Why tour with us?
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DMZ Tours 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 traveller’s needs.
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 DMZ Tours.
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 factor defining travel quality. We provide 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 is 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?
Highlight of Tour Spot
NLL (Northern Limit Line)
‘Korea’ which is the only divided country!!!
A thrilling historical place to visit where South Korea and North Korea is confronted for 24 hours!
Try out this trip which will leave you feeling in suspense throughout the silent and peaceful atmosphere.
Choice No. 1 tour! NLL tour is one of the most unique sights seeing among foreigners!!
NLL is the place you can see and feel the vivid images of life (seeing houses, farm village, school, and community buildings of real North Korean inhabitants)
The Northern Limit line is made after an armistice agreement which took place July 27, 1953. The border of the west coast lines up from Ganghwado to the five north-western islands.
After the Northern Limit line was made, North Korea didn’t accept it and frictions between the two Korea occurred. North Korea then designated a northern limit line themselves and to replace the line many fights had occurred. Some examples are the first and second Battle of Yeonpyeong, South Korean Navy Corvette Cheonan, and the shelling of Yeonpyeong Island.
NLL is a threatening place where many conflicts between the South and North Korea have occurred such as Yeonpyeong Naval battle, Cheonan Ship explosion incident, and others.
NLL means Northern Limit Line, after an armistice agreement in July 27th, 1953. This line is a national border on the Western Sea, which extends from Gangwhado Island to the five islands in the Western Sea. Nevertheless the NLL is set through the agreement and North Korea does not accept it. They designate their own NLL, which causes constant problems.
Pyeongwha (Peace) Observatory
Pyeongwha Observatory was established in September, 2008 within the Civilian Control Line where the northern most area in Gangwha city. This is the only place in the Republic of Korea where you can see lands and lifestyle of local residents in North Korea. At the outdoor observatory, a high performance telescope is installed. You can see and experience the daily life of North Korean such as housings, farm villages, and schools vividly. Also many exhibits allow you to understand the situations in North Korea, which are displayed as well, you will understand North Korea the most in this location.
Gimpo Marine Park
Gimpo Marine Park is the only marine park in the metropolitan area with the Unbong LST (Landing Ship, Tank). It provides several things to see with a unique LST experience.
The Unbong LST was manufactured by Bethlehem Steel Co. in Quincy, Massachusetts, in February 1944. Originally commissioned as LST 1010, it was used in landing operations in Southern France in August 1944 and the Okinawa landings in April 1945. In 1955, the U.S. Navy transferred it to the ROK Navy where it was renamed LST 807, then later LST-671 Unbong. Unbong LST was used in the Vietnamese War seven times, from February 1966 to December 1972, supporting the rear-guard operations of South Korean troops. It was retired in 2006 after 62 years of service.