JSA Tour

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  • Time 08:00~15:00 Number of persons 1
    Pick up Place → The Unification Bridge → ID Check → Slideshow and briefing at Camp Bonifas → Joint Security Area → Freedom House → Military Armistice Commission Conference Room → UN Guard Post 3 → Bridge of No Return → Imjingak Park → Lunch(Bibimbap) → Amethyst Center → Myeongdong Sending
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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 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

JSA is the only piece of the DMZ, where South and North Korean soldiers stand face-to-face. You can feel the heightened intension of the most hostile zone in the world.

Technically speech, two Koreas is still in the situation of war. JSA, or Panmunjeom in Korean, is the official conference zone between the two pieces. It has been renowned since a truce agreement was signed there in 1953.
More than sixty years ago, the truce was signed after the three year Korean War. It was intended to serve as a transitory ceasefire accord, soon to be replaced by a lasting peace agreement, which has not been realized yet.

Can you fancy how long time the truce was negotiated in the middle of the three year war? It took two years with 765 gatherings. But, the signing of the truce took only twelve minutes with no handshake, no greeting, and no ceremony. The representatives of the North Korea and the UNC (United Nations Command) were stone-faced and indignant with each other. They walked into the room from the offside doors and waive using the same door respectively as soon as they signed the paperwork.

The resentfulness has been just an induction of all the screaming matches and uncountable fisticuffs at an official conference room between the representatives of two sides. Don’t you want to visit the conference row and go to the central room of the seven conference buildings? You can even step over the partition line which is marked in the middle of the room.

At the UNC Guard Post Three external of the conference room, you would find yourself enclosed by North Korea at your three sections. There you can take pictures of the northern mountains and villages at the nearest street.

You will finally pass by the focal dot of the most bestial case of JSA, which is called the “Ax Murder Incident” of 1976. Two representatives of US army were axed to grow under a huge popular tree. The tree had to be removed because it was in between two UNC guard pillars, blocking the line of prospect between the two sections. The representatives were carrying shotguns on their waist belts, but they did not use them to be savagely murdered with the choppers for the tree trimming job. This is only one happening of the sixty year old disaster of JSA.

Look up JSA and face in the flesh the long and bitter conflict in the world history, still going on in the session theater.

What You Can Expect

How do you go to JSA? Only by joining a tour package run by a few tour companies recorded to UNC!

Since JSA is so unfriendly and nearly controlled by the combatants, it is not ready at everyone’s convenience. Some nationalities are restricted by UNC rules. The information of all visitors containing their nationalities and passport numbers must be collected and checked at least three days before the concrete tour occasion. Only after the agenda of visitors is agreed by UNC, you can get on the bus starting from Seoul.

Please be advised that the tour package is likely to sell out if you delay your reservation until the three days before the tour. There are many travelers coming to Seoul favorable by visiting JSA, only to find they are too late to join a tour group. So, if you want to see JSA, the first thing to do is to touch Seoulcitytourbooking.

Seoulcitytourbooking has worked for more than fifteen years the JSA tour favor most professionally to prepare you with everything you require:
• The most well-suited transportation to and from the JSA (containing a morning pick-up service at your hotel in Seoul)
• The complete assistance of your preparation, not to be refused at the gate of JSA (containing your dress code established by UNC)
• The best storytelling tour guide for JSA

• Focal Point of Ax Murder Incident
• UN Guard Post Three (GP 3)
• Freedom House
• Conference Room of MAC (Army Truce Commission)
• Bridge of No Return
• Unification Bridge
• The best quality Ginseng Center or Amethyst Factory Outlet
• Hotel pickup and transportation by air-conditioned vehicles
• Camp Bonifas


If it is not in Korea! If it is not today!

A memorable JSA tour, you would not be able to knowledge on your own, the army area of the ceasefire zone.


Here the South and North Korean army soldiers are standing face to face offside with each other on a ceasefire line situated at the same space.

A visit to an exciting JSA Tour!!!


Heightened in tension around the zone, JSA Tour

(A Heavily secured zone where no one can visit without a special authorization, even Koreans cannot undeniably go)

It is one hour away from Seoul!

