DMZ Tour Morning

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  • Time 08:00-14:30 Number of persons 1
    Pick up Place → Imjingak Park → The Unification Bridge → ID Check → DMZ theater and exhibition hall → The 3rd Infiltration Tunnel → Dora Observatory → Dorasan Station → Amethyst or Ginseng Center → Myeongdong
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Why Cosmojin

Welcome to Cosmojin. Thanks for your interest and support for our service.

Cosmojin travel has run Seoul daily city tour for more than 15 years. We developed the most attractive tour packages for visitors and will continue to create new programs to meet international traveler’s need.

We help you to plan your own Seoul city tour with well-prepared theme and organized time table. You will find the most convenient way to enjoy Seoul with Cosmojin.

We hire the best tour guides with good service experience especially for foreigners and they all get great feedbacks from the customers. They are all proud of what they do for visitors to make your every corner of visits memorable and meaningful.

Transportation is another important things define travel quality. We provides brand new and clean cars with reasonable price for various tour packages.

There is Korean saying "Even a chance meeting is due to the Karma in a previous life." We will serve you as our family and friend as we want you to remember the time with us as a great memory. There are so much fun in Seoul and we cannot wait to introduce all of them. It does not matter morning, afternoon or late night. You will be surprised what you can enjoy in every second. We look forward to meeting you soon. You will enjoy guided tour with interesting secret and meanimeaningful.

Transportation is another important things define travel quality. We provides brand new and clean cars with reasonable price for various tour packages.

There is Korean saying "Even a chance meeting is due to the Karma in a previous life." We will serve you as our family and friend as we want you to remember the time with us as a great memory. There are so much fun in Seoul and we cannot wait to introduce all of them. It does not matter morning, afternoon or late night. You will be surprised what you can enjoy in every second. We look forward to meeting you soon. You will enjoy guided tour with interesting secret and meaningful information that you cannot find elsewhere. Aren’t you excited about the best guide, the best customer, the best place and the best tour course?

Tour Highlights

DMZ Tour: Introduction
The DMZ is a buffer zone between the two Koreas, bisecting the Korean Peninsula
The DMZ has been the most popular tourist destination in Korea for foreigners since the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989. The purpose of the zone is to prevent the recurrence of war between North & South Korea.
The zone stretches 2 km north and south respectively from the ceasefire line of 1953. The land stretches across the Korean Peninsula 155 miles from the mouth of Han River to the East Coast.
It's one of the most well-preserved wild-life refuges where peace and tension coexist. The President of Korea, Park Geun-hye, is pushing to build a “peace park” in the DMZ as a new symbol of political reconciliation and ecological conservation.

Historical Background
The surrender of Japan in 1945 at the end of Pacific War saw the division of Korea along the 38th parallel, when the US and the Soviet Union moved into the Korean Peninsula. The line was intended to be a temporary political border, but the failure to hold free elections throughout the peninsula in 1948 deepened the division between the two sides.
North Korean tanks crossed the 38th parallel at dawn on June 25, 1950. The war lasted for three years and one month, costing more than two million people's lives. The ceasefire agreement was signed at Panmunjom on July 27, 1953. The armistice, not a peace treaty, is still in effect today.

Major Tour Destinations
In essence, any DMZ tour is meant to experience the reality of division and to find hope for the future. The highlight of the tour is to explore a tunnel dug by North Korea. The tunnel was discovered by the South Korean Army as the third one among four tunnels, hence the name “The Third Tunnel.” It is a surreal experience to find a 1,635 meter tunnel at a depth of 73 meters underground. The infiltration tunnel was made by dangerous manual excavation work with dynamite, shovels and pick axes. The tunnel is located only four kilometers away from the JSA, where the representatives of North Korea repeat their version of peace and reunification.
The other tourism spots include an observatory and a train station. The observatory sits on the top of a hill, from which you can observe the northern area including the “Gaesung Industrial Complex,” the “Propaganda Village,” a huge statue of North Korean Leader Kim Il-sung, etc. The train station is the northern most one of South Korea and it is physically connected to the North Korean railway system, which again is linked to the Trans Eurasian Railway Network. Regardless of the frustrating diplomacy surrounding the Korean Peninsula, here you can find the possibility of going to Europe by TRS (Trans-Siberian Railway).

What You Can Expect

The west side of DMZ lies only 52 kilometers far from Seoul in the north direction. However, there is no public transportation directly linked DMZ to Seoul. Even after you manage to arrive at the DMZ, you can see that the pass check is sellout after a long standing in the waiting line of the ticket office. Some traveler finds out that they have forgotten to bring their passport only after they are requested to show them to an MP of the military checkpoint.

