Armistice Agreement Halls

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Panmunjom, North Korea

Armistice Agreement Halls Panmunjom Reviews

Airportman Airportm…
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Halls were the Armistice Agreement were signed May 04, 2010
These halls were build only because the North Koreans refused to negotiate with the United Nations in tents. These buildings are not the ones people see inside Joint Securit Area (JSA). People (not North Koreans) can only visit them while staying in North Korea.

We visited them during our morning tour of the DMZ. A North Korean Army captain showed us around, telling the details of the agreement. Inside the buildings are not only the conference tables & chairs, but also the original documents, as well as photographs of the high ranked officials who took part in the talks.

As all the visits to the various sites were included in the tour, it was unknown to me about the costs. That's why I made them free.

(Note: pictures that show a * haven't been taken by me)
* Korean writing
The captain (center) & Miss Han (r…
* Korean writing
* Tables & chairs
Airportman says:
It's a shame you couldn't - hopefully more luck next time!
Posted on: Mar 22, 2011
sheperal says:
Amazing! I wanted so much to go to the DMZ when I was in Seoul, South Korea last month but I didn't have much time...
Posted on: Mar 22, 2011
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