During your stretched Korea tour plans, you can make a half-a-day tour visit well!


Let’s love a historic tour taking you back into the mist of an interesting history of Korea.


JSA Tour Plan:

The time of departure may vary depending on the Panmunjom location (a round trip, 7 hour course)

Hotel in Seoul -> Tongil Bridge -> Identification Check -> Panmunjom -> House of Freedom -> The Military Armistice Conference Room -> The 3rd Observatory -> The Bridge of No Return -> Lunch -> Amethyst Center -> Sending to the hotel or Itaewon





JSA is the only zone where the South and North can meet together without a panel or a barbed-wire fence at disarmed/unarmed condition. It is also a special area without a ministerial jurisdiction of the South and North parties.

JSA is the only area that is under the jurisdiction of the U.N. Emergency Force by ROK army (around 350 personnel) and the U.S. Military (around 250 personnel) out of 155 miles within the ceasefire line.

Within the JSA; the North of the Military Demarcation Line, 20 centimeters in width, Panmunjom is located where the meeting of South and North Korea and the military truce conference took the spot.

You will feel the taut ambience as a cold feeling between the guarding soldiers.

In this, JSA is near the North, though it is in South Korea, foreign tourists need to submit their passport before the tour to reserve the tour in contrast to any other tourist places.

This is such a convoluted tour position, in the case of Korean, we supply group tours that consist of over 30 slots allowing visits to take place after security clearance.

Let us take a special tour to the uncommon location, JSA.


JSA Tour Points!

+ You can see the North Korean army privilege in front of your eyes, like an exciting chance

+ The only tour that you can visit within this divided land, Korea, the ‘JSA’ area.

+ A space of education where you can see the door of the people they went through from the disaster of the territorial partition and the fratricidal war

+ An interesting expedition to the third guard-post in JSA, which is near the civilian housing in North Korea.

 + Visiting the concrete scene of the ‘ax murder case’ inside of JSA, where this scary and cruel brutality happened by the North Korean army.

+ An interesting visit to the ‘Bridge of No return’ within JSA, you cannot return if you cross over it.


JSA Tour Agenda


[Tong-il (Unification) Bridge]

The North side of Tongil Bridge is a Civilian Control Zone, it is the first gateway to the DMZ.

Regardless of age, sex, or ethnicity, when people cross over the Tong- IL Bridge, they need to get authorization.

In case of foreigners, they need to display their passports, and Korean should show their ID cards, then they can cross over the bridge.

And this bridge is also famous because of Jung Joo Young, the founder of Hyundai Group. They visited North Korea through this bridge with 500 cattle in 1998.



[Panmoonjeom – Camp Bonifas]

Camp Bonifas is the command post of the United Nions Forces inside of Panmunjom.

At this place, an army who is in charge, boards the bus and inspects your attire and recognition once more.

At the JSA national security center inside of the Camp Bonifas, they offer a briefing about the Panmunjom visitation.

There is a golf tour called Par 3 One Hall Gold Course made of man-made turf inside of the Camp Bonifas. It is called ‘the most dangerous golf course’ because inclosed around the three sides of the club are minefields.



[House of Freedom]

There are the ‘House of Freedom’ and the ‘House of Peace,’ at the Southside of the Panmunjom zone, and ‘Panmoongak Pavilion’ and ‘Tongilgak Pavilion’ is located on the Northside. The Red Cross of both the South and North Korea founded a regular liaison office and two direct phone lines for the South and North communication business in the ‘House of Freedom’ and ‘Panmoongak Pavilion’. This is a joint security zone by the United Nation Force and ROK army, foreign tourist whom have their passport can visit this spot. Others like Korean native and foreigners need to go through other prescribed plan.



[The Military Armistice Conference Room]

This location is where the military truce conference took place after the accord of ceasefire of the South and North in 1953.

In the conference room, the UN flag lies on the long table, the Military Demarcation Line passes through under the table. Because of the face expression and appearance of the soldiers who guard the spot, the indoor of the conference room is the most whist and a hard area.