Yes, the wisest way to DMZ is to use the particular service of Seoulcitytourbooking tour. You don’t need to worry by one simple booking with Seoulcitytourbooking, which has run a DMZ tour service for over 15 years. You will be offered with:
• The best storytelling tour guide for DMZ
• The most comfortable transportation to and from the DMZ (containing a morning pick-up service at your hotel in Seoul)
• The total service, including the entrance fee to tour the facilities of the DMZ

 Highlights
• Dorasan Station
• Imjingak Park
• Unification Bridge
• The best quality Ginseng Center or Amethyst Factory Outlet
• Dora Observatory
• Unification Bridge
• The 3rd Infiltration Tunnel



Paris has the Eiffel Tower, Germany has the Berlin Wall, and Korea has DMZ!!!

DMZ is unique to Korea! Now is the time to visit it!

Let’s make a memorable trip to the Demilitarized Zone. You can have it only in Korea.


DMZ tour you don't want to miss in Korea

(The number of foreigners visiting DMZ grows 30% each year! A evidence that it’s interesting and worth a visit)


Located within one-hour distance from Seoul!

Half-day plan from your itinerary will suffice. No big deal!

Our Dmz Tour Service provides comfortable and wonderful special experience to you.

Let’s join DMZ tour with Seoulcitytourbooking


DMZ Tour Itinerary

08:00-14:30(a six hours travel back and forth)

President Hotel -> Imjingak -> Tongildaegyo(bridge) -> passport/ID examination -> DMZ showroom and video room -> 3rd Tunnel ->

Dorasan Observatory -> Dorasan Station -> via Tongil Village -> Crystal Center -> Myeongdong Sanding




DMZ is an area extend over 2km out from the border of both Koreas, a large scale of 64 million Pyeong(and around 50,156 each). Along this DMZ bisecting the two Koreas stand almost 2 million armed armies from both sides. In the DMZ, you can see historical places breaking the heart of so many Koreans.

It is a silent and calm place good preserving environment because no one has been allowed to get in for the past 4 decades. It’s also well-known for being home to precious wild nature and wildlife. Seen from the distance, DMZ looks alarming, but once you get to know it deeply, you actually notice it one of the safest security ecology tourist attractions.


Do not miss an interesting trip to the world-unique demilitarized zone.


DMZ Tour point !


+ Purposeful to visit the Dorasan Train Station, which would be the first station that connects Eurasian Continent (Asia and Europe).

+ DMZ is a place where it connects historically the past, present and future of Korea.

+ It is the tourist attraction because you can only see a divided nation in the world in Korea

+ Discover the 3rd Underground Tunnel near the DMZ that would have rewritten Korean history if it was not found.

+ Thrilling walk in the most dangerous tunnel closest to South Korea, through which more than 500 soldiers and even tanks can go through.

+ DMZ is the top tourist attraction for foreign visitors and they pay to visit Korea for that.



DMZ Tour Course



It is a place scalding with Koreans’ sorrow due to the 6.25 Korean War. 

It is a security-reunification tourist attraction with its Mangbaedan(alter) for the displaced whose hometowns are in North Korea, Freedom Bridge as a representative, estate of the Koran War, Bell of Peace and so forth. Especially, Mangbaedan is famous as a place the displaced perform an ancestral rite on the occasions of Chooseok (Korean Thanksgiving) and Lunar New Year. After the truth, South Korean soldiers accorded during the Korean War, when they went down south, used Freedom Bridge, whose southern end are pendent hundreds of thousand ribbons of peace, designing an extravagant.



[Tongildaegyo(Unification Bridge]

Its northern part is a civilian control place and the first door to the DMZ. Everyone, male or female, Korean or foreigner, should receive a license to cross the bridge. If one is a foreigner, he/she has to bring passport and if Korean, ID before traversing the bridge. This bridge is also famous because Jeong, Juyeong, founder of Hyundai Group crossed to visit North Korea with a herd of 500 cows in 1998.



[DMZ showroom, video room]

It is a rare museum within the civilian control line. The museum, which the nation and the county had spent 44.5 billion Korean won, and it was officially opened on 08, 14, 2009. DMZ Showroom displays, brochure used during the 6.25 Korean Civil War, bayonets, empty cartridges, military letters, pottery found on DMZ, taxidermied birds and etc. DMZ Video Room features three-dimensional moving pictures. By watching them, you can easily find out how Korea got divided.



[The 3rd Underground Tunnel]

The Third Unground Tunnel burrow out by the North could send 30,000 soldiers per hour to invade the South. It’s wide enough for even tanks can go through. It has elevators and you can go down either on foot or by train. When you go down on foot, you must wear anti-slip shoes since it’s dotted with slippery areas. In the tunnel, you are allowed to get as close as 200 meters to the Military Demarcation Line (MDL). You will get amazed.



