Northeast Asia | Panmunjeom, the ‘real’ DMZ and a tourism of tragedy

Panmunjeom, the ‘real’ DMZ and a tourism of tragedy

The truce village may be the Koreas most iconic landmark, but it bears little resemblance to the Korean frontline. Our Northeast Asian correspondent takes you there – and dispels a few misconceptions

January 8, 2018 6:39 PM (UTC+8)
A South Korean soldier stationed at the JSA gazes into North Korea. Photo: Andrew Salmon
A South Korean soldier stationed at the JSA gazes into North Korea. Photo: Andrew Salmon
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