[The 3rd Observatory]

This space is where the two U.S. Military secretaries were murdered by 50~60 North Korean soldiers while they were making an ordering to have the branches of the willow tree trimmed.

Near the 3rd observation platform of the UN Forces, the Southside of the Bridge of No Return, they were major and fading while 5 Korean workers where trimming the branches. Then the two North Korean Army ministers and a group of privates appeared and asked ‘not to cut off branches.’ When the guards of our side disregarded and kept working, suddenly dozens of North Korean army ran into the south with a truck, and swung choppers, iron sticks, and other paddles and assaulted people. They killed the two U.S. army ministers and there were 9 major and minor losses.

After the circumstance, the USFK and ROK army prepared for a battle; but, Kim IL-Sung, the head of the North Korea at that time apologized, so the case was finished.


[Bridge of No Return]

This bridge is where the North and South displaced person goes through repatriation, when they cross over the bridge once, they are never able to return, which is why this is named as ‘Bridge of No Return.’ This bridge is where the North and South refugees’ goes through repatriation, when they cross over the bridge once, they are never able to return, which is why this is named as ‘Bridge composed of No Return.’

The Military Demarcation Line of the North and South moves through the middle section of this bridge, and at each end of the bridge, security guards are posted at each side of the bridge.


The Military Demarcation Line of the North and South passes through the middle part of this bridge, and at each end of the bridge, security guards are posted at each side of the bridge.


JSA Tour is composed of a historical zone where you can see the dolor history of the partition between the North and South.


Let us visit the historical space, which is the opposite of the tremendous and developed area of South Korea. The JSA Panmunjom tour is only available through the agreed tour company by the government. JSA Panmunjom tour particularize company that is agreed by the government, is Seoulcitytourbooking!


Seoulcitytourbooking, a well-oiled and available tour that starts from the hotel where you are staying at in Seoul with an English speaking guide

Tour Included

Guide, Transportation, Admission Fee, Lunch, Hotel Pick up Service (in Seoul)

Pick-up & Sending Service

1. Tour ends at Myeongdong. (Drop-off service back to your hotel is an additional charge of KRW 10,000 per person)
2. Pick up Place is President Hotel 1st floor In the Lobby

Payment / Cancelation

1. After the confirmation, cancellation is NOT available. NO REFUND.


1. Passport is required!

2. JSA Tour is closed on Sundays, Mondays and National Holidays.

3. Tour must be reserved and Passport Numbers received at least 72 hours in advance.

4. Please check the restricted countries for this tour below. A copy (colored) of passport's front page should be submitted at least 72 hours in advance.

5. Tour route and schedule are subjected to change without notice whenever there is official request from UNC.

6. If there's an unannounced military training or official event, the tour may be cancelled on the day of the tour with short notice.

7. Children under 10 years are not allowed. He or she must be over 11 years old from his or her birthday.

8. Casual clothes such as jeans and sandals (slippers) are not permitted in the tour area. Shaggy or unkempt hair is not allowed either.

9. Any equipment microphones or flags belonging to the communist side in the MAC conference room are NOT TO BE TOUCHED.

10. For your safety, stay with the group and follow the directions of the guide during a group tour.

11. Cosmojin cannot take responsibility for any injuries or losses incurred while on tour.


  • 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. 

  • Slideshow and briefing at Camp Bonifas
    Republic of Korea and United States Forces Korea soldiers conduct the United Nations Command DMZ Orientation Program tours of the JSA and surrounding areas.

    Camp Bonifas is the command post of the United Nions Forces inside of Panmoonjeom.
    At this location, solders who are in charge, boards the bus and examines your attire and identification once more.
    At the JSA national security center inside of the Camp Bonifas, they give a briefing about the Panmoonjeom visitation.
    There is a golf course called Par 3 One Hall Gold Course made of artificial turf inside of the Camp Bonifas. It is called ‘the most dangerous golf course’ because surrounded around the three sides of the club are minefields.