[Dorasan Observatory]

It is the place you have the best view of the North since it’s located on the southern border of the DMZ, that is, in the northernmost part of South Korea. Here, you can see with the naked eye, the barbed wire fence put along the MDL, and during a clear day, you can see the North Korean villages and Gaesung Industrial Park of the North. Watching the North Korea close enough to reach, again, you get aware of the divided Korean Peninsula.



[Dorasan Train Station]

It’s not the last station in the South, but the first station to the North. Should Korea be re-united, it would be the starting and arriving point of transcontinental railway traveling which go through the Eurasian Continent. The train doesn’t run as now. It obtained international attention in 2002, when George Bush, president of America and Kim, Daejung, president of Korea visited it. Thenceforth, it began to rise as a bring tourist attraction even in the eyes of foreign reporters.



[Tongilmaeul(Reunification Village)]

The village in DMZ as an eco-friendly village with its rich farming land and nature-given setting is the only place in the world, access to and it controlled by the military. Especially, cold soybean grown in its fertile land rich in calcium and protein is known as nutritious choice food.

It has obtained so much popularity as the village’s indigenous product that it is the most favorite memento of those visiting the village.


The DMZ tour package is made up with courses well, which shows the sad history of Korean division. Let’s set out on a trip to sorrow historical places hidden in the dark side of brilliant, advanced Korea.


You can move individually up to Imjingang Station, but only specific buses can cross the Tongildaegyo(bridge) so you have to hop on one of them.

The Seoulcitytourbooking Tour starts from Seoul and led by guides who can speak English which is the most efficient.

Tour Included

Guide, Transportation, Admission Fee

Pick-up & Sending Service

1. Morning tours end at Myeongdong. (Drop-off service back to your hotel is an additional charge of KRW 20,000 per person)

Payment / Cancelation

1. Cancel by 18:00 one day before the scheduled tour: 100% REFUND
2. Cancel after 18:00 one day before the tour date: cancellation fee of 100% of the tour cost.
3. Cancel at or after the tour begins or no-show: NO REFUND


1. Passport is required!
2. DMZ Tour is closed on Mondays and National Holidays.
3. Lunch is not included in a half day tour.
4. In case some sites of the tours are closed, a visit to alternative places will apply.
5. When it is closed in case of some special situation.DMZ will be replaced by plan B non-refundable(Heavy rain or snow, military training)
* Plan B: Please refer to URL :

6. For your safety, stay with the group and follow the directions of the guide during a group tour
7. Cosmojin cannot take responsibility for any injuries or losses incurred while on tour.

Cosmojin is registered in liability insurance corresponding KRW 300,000,000 for travel business license.

- The customers are not registered for accident insurance covering the medical expenses in case of accidents happening on the day of the event, so please check beforehand with the tour guide if customers are registered with travel insurance from homeland.

- Please refer to the special terms and conditions on the website for insurance coverage.


  • Imjingak Park

    Imjingak, located 7 km from the Military Demarcation Line, is now at the forefront of tourism related to the Korean War. It was built in 1972 with the hope that someday unification would be possible. Three-storied Imjingak is surrounded by several monuments, Unification Park and North Korea Center.

    400 kinds of photos and documents showing the stark reality of North Korea are displayed in the North Korea Center of Unification Board. Outside Imjingak, there are 12 kinds of tanks and crafts on display that were used during the war.

    Mangbaedan Alter, which stands opposite of Imjingak, is famous for the place where people from North Korea visit and perform ancestral rites by bowing toward their hometown every New Year's Day and Chuseok (Korean Thanksgiving). The Bridge of the Freedom, South Koreans crossed when they came back to their mother country from North Korea, stands behind Mangbaedan Alter.

    In front of Imjingak is the Gyeongui Train Line which was destroyed during the Korean War in 1950. It has been under construction since 2000. Every year many events for unification are held at Imjingak. Imjingak is now one of the famous tourist spots for foreigners in Gyeonggi-do because it is possible to visit without going through any security check points

  • The Unification Bridge

    The bridge is more like a symbolic bridge built back in 1998, wishing unification between two Koreas.

    It was built by Hyundai Business Group of South Korea. Underneath the bridge you can see a river which is called Imjingang, coming down from North Korea. The bridge also has a nickname which is the “Cow Bridge”. The founder of Hyundai whose name was Jung Juyoung crossed this bridge and went to North Korea back in 1998 with precisely 1,001 cows. Since then, we have been calling it the cow bridge. Of course all the cows he took with him were part of humanitarian donations for North Korean people.

