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Korea JSA & DMZ Combined Tour

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One Day
Availability : Tue - Fri
Min Age : 11+
Max People : 40

Important Note

Because there are only a limited number of seats available, this type of package requires booking approval for the payment. Please make your payment as soon as possible after getting approved by HaB Korea operation team. (in case of the late payment – later than 24 hours, your booking may be canceled)

JSA is the closest point a tourist can get to North Korea, the most fortified border in the world. That’s why very demanding regulations apply to travel to this area.

Even if you make a reservation on a tourable date through the website, your booking can be canceled by UNC the day before the tour. In this case, a full refund will be given. 

Panmunjom(JSA) tours may be canceled at any moment during the day of the tour if a particular situation arises in JSA. If a tour is canceled mid-tour due to unavoidable circumstances in the DMZ no refund will be given.

According to the UNC rules, the roster of the tourists to Panmunjom should be reported 48 hours (2 days) prior to the tour briefing time (14:30) in the camp Bonifas on the tour day. So the person who is interested in this tour should send your name, passport number and nationality to us at least 4 working days before.

Overseas resident Korean :
Tourists should scan their Overseas resident registration issued by Korean Embassy and attach it in an e-mail along with their passport number and name at least 5 working days prior to the tour day.

The following countries are required to have a Background Check from the UNC for this tour. Please scan your passport files and attach it in an email (at least 5 working days prior to tour day)

Afghanistan, Algeria, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Belarus, Bolivia, Bosnia, Burma, China, Cuba, Egypt, Estonia, Georgia, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lebanon, Libya, Lithuania, Macau, Malaysia, Moldova, Morocco, Nigeria, North Korea, Oman, Pakistan, Palestinian Authority, Qatar, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Taiwan, Tajikistan, Tunisia, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, Uzbekistan, Venezuela, Vietnam, Yemen

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JSA DMZ combined Tour

JSA is located inside the Demilitarized Zone(DMZ) and is the closest location to North Korea for visitors to see. The tension is very high, only a limited number of people are allowed to visit Panmunjom at a time. 

JSA DMZ combined Tour will be a special opportunity to experience the reality of North Korea and attain a better understanding of the situation. North Korean defector will brief about life in North Korea in Odu unification OP.

JSA DMZ combined Tour

Panmunjom and 3rd Infiltration Tunnel etc. This program has been condensed from a two-day experience into a one-day tour for those who wish to see all the sites, but time is limited. The cost of this tour is very economical in terms of the variety of attractions. Tourist satisfaction is higher than any other tour program.

What to Expect
  • JSA Security force Camp Bonifas in JSA (Peace House, Freedom House , Military Armistice Commission Building , Panmungak site of AX Murder incident, Bridge of no return)
  • GiJongDong (propaganda village)
  • TaesongDong (Freedom village)
  • Special meeting with North Korean defector
  • The Demilitarized Zone (The 3'rd infiltration Tunnel, Dora train station, Dora Observatory)

Departure & Return Location

  • Panmunjom Travel Center

Departure Time

  • 08:00 AM

Price Includes

  • Tour Guide
  • Entrance Fees
  • All transportation in destination location (SIC)
  • Lunch(Bulgogi) **Bibimbap for Vegetarian**

Price Excludes

  • Any Private Expenses
  • Travel Insurance

Tour Rules - Must READe

Tourists must bring passport on tour day.

Clothing Regulations:  No worn or faded jeans, exercise clothes, sleeveless shirts, miniskirts, knee trousers, sandals and slippers, round neck t-shirt.

Children under 11 years old are not allowed on the tours.

Consumption of alcohol is strictly prohibited.

The cameras with over 90mm zooming lens are not allowed. 

Panmunjom tours may be canceled at any moment during the day of the tour if a particular situation arises in JSA.