  • Joint Security Area

    Buffering hostilities from the north and south, the heavily guarded premises of Panmunjeom are located in the middle of the demilitarized zone (DMZ) and remain reserved strictly for political engagements. Providing the only road connecting the two countries, it is here where the historical signing of the Armistice Agreement took place between Communist forces and the United Nations Command (UNC) in 1953 after a succession of peace talks that lasted more than two years.

  • Freedom House

    The current building was constructed on July 9, 1998. It was built by the founder of Hyundai to host reunions of families separated during the Korean War. However, since North Korea has worried about sending their people through the division line of JSA, the house has been used only for Red Cross staffs and the liaison officers of South Korea.

  • Military Armistice Commission Conference Room

     The armistice agreement of 1953 provided the establishment of the Military Armistice Commission (MAC), an agency to supervise implementation of the truce terms. A conference row was built to hold meetings of MAC representatives from the United Nations Command (UNC) and the North Korean People's Army (KPA).

     The conference row consists of seven buildings set squarely on the Military Demarcation Line (MDL). The line is marked on the ground between the buildings on conference row by several 17”×5” concrete slabs.

     The three blue buildings are managed by UNC, and four gray buildings, by KPA. The central blue building is the MAC Conference Room, where talks take place between both sides. The MAC room has a line, which bisects the center of a conference table in the middle of the room

     First, you will stand right in front of the conference row to take photos of North Korean soldiers, who are posted in front of their visitor center. Then, you will be escorted into the MAC Conference Room, where you can cross the division line even though you are prohibited from opening the door toward north direction.

  • UN Guard Post 3

     GP 3 is the nearest spot you can watch and picture the scenery of North Korea,  surrounding you at three sides

     The guard post is located on a small mound, standing out into the north territories. It commands a fine view of many important facilities of North Korea. Straight ahead of you about one Kilometer away, you will glance the scary “Peace Museum” of North Korea, where they are displaying the two axes used to murder two American officers.

     If you look at your right hand side, there is a guard post of KPA where they are checking and filming your every movement. You can return their favor by picturing them back, but you are not supposed to point them with your fingers or to make any gesture which can be interpreted as a signal of another war.

     If you turn your head to the left, you can find UN Guard Post Four, which is only twenty meters ahead of the focal point of Axe Murder Incident. If you look far away along the direction, there are the propaganda village, Gaesung Industrial Complex, and a radio signal jamming tower.

  • Bridge of No Return

    The Bridge of No Return is a small bridge where POWs were exchanged after the war.

    There were two operations for it: Operation Little Switch as a test case for prisoner repatriation and Operation Big Switch for a general exchange of prisoners.

     All the POWs were carried to the both ends of the bridge and they were given a choice. Once they chose to cross over the road, they could not make a turning back, hence the name “Bridge of No Return”. About thirteen thousand UNC prisoners returned to their countries, and about eighty nine thousand KPA and Chinese prisoners returned to their communist nations.

  • 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

  • Lunch(Bibimbap)

    Bibimbap (Korean pronunciation: [bibimbap], sometimes anglicized bi bim bap or bi bim bop) is a signature Korean dish. The word literally means "mixed rice". Bibimbap is served as a bowl of warm white rice topped with namul (sautéed and seasoned vegetables) and gochujang (chili pepper paste), soy sauce, or doenjang, a salty soybean paste. A raw or fried egg and sliced meat (usually beef) are common additions. The hot dish is stirred together thoroughly just before eating. In South Korea, Jeonju, Jinju, and Tongyeong are especially famous for their versions of bibimbap. In 2011, it was listed at number 40 on the World's 50 most delicious foods readers' poll compiled by CNN Travel

  • Amethyst Center

    Before we finish this tour in Seoul, as the very last part of this tour, we will make a brief stop at a place where you can get the national stone of Korea. It is among the most famous local products produced from Korea. One of the attractions of this jewel is not only the color and the beauty but also the infrared from Amethyst will make you relax and your blood circulation better. It’s a purple color precious stone as well as birthstone of February. It’s made from granite and it takes millions of years to change from granite to this particular kind of stone. Can anybody take a guess what this is? This is amethyst. Back in Seoul, we will stop by an amethyst factory which owns an amethyst mine. There, you can get a decent quality Korean amethyst at factory price which is almost half of the regular price. It could be a very good surprising gift for your loved ones especially for female, like your wife, daughter, or mother, if you have any. We will stay there for about 20 minutes and we will visit the very last place of downtown in Seoul called Itaewon where all of you will be dropped off. 