  • ID Check

    If you look outside, you can see some soldiers wearing a green color camouflage uniform. They are South Korean soldiers or ROK soldiers currently serving their mandatory military service for 21 months. All men in South Korea have to serve the military mandatorily for 21 months, but it’s not required for women. I also served for 26 months a long time ago right after college, and it was longer than right now. Military service is getting shorter and shorter. However, the situation is a lot more terrible in North Korea. First of all, it’s mandatory for both genders, men and women. Men have to serve for 10 years while women serve for 7 years, but this is just for normal kinds of soldiers. For a special forces like Marine Corps and Airborne, they have to serve for 13 years. 

  • DMZ theater and exhibition hall

    It’s a unique museum within the civilian control line. The museum, on which the nation and provinces had spent 44.5 billion Korean won, officially opened on 08, 14, 2009. DMZ Showroom displays leaflets used during the 6.25 Korean Civil War, military letters, bayonets, empty cartridges, pottery found in DMZ, taxidermied birds and etc. DMZ Video Room features three-dimensional moving pictures. By watching them, you can easily understand how Korea got divided. 


  • The 3rd Infiltration Tunnel

    The highlight of the DMZ tour is to explore a tunnel dug by North Korea.

    Since 1974, South Army has discovered four tunnels crossing the MDL. The tunnels are believed to have been planned as a military invasion or infiltration route. Each tunnel is large enough to enable the passage of thirty thousand soldiers in one hour.

    The 3rd tunnel discovered in 1978 penetrates into South Korea by 435 meters beyond the ceasefire line. You are going to hear how the tunnel was discovered with more detailed information. After listening to the story, you will enter into the actual tunnel to find the ambition of North Korea to make another sudden invasion. In addition, you are going to watch a short documentary film at the DMZ theater, and look around relics and reproductions of Korean War at its small exhibition hall. 

  • Dora Observatory

    Dora Observatory, or OP Dora is the closest observation post to North Korea.

    From the observation platform, North Korean scenery is visible, and so are the outskirts of Gaeseong City, the 3rd largest city of North Korea. Especially, you can view the Gaeseong Industrial Complex operated by both Koreas. If you use the binocular, a statute of Kim Il-sung can be found near the Gaeseong City.

    You can also observe a fake North Korean border village. Within DMZ of North side, there’s a small village called “Propaganda Village.” On a clear day, you can view through binocular that it is actually a deserted town. Like a multi-million dollar Hollywood filming set, some lights flicker on and off at set times to create the illusion of people living there. 

  • Dorasan Station

    A sign in the station reads, “Not the last station from the South, But the first station toward the North.”

    For now, it is the northernmost station of South Korea which is only 700m, or a half mile away from the southern boundary of DMZ. The milestones of Dorasan Station (205km to Pyeongyang, 56km to Seoul) imply the reality of the division between two Koreas and the hope of a future. Although the tracks are connected, the north regime doesn't allow trains to pass through, making $40 million station sit unused.

    However, it serves as a beacon of hope for the reunification of two Koreas. Currently, it’s the last stop, but someday it will take you to Europe through the Trans-Siberian Railway.

  • Amethyst or Ginseng Center

    The colour of Amethyst is as unique as it is seductive, though in fact this gemstone of all gemstones is said to protect its wearer against seduction. Korean Amethyst is extravagance in violet since it has been formed from granite stone base since 5000 years. Moses described it as a symbol of the Spirit of God in the official robes of the High Priest of the Jews, and the Russian Empress Catherine the Great sent thousands of miners into the Urals to look for it. It was said to protect crops against tempests and locusts, bring good fortune in war and in the hunt, drive out evil spirits and inspire the intellect. 

    Ginseng is renowned for its effectiveness as a great healer for living ever so young.
    Especially if you eat ginseng when you lose your energy, it really helps to regain energy.
    Korea is acknowledged by the world because of the quality of ginseng as if it is the birthplace of ginseng.
    You can experience various kinds of ginseng products like gingersnap, extract, ginseng preserved in honey, and other great quality of products made in Korea.

  • Myeongdong

    Myeong-dong is the primary tourist spot of Korea for foreign visitors, over 1.5 million people gather here a day.
    This place is like a huge show-window that you can check out all the trends of Korean.
    Not only can you see clothing, miscellaneous items, and cosmetics; you can also taste various trendy street foods of Korea.



