondays & National Holidays.
- Registration is finished on 3 days prior.
- You must carry your passport on tour day.
- You CANNOT CANCEL Panmunjeom tours once the tour is reserved.
Even if you cannot join the tour on tour day, you have to pay the tour fee.
- The Panmunjeom tour program has much tension and only a few allowed people can join this tour.
- Reservation should be made at least 5 days before, but there is much possibility to be sold out the seats.
please ask the availability as earlier as you can to secure the seats in advance.
After inquiry, if the date you want is available ;
-After inquiry, if the date is available, please send us your passport copy via our E-mail.
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or Photographed file - All of letters and photo must be clear. >
Passport copy submit is compulsory to make a reservation for Panmunjeom(J.S.A) Tour.

E-mail : korea@dmzntour.com
*The approval cannot be done if you don’t send us your passport copy.

▶ Itinerary

Pick-up (Seoul) - Imjingak Park - Bridge of Freedom - DMZ Exhibition Hall - The 3rd Tunnel - Dora Observatory - Dorasan Station - Lunch - Unification Bridge (Check Passport) - Camp Bonifas (Slide Show & Briefing) - Joint Security Area (Freedom House – Conference Room – Bridge of No Return) - to Seoul - Drop at City Hall area

▶ Highlight of Tour

* This tour is full day tour including lunch and Panmunjeom (JSA).
* Provide transportation & guide (English)
* Payment : by cash or credit card in advance until 3 days prior at least through Paypal.
* This tour has limited seats per day and some days might be not available by full of seats in advance.
You'd better make an earlier reservation to guarantee the seat.
* Pick-up at your accommodation and check your passport.
* to Imjingak Park (takes 1 hour)
* Until transferring to DMZ bus, look around Bridge of Freedom, Memorial monument (Mangbaedan), Stopped train in Korean War at Imjingak Park
* Transfer to DMZ bus and visit The 3rd Tunnel & DMZ Exhibition Hall
* Walk down (500m) to The 3rd Tunnel which was built by North Korean after the war to move their soldiers.
* Watch a brief film at the DMZ Exhibition Hall and some displays which were related with Korean War.
* take bus and go to Dora Observatory where you can see North Korean land through telescope.
* go to Dorasan Station where is newly built as the north-end train station in South Korea.
* back to Imjingak Park and have a lunch with Korean food.
* Transfer to JSA bus with an expert guide for JSA and check your passport.
* You might follow the rules the guide gives you in advance before the tour starts.
* go to Camp Bonifas and watch the briefing film with explanation for JSA.
* You can see the border line and North Korean soldiers at the Panmunjeom.
* visit the conference room, Freedom House, the Bridge of No Return etc.
* back to Imjingak Park and go back to Seoul directly.
* Drop-off at City Hall area

▶ Information of Tourist Attraction

  • 경복궁

    Imjingak Park is a place where the sorrow caused by the Korean War occurred in June 1950 and the conflict between the south and the north of Korea remains in. There are a diversity of monuments including the monument in the Imjingang zone and the US soldiers’ monument in Imjingak Resort. A train which goes to Shineuiju, the northern end of the Korean Peninsula before the division between two Koreans is exhibited in Imjingak Resort.

    Mangbaedan is located to enable displaced people whose hometown was the North Korea to bow down to their parents or family in North Korea during the New Year’s Day and Chuseok. Sorrow of the dispersed family remains in Mangbaedan. 3,800,000 Korean and foreign visitors Imjingak Resort visit each year as the Peace Tourist Spot where people meditate on sorrow of the division between two Koreans and pray for the unification.
  • 수문장교대식

    The 3RD Infiltration Tunnel is total 1,635m long, 2 m (6.6ft) high, 2 m (6.6ft) wide and penetrates 435m south of Military Demarcation Line at a point only 4 km south of JSA. It runs through bedrock at a depth of about 73m (240ft) below ground. It is apparently designed for a surprise attack on Seoul from North Korea. The 3RD Tunnel, located in 52km distant from Seoul, was found in 1978 which could make 30,000 soldiers move per hour.

    From 2002 for tourists, the shuttle elevator (option for private tour), and the high-tech system’s DMZ theater have been installed and the diversity of sightseeing things are provided.
  • 수문장교대식

    The DMZ Exhibition Hall is comprised of four thematic exhibition halls, a special exhibition room, a theatre, and other facilities. The theatre screens 3-D movies about the Korean War, including one film that takes the audience back in time to the signing of the armistice and the creation of the DMZ (8 minutes). The theater also features a documentary on the ecology of the DMZ (7 minutes). The Special Exhibition Hall displays photographs and other materials regarding rare species found within the DMZ.

  • 수문장교대식

    Dora Observatory is the northernmost observatory of South Korea from which visitors can view a part of North Korean life through a telescope’ such as Mt. Songaksan in Gaeseong ’Kim Il-seong statue’ Gijeong-dong’ the outskirts of Gaeseong-si’ Train smokestack at Jangdan station’ and Geumamgol (collective farm). It opened to the public in Jan. 1987 From Dora Observatory’ tourists can view the North Korean propaganda village in the DMZ and as far north as the city of Gaeseong.

  • 수문장교대식

    Dorasan Station is the northernmost station of the South Korea which is 700m distant from the southern boundary line of DMZ, the civil control zone. Dorasan Station will play the role of customs and entry for Chinese and Russian people and goods as well as the North Koreans if Gyeongui Line Railroad connection is completed and the traffic is possible between two Koreans. Also, Dorasan Station contains the historical meaning as a symbolic place of the division between two Koreans and a gateway of the south-north exchange.

  • 수문장교대식

    Panmunjeom is located about 60 km northwest of Seoul along with the United Nation Command Military Armistice Commission (UNCMAC). Originally, the area used to be called “Neolmun-ri”. However, the area was designated as a new location for armistice talks in October, 1951, and the name of the area was written in Chinese as Panmunjom for the convenience of Chinese representatives.
    As of today, Panmunjeom refers to the Joint Security Area (JSA), a 400m x 800m rectangular area, set up on the Military Demarcation Line within the UNCMAC compound and reserved for talks between the United Nations Command (UNC) and its Communist counterparts (North Korea and China). When the JSA was first created, UNCMAC officials from both sides were allowed to move freely within the Area. However, that is not the case anymore with the enforcement of the dividing line (or the MDL) within the JSA in the wake of the ‘Axe Murder Incident of 18th August, 1976.

    Although its official address is Jo-San Lee, Kun-Nae District, Paju city, Gyeonggi province, the JSA has been under the control of United Nations Command in accordance with the Korean Armistice Agreement.