|I couldn't help it...I just had to take a picture.|
|A memorial to loved ones who either died in the Korean War or are currently living in North Korea.|
|Having a little fun.|
Our second stop was the Third North Korean Infiltration Tunnel discovered by South Korea in 1978. This tunnel was discovered only 27 miles from Seoul. It can accommodate 30,000 North Korean soldiers for an attack on Seoul. So far only four out of a possible 20+ tunnels have been discovered.
|The DMZ Theater.|
|Model of the DMZ.|
|A diagram of the Third N. Korean Infiltration Tunnel discovered by S. Korea.|
|"The Danga Zone Crew"|
|Taking a peek at North Korea.|
|We weren't allowed to take pictures past this line.|
|Everyone tried to zoom in with their cameras. Unfortunately the weather was not in our favor. This was my best shot.|
Our fourth stop was Dorasan Station, which is not in use. North Korea closed the border crossing in December of 2008.
Our final stop of the tour was a market in Taesong-Dong, which is "the only authorized village in the UNC portion of the DMZ" and the safest in all of Korea.
|This was my purchase: North Korean beer and soju.|