  • You gave a rating of 5 star(s)

  • Csiggy

    • 2019/09/23 17:59:00

    We were fortunate enough to go on a day when the JSA was open. We were even luckier to see a tour going on across the border at the same time as ours. Overall, the guides (both our primary tour guide and the soldiers who guided us at the JSA) were full of stories and interesting facts, and we learned a lot from this. While at the JSA we were able to enter T2 and within that building, we were able to cross into the North Korean side, which was kind of surreal. The other sites aside from the JSA were all pretty interesting and provided a fuller view of the DMZ as well as a more complete understanding of the conflict and the current status of the day-to-day reality of these two countries. The Third Infiltration Tunnel was REALLY cool and shows the rather chilling reality of the war that's still going on, even if it's just on pause. Be prepared that while you can take pictures in every other place, you can't take photos in the tunnel or the military base right before you go to the JSA (you CAN take photos at the JSA though), and the tunnel is not an easy climb back up. You have to walk up a ramp to exit the tunnel and it's pretty long and at a rather steep incline, so be prepared for that.

  • Karen

    • 2019/09/23 17:57:19

    The DMZ tour with the North Korean defector was a memorable and unforgettable experience. Definitely a must do when visiting Korea for the first time. This tour gained me more knowledge and a better understanding about the Korean War and the Korean Peninusla. The tourguide was one of the best tourguides I could ever imagined and gave me a better impression of the DMZ area. Also the North Korean defector revealed us about her life in North Korea and on the way back to Seoul there was a Q & A session. It was truly heartbreaking to hear her story and it made me realize how lucky I am. During the trip we have visited the Third Tunnel an amazing experience and a good physical exercise. Wear comfortable shoes as the tunnel is quite steep. After the tunnel we headed to the new Dora observatory where we could see a glimpse of North Korea. The tourguide explained and pointed out some interesting sights for us. After that we have visited the Dora train station the future gateway to North Korea. Currently it isn't in operation but you can get your stamp for Pyeongyang. Maybe one day this will be the gateway to the North.

  • Tyron

    • 2018/08/10 09:39:05

    Already had a JSA tour with this company a couple of days ago and I was so fascinated and impressed by the tour and how it was presented to us, i decided to go to DMZ, in which I shouldve chosen JSA+DMZ tour to save money and time, but oh well. anyways, I had a different tour guide from the JSA tour, but he was also as good as S,P. the tour also was very impressive and educational, and it made total sense that how much connection both JSA & DMZ have in terms of Korean War and the history between two korean sides. I also loved about how this company handles customers since I was very well informed and well treated like a vip private tour. in conclusion, i highly recommend this DMZ tour, but also I really recommend JSA+DMZ tour since you can actually learn so much about the history and the current issues they two koreans are facing.

  • Homes

    • 2018/07/31 20:11:18

    Loved the tour! It has everything I wanted to see and the tour guide was also excellent too!

  • Jack

    • 2018/07/23 10:20:06

    awesome tour with a knowledgeable guide who seems very experienced. The tour itself was very educational and well organized.

  • Sandra

    • 2018/06/15 15:31:30

    Very unusual experience with nice tour guide who made for the day. It was time to learn more for the different world.

  • Nick

    • 2018/05/30 13:55:23

    The tour we had for DMZ gave me a good time to experience the area where the summit was around. Together with good English speaking tour guide who had me learn a lot of new things for Korea. A very good tour for a day with exciting views for North Korea and the tunnel exploration. Thanks to the tour.

  • RameshKumar

    • 2018/04/23 12:41:17

    Hi. I want to go for the DMZ tour on Saturday, 28th April

  • Gilbert Buenaventura

    • 2016/09/05 13:45:21

    where is your office im already in seoul

  • Hannah

    • 2015/07/07 10:26:01

    Learning the history of korea and able to see and buy the north korea during the DMZ tour.

  • Jamie K

    • 2015/07/07 10:24:11

    It was really nice tour that I never been before because I was able to see the north korea with the microscope at the Dora observatory.Also,I was able to see the last station which named dorasan station.

  • may

    • 2015/07/07 10:17:36

    it's great tour !

  • Robecca

    • 2015/05/26 14:50:20

    I booked the DMZ tour offered by cosmojin travel agency. It's kind of like a group tour including english speaking tour guide, free pick up. The tour covered Imjingak, the 3rd tunnel, Dora Observatory and Dora station. It was well organized trip with professional staffs. Tour guide tried to inform us about the DMZ, Korean War during the tour. I had a great time to learn the history of korea.

  • brydgette orkonah dhedhey

    • 2015/05/20 09:11:46

    The weather wasn’t really nice, but it was a very special day for me!

  • terri

    • 2015/05/20 09:09:26

    To see and hear and learn many things.

  • bunea

    • 2015/05/19 15:59:21

    Valuable travel

  • james

    • 2015/04/23 09:48:46

    it's fantastic !!!