  • Myeongdong Sending
    Myeong-dong Street is a one kilometer area from Myeong-dong Station to Euljiro and Lotte Department Store. Myeong-dong is the busiest region in Seoul and is the leader in Korean fashion trends. Not only will you find large shopping malls and famous brand name shops where you can find clothing and shoes, but fast food chains, cozy cafes and specialty restaurants fill the alleys.


  • You gave a rating of 5 star(s)

  • Tyron M. C

    • 2018/08/10 09:59:46

    I did this tour first before DMZ, I really recommend ppl to do JSA+DMZ, instead of doing either one of them. although the tour itself was great and I was like a few feet away from actual north korean solderers and it was breathtaking!! highly recommended !!

  • Vishal R Kapoor

    • 2017/11/27 21:03:51

    Hello, I want to do the JSA tour on 29th (Wed) morning. My flight departs from Incheon at 6:45 PM so I need to be back to my hotel around 3 PM near Gwanghwamun station in Sejongno, Seoul. I am ready to pay 10,000 won extra for the drop off. Please let me know how I can book the tour. I would REALLY like to go as this is my first time in Korea. Also my passport and nationality is Indian. Thanks, Vishal

  • Beniamin Kalinowski

    • 2017/09/21 12:14:45

    Amazing trip to world's most militarized - demilitarized zone. The trip began by pick up from our hotel. The pick up time was really precise and the buses were convenient and really spatious. Later we have been introduced to our guide - SP, who was amazing - charismatic, cheerful and very talkative, full of news and informations. He told us a lot about history of Korean War, places we were visiting and explained current politics situation in both countries. Our first stop was Camp Bonifas, the UN/South Korean military base, where we were introduced to out military guide - private Gomez. After brief introduction to the Joined Security Area, Demilitarized Zone and limited-access Civil Control Zone, we have been taken to see the Pan Mun Jeom, Military Armistice Commission Conference Room and Freedom House. We could feel the pressure of the proximity of the North Korean soldiers and could watch them standing on the other side of the border, which was really impressive. Unfortunately, due to security reasons and the big tension between Koreas, we were not able to see the UN Guard Post 3 and Bridge of No Return, which only showed us, that this military zone is still far from being a peaceful place. In PanMunJeom we were able to stand at the North Korean side of the border and make pictures. After JSA we were taken back to Camp Bonifas to bought some gifts and souvenirs. Then we went for the lunch to the area of the closed in 2013 entrance to Kaesong Industrial Region. The lunch was very tasty, we ordered traditional bulgogi and there was way more food than anyone could eat. Our last stop in the DMZ area was Imjingak with the Mangbaeddan monument, Bridge of Freedom and beautiful and spatious park. Overall, I really appreciate and recommend this trip. Altogether with the large dose of the history and visiting historical places, we received a real image of how looks the world most militarized - Demilitarized Zone. I thinki this is an amazing connection of entertainment and visiting with learning history. Strongly recommend.