Koreana Hotel 8th floor Panmunjom Travel Center (PTC) desk


Take Freedom Highway to Imjingak

09:40~12:30The 3rd Infiltration Tunel, Dorasan Observatory, Dorasan Station

(Transfer to the shuttle bus to enter the DMZ area)

12:50~14:00Lunch (Bulgogi)

Lunch (Bulgogi) and move to Unification Bridge

14:00~14:30Check Passport at Unification Bridge

Arrive at United Nation Command Security Battalion “Camp Bonifas”

14:30~15:00Receive detailed Slide briefing

15:00~16:40Joint Security Area

Take military bus to Joint Security Area, Freedom House Military Armistice Commission Building

16:40~17:30Tour Finish

Arrival at Koreana Hotel in Seoul


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Family Traveller

Eye opening experience. I booked my tour with Koridoor and it was so worth it. If you go to Korea for any reason, you can not miss this. You can actually be in North Korea if you do this tour (once you’re inside the UN building).

This place shows what happened in the past and the guides also tells you the stories of the past. The roads leading up to this place was quite scary. Wired fences, bombs and other traps are every where. You have to listen to the military guide at all times. You are not allowed to take pictures of certain things for military reasons. The guide was very informative. The knowledge you acquire in this tour is amazing. The past and the present are very negative. But lets hope the future will be very very positive.

August 9, 2018


Group Traveller

I’ve already written a review under Camp Boniface so thought I’d highlight a few things I would have found useful before I went;

1. You will only see Panmunjom if you book a joint JSA/DMZ tour. Some people on our coach seemed to think it was part of the half day DMZ tour but it isn’t. The morning is the DMZ tour then the afternoon is the visit to the JSA. I would hate to be sat on a bus going back to Seoul at 1pm knowing I was missing out of the best bit. Some tour companies don’t make it clear so do your research.

2. The dress code is strict and a soldier will check you. Tour guides have extra clothing with them but i wouldn’t count on it especially if you are larger than the average Korean!! That being said, men were able to wear shorts below the knee, small logos on polo shirts were fine, shorts sleeves were allowed as was round neck tshirts as it was incredible hot. I have attached a picture of the JSA dress code rules given by my tour company as it did stress me out quite a bit beforehand.

3. The waiver you sign before the briefing at Camp Boniface is given back to you on the way out so no need to worry about the legality of signing it.

4. The JSA tour can be cancelled at the very last moment for a whole host of reasons from the obvious security ones to dignitary visits. There’s no refund if this happens but you will be offered a transfer to another date as happened to me. There are specific days/dates that tours don’t run but the tour operators have this on their websites.

5. It’s unlikely that you’ll see any North Korean guards facing off against the South Korean soldiers across the DMZ line. They hate the JSA tours and complain constantly about them so refuse to “participate” according to the US soldier who briefed our coach. The only time you might see them is if there is a tour on their side in which case they’ll appear.

Notwithstanding all of the above, it is the most amazing experience so make sure you do it!!!

August 8, 2018


Solo Traveller

Highlight for my whole korea trip. Unfortunately I didn’t managed to see the north korean soldier at the border. Such a disappointment.

But it’s definitely a worth going trip.

Do remember to book the trip in advance as your name is required to be submitted for security clearance before entering the place.

August 2, 2018


Group Traveller

You’re only able to visit this area with specific tour groups in Seoul and it’s a unique experience being at a place that is both well known and dangerous at the same time.

There were no North Korean guards when we visited and we have to follow many rules like specific clothing and no random photo taking, but the trip itself was well worth it.

Will strongly recommend visiting this place if you’re into history and politics, but be aware that trips here can be cancelled at any time due to various reasons, so be sure to go with a legit tour company. Be sure to go with a tour company where you can pay only on the day of the tour, so you don’t have to go through the hassle of a refund if anything happens.

We went with Cosmojin and the tour company allowed us to pay via cash on the day of the tour itself.

August 1, 2018


Group Traveller

South Korea has truly honored the sacrifice of those from over twenty countries who fought alongosde them to ensure their freedom. This entire area is very classy and dignified unlike the North Korean side which we also visited and where they just outright lie about the whole war.

July 4, 2018
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