  • jakeyoo

    • 2015/04/17 10:10:31

    This dmz tour the most popular attraction in Korea.(One of dark tourism) If you go to the dmz tour, you can go to the 3rd infiltration tunnel. It is one of dmz tour course. Customers were very happy to take a picture but also very sad, because Korea is divided two. After the dmz tour, I recommended JSA tour. Today, it was bright sunny day, so we could have a nice tour.

  • Evans

    • 2014/12/15 16:26:27

    It was an amazing tour and your pride in your country and sorrow for the devison are deeply inspiring to me!!! very interesting tour111

  • Olivia Chang

    • 2014/12/15 16:25:27

    The trip to Korea was a very informative and interesting. The trip would like to recommend it to anyone. very good!!!

  • Samuel Peter Hong

    • 2014/11/30 16:18:57

    Seoul is a city of beautiful and kind souls.^^

  • Alberto and Jackie Pa

    • 2014/11/27 16:18:00

    Very informative!! Lots of fun with tour guide Lisa!!!!!!

  • Phil

    • 2014/11/26 16:18:00

    Thanks Lupy, Good Day, we both arrived home safely, we both very much enjoyed our day with you on Saturday, I have reported our positive experience to Samsung. Thanks for the pictures, they will remind us of our time in Korea.

  • Luke Kwad

    • 2014/11/25 16:17:24

    happy trip with COSMOJIN and lovely guide, Lisa today.

  • Caleb and Ronnelle

    • 2014/11/24 16:17:00

    Very exciting! Loved our tour guide(Diane Mi Sook Hong) and learning about Seoul!

  • Avis Resch

    • 2014/11/24 16:16:37

    Fantastic time to know more about Seoul!!

  • Dana

    • 2014/11/24 16:15:52

    I went on the city tour with Lisa and had a lot of fun it was great thank you for all you did!

  • Yorente

    • 2014/11/23 16:15:35

    The first came in third tunnel, very interesting and I would recommend it.

  • Stephanie

    • 2014/11/23 16:15:14

    It was very inspiring and benificial a lot.Thank you Diane^^

  • Kelly D

    • 2014/11/22 16:14:56

    Seoul is a beautiful Asian city I enjoyed the dmz tour with Lisa

  • riddhi

    • 2014/11/20 16:14:40

    Seoul is full of contrasts. Busy yet tranquil. Modern yet traditional.

  • Noura

    • 2014/11/20 16:14:24

    Seoul is a beautiful city, we enjoyed every part of it!

  • heidi nguyen

    • 2014/11/19 16:14:06

    Clean. Big.

  • Rosli Evans

    • 2014/11/17 16:13:40

    Seoul is a vibrant city~

  • Lauren

    • 2014/11/16 16:13:21

    Seoul is a lot like New York City, but has a ton of things to do outside the city as well for an all around adventure.

  • Melanie Guites

    • 2014/11/15 16:13:05

    Cold weather but warm welcome :)

  • Victoria

    • 2014/11/10 16:12:51

    Nice place with great food

  • Gloria

    • 2014/11/10 16:12:35

    o impressive and Fabulous!! We had s great time with Diane

  • Mr Fati

    • 2014/11/10 16:11:55

    It was the second time to visit Korea but first time to have a city tour and I found Seoul is very unique and special.It should be highly recommended and I appreciate Diane,the energetic tour guide!!

  • Melvin Rodriguez

    • 2014/11/09 16:11:38

    Lisa is one of the best guides i have ever had. I travel all over the world and this day with her has been memorable. thanks so much

  • Kawamura

    • 2014/11/09 16:11:20

    Museum is alive is really alive!! So fun and tricky^^

  • Kawamura

    • 2014/11/05 16:10:58

    Gorgeous palace and so beautiful with mountain! Enjoyed much^^

  • evline

    • 2014/11/05 16:10:28

    Beautiful scenery!! Mountains and river and had good chance to see the province. It was so nice

  • Ralis

    • 2014/11/03 16:10:10

    Rainy Seoul still wonderful place! Enjoyed much.

  • jesse

    • 2014/11/02 16:09:37

    Had a great tour! Awesome city!

  • Juan Saavedra

    • 2014/11/01 16:09:20

    Want to see the most beautiful, dynamic, and kind people? Please visit the city of SEOUL!

  • Russel Conklin

    • 2014/10/27 16:08:41

    Seoul is the city of design? Come to DDP, or Dongdaemoon Design Plaza.

  • Cecilia Kim

    • 2014/10/26 16:07:26

    Great time and my son learned a lot about Korea history today and I am so proud of it as a Korean American!