  • Amandy41

    • 2017/07/11 16:31:08

    Hello, I went on the JSA tour on Tues 7/11. There are a few reasons why I rated the tour low. The tour itself: The tour felt very rushed. There was not even enough time to take photos of anything. Most of the time was spent on the bus, and the bus was uncomfortable. The tour agency: The CosmoJin tour agency was not very professional. To book the tour, sensitive material was requested to be sent over email. That was their only way of booking the tour. I was not comfortable sending my passport and credit card number over email. So I spent an afternoon going to their office to take care of the booking. I was shocked at the agent when he took photos of all my passports and my credit card. It was very uncomfortable and not professional at all! We had originally booked for Sat 6/24, but at the last minute the tour was cancelled and we had to rebook for the next available your which was 7/11. I had to make special arrangements for pick up and drop off because my visitor had injured her knee and was unable to walk far. So using public transportation like bus or metro were not possible, and our party size was 8 adults so taxis would have been costly. The agency did agree to meet us at my requested location. However, we had originally agreed to be dropped off at Itaewon station (from the original tour date) and they changed the drop off location on us without clearly telling me. I saw the change on the email and called them to make sure we were still on track for Itaewon station. They said everything was fine and assured me everything was the same just different date. So I had the verbal confirmation that everything (number of ppl, pick up point, drop off point) were all the same. They did not send an updated confirmation email. We ended up being dropped off at the President's Hotel... No one knew of our agreement to be dropped off at Itaewon station. This was all very frustrating. So we ended up having to have my visitor walk several blocks to the nearest bus stop to make it back home. Not to mention, we had parked our car near Itaewon in preparation of getting dropped off at that location. So advising future customers. Read the fine print on all their emails. Go by only what is stated in email as nothing else will be honored. Do not trust their verbal statements. Good luck.

  • Aggie

    • 2015/07/07 10:24:55

    Very good! It was amazing

  • Brian

    • 2015/07/07 10:20:58

    Really interesting! It was great tour I've ever had.

  • neeokoo

    • 2015/05/19 16:04:08

    South Korea who can see on the other side of the useful travel

  • Daniel

    • 2015/05/13 09:23:41

    I must say first that I was mostly satisfied with the tour. Description of the guides were fantastic. All services of this company was the best.

  • Eric

    • 2015/04/23 17:51:39

    really good ! very interesting tour !

  • Moris

    • 2014/12/15 16:29:58

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

  • Uggla Caroline

    • 2014/11/13 13:50:50

    Very friendly people and delicious food make the city a great destination!

  • Monica Roby

    • 2014/10/13 13:50:11

    Seoul, a city of old and new!

  • Seth David

    • 2014/10/13 13:48:54

    Seoul is the city of hospitality.

  • Ryan Gustafson

    • 2014/09/23 13:48:35

    Seoul has wonderful attractions

  • koon fung

    • 2014/08/12 13:48:06

    It was great

  • nick Saylor

    • 2014/08/12 13:47:34

  • Richard

    • 2014/08/12 13:47:07

  • ready

    • 2014/07/11 13:46:49

    Great tour

  • Greg

    • 2014/07/11 13:46:30

    Full of history

  • Richard

    • 2014/06/11 13:46:08

    On the DMZ

  • Ramsey Lewis

    • 2014/06/30 13:45:40

    Thank you for your assistant when I visit Korea. I understood cleary about Korea now. Also, I was success our performance because of you. I will go to Korea again and contact you. Thank you Mi suk

  • Pelly

    • 2014/05/31 13:58:05

    The tour guide of Cosmojin was so helpful and kind. He never stopped to give us the behind stories of armistice. Also, I was shocked by the provocations of North Korea even after the ceasefire agreement.

  • Daniel

    • 2014/05/31 13:57:51

    The JSA Conference Row was the best place to sense the hostility of the Cold War and I would never forget the eerily experience I had on the scene of the Axe Murder Incident.

  • HZ

    • 2014/05/30 13:57:33

    If you are going to feel the tension of the most fortified area in the world, visit the JSA. I recommend you the best operator of the JSA tour, Cosmojin.

  • Roxu

    • 2014/05/28 13:57:16

    Now, I believe I have got a new paradigm to interpret all the strange incidents and political propaganda of North Korea. The tour was both interesting and educational.

  • Really

    • 2014/05/28 13:57:00

    It was the best informative tour I’ve ever had. I would not forget every story related to the JSA.

  • Nick

    • 2014/05/27 13:56:37

    The JSA tour was a surreal experience of the reality of Cold War. The Cosmojin tour guide was an exceptional presenter. He really knew all the historical facts, and his English talking was very persuasive in giving us his insight on the reunification issue of two Koreas. Thanks a lot, Cosmojin.