  • Ms Lans

    • 2014/10/25 16:06:59

    Beautiful temple and fabulous royal palace! It was very joyful and meaningful tour with the passionate guide^^

  • Johan Oscar

    • 2014/10/22 16:06:32

    Seoul is the city of unique designs including the biggest irregular structure of Dongdaemoon Design plaza.

  • Mr.Wude Temesge

    • 2014/10/21 16:05:37

    We went Ethiopian Korean War Memorial during Seoul tour. I feel proud for our country.

  • Samirzahid

    • 2014/10/21 15:58:21

    Great DMZ tour with Diane! I have been to DMZ in Vietnam.But it was more instresting here!

  • Resch Avis

    • 2014/10/20 15:58:05

    What an interesting tour! It was very useful and informative^^

  • Jason Valdez

    • 2014/10/19 15:57:21

    Diane, It was an amazing tour and your pride in your country and sorrow for the devison are deeply inspiring to me!

  • Jenkins Terry

    • 2014/10/15 15:56:35

    What an interesting tour! It was very useful and informative

  • Ms Michele

    • 2014/10/15 15:56:01

    I felt so sad when I got there in Imjingak at first but I found a hope at the end of the tour.It was very educational and cleared up inconsistency about the present inter relation.Thank you Diane!

  • Tim Hamilton

    • 2014/10/15 15:55:40

    If you are going to meet enthusiastic, diligent, and friendly people, come to Seoul.

  • Philip

    • 2014/10/13 15:55:10

    Informative and fact filled. Our family enjoyed the entire day especially tunnel thank you Diane

  • Alex

    • 2014/10/11 15:54:46

    I found tour interesting and the view of North Korea seems very close

  • Slvyio

    • 2014/10/10 15:54:26

    Diane, was a pleasure to be in your tour today.Thank you for all the information which broaden my insight into the interrelation.I enjoyed very much!

  • Mr. Robinson

    • 2014/10/04 15:53:21

    Here is Imjingak. It is a gorgeous day and very nice tour. This is a park located on the banks of the Imjin River in the city of Paju, South Korea.

  • Slvyio

    • 2014/10/04 13:51:59

    Diane, was a pleasure to be in your tour today.Thank you for all the information which broaden my insight into the interrelation.I enjoyed very much!

  • Dorasan Station

    • 2014/10/01 13:44:42

    Seoul is a mega city with a lot of attractions to go and enjoy.

  • sam

    • 2014/09/30 13:44:00


  • Jeffrey Scott

    • 2014/09/27 13:43:26

    Seoul has beautiful souls.

  • Jeff,Ryan,Doug

    • 2014/09/27 13:42:37

    Great tour!learned a lot^^

  • Tomlinson

    • 2014/09/23 13:42:19

    Dorasan Station-fascinating!!

  • Rider

    • 2014/09/23 13:41:57

    Very informative tour! Very impressive!!

  • Laila

    • 2014/09/22 13:39:41

    interesting and very special!!

  • Gian

    • 2014/09/22 13:38:47

    I went dmz tour with my friends. It was very informative and enjoyable tour. Feel that English tour guide ,Lisa is professional and have done excellent and amazing job. Think Cosmojin tour company is conducting really good tour. IThis dmz tour was good choice for all of us

  • Mark Hunter

    • 2014/09/21 13:38:29

    We had a great famiky day at DMZ. Our little soldiers loved the attractions and had a fantastic time. We were very lucky, great weather and Lisa, our amazing guide, made it a very special day that we would highly recommend everyone try once!

  • Kelly D

    • 2014/09/21 13:38:05

    Seoul is a beautiful Asian city I enjoyed the dmz tour with Lisa

  • Emily

    • 2014/09/20 13:37:29

    What a geat DMZ tour is ! Everybody (Cosmojin Team Lisa) were so happy and enjoyed DMZ tour. Our smiling faces on this photo proves it i

  • Jeffrey David Shawn

    • 2014/09/20 13:35:29

    Hatchi Seoul, just great!

  • Jennifer

    • 2014/09/17 13:35:02

    I learned a lot from DMZ tour with Diane^^

  • Polly & Robert King

    • 2014/09/15 13:32:09

    The DMZ tour reminds me of the Good Friday Agreement between UK and Northern Irland. It was a great tour and I will certainly show you(Diane) around the new London if you get to visit here again.

  • The Sourbeck

    • 2014/09/15 13:31:45

    very interesting trip

  • Sourbeck

    • 2014/09/14 13:31:08

    Very intersting trip!

  • jessie

    • 2014/09/13 13:30:53

    It is a very lively and modern city!

  • Anh Tran

    • 2014/09/13 13:30:36

    Clean, modern and alive

  • Rany, Adaly, Makayl

    • 2014/09/13 13:30:19

    Lughtsey Crew at Dorasun Station

  • The Grays

    • 2014/09/13 13:29:28

    Great tour today with Mark.

  • Wade Glass

    • 2014/09/11 13:28:27

    thanks Lisa. Special times with special friends.

  • Adam Cruz

    • 2014/09/11 13:28:03

    Seoul is clean and beautiful!

  • Mr. Samuel

    • 2014/09/10 13:27:20

    It was one of the most informative and educational tour I have ever had with Diane who was such a bubbly and happy tour guide^^

  • Mr.Johnson

    • 2014/09/07 13:26:03

    DMZ Tour very good

  • Mr. Steven moore

    • 2014/09/07 13:25:40

    Beautiful today

  • Michael Jaff

    • 2014/09/07 13:25:10

    very interesting place. Was good choice.

  • Kiddle Pamela

    • 2014/09/05 13:24:45

    Seoul is big and SeoulItes are kind.

  • Jenkins Terry

    • 2014/09/04 13:24:20

    What an interesting tour! It was very useful and informative

  • Nicholas Macdogall

    • 2014/09/03 13:19:46

    Seoul is an astonishing combination of old and new. After walking around a royal palace with a memory of six hundred year history, you can join a herd of shoppers looking for a brand new style at a university campus area.

  • Fernando Hermann

    • 2014/09/03 13:19:26

    Seoul represents the hope of reconciliation between the two rival states.

  • Wilbert Jasper

    • 2014/09/01 13:19:07

    Seoul is nearby to the DMZ, the last frontier of cold war.

  • Morgan Moris

    • 2014/08/30 13:18:50

    Diane,I love the tour.The tunnel was living history and the viewing area was very surreal.It was just amazing!!

  • Samuel Tucker

    • 2014/08/24 13:18:06

    Seoul is full of unique designs from its tradition and creativity.

  • Nancy Jackson

    • 2014/08/21 13:17:18

    Seoul is so dynamic that you can walk any street being full of fun.

  • Chris Gonzalez

    • 2014/08/17 13:15:02

    To know Seoul is to love its kind people, clean streets, and tasty food.

  • Brittney

    • 2014/08/16 13:14:40

    The tour was amazing because the tour was comprehensive and the guide (Diane, Lupy) has a very good ability to accommodate all different age and type of people!

  • Amy Birner

    • 2014/08/12 13:12:41

    Seoul has an unbelievable tourist destination, DMZ!

  • Joanna

    • 2014/08/12 13:12:16

    Enjoy my day at Dorasan station, the northern last station in South Korea at DMZ

  • Smith

    • 2014/08/08 13:11:39

    WOW! Korea tour - DMZ ! great! thank you.

  • Mr.lau

    • 2014/08/08 13:10:14

    We travel Korea, D.M.Z by specially "DMZ-Train". We run between Seoul, Imjingang and Dorasan Station. This is amazing train.

  • Serrano Dennis

    • 2014/08/01 11:22:54

    Seoul is just one hour driving distance from the most fortified area in the globe.

  • Pink

    • 2014/07/27 13:55:14

    The tour was just a great opportunity to see the confrontation between South Korea and North Korea. If you are going to find the truth, please go and see in person.

  • Roel

    • 2014/07/25 13:54:54

    DMZ tour is like a journey to a different world and Cosmojin makes all the difference. The tour guide was extremely knowledgeable and the driver, really kind. I already recommended my experience to my friends.

  • ABC

    • 2014/06/25 13:54:34

    SP, thank you for your great tour and taking the time to provide us with so much knowledge. It was extremely informative and fun. You were definitely the best tour guide we had in Korea and helped provide a great experience for my parents and myself. I hope all is well in Korea and we are back safely in Chicago. Jason

  • happydayy

    • 2014/06/24 13:54:10

    Jackie, my tour guide for DMZ must have born to be a guide - she is so good at it. She guided me through the Japanese conquer to things that led to Korean war, it’s after effect and many more; along with sense of humor. As far as the trip itself, it is absolute terrific. I can’t imagine it being any better.

  • Sarah M.

    • 2014/05/24 13:53:43

    I was shocked by DMZ tour even though I had read and heard quite a lot of on the area. I would highly recommend the Cosmojin tour since its service was really helpful for me to get the right understanding of Korean situation.

  • Nicky

    • 2014/05/23 13:53:24

    Jung Juyoung crossed this bridge and went to North Korea back in 1998 with precisely 1,001 cows. Since then, we have been calling it the cow bridge. Of course all the cows he took with him were part of humanitarian donations for North Korean people.