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  • Time 08:00-17:00 Number of persons 1
    Pick up Place → The Unification Bridge → ID Check → DMZ theater and exhibition hall → The 3rd Infiltration Tunnel → Dora Observatory → Dorasan Station → Lunch(Bibimbap) → ID Check → Slideshow and briefing at Camp Bonifas → Joint Security Area → Freedom House → Military Armistice Commission Conference Room → Blue Bridge with the Moon Jae in and Kim Jong Un Signature Stone → Amethyst or Ginseng Center → Myeongdong Sending
  • KRW 157,000
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Why Cosmojin

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 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 includes JSA as a small piece of its dominion. The two zones are indivisible because the entire DMZ was created under the truce agreement signed at JSA in 1953. Logically, the DMZ tour should contain a visit to the JSA. But, the JSA tour has been operating as a split one just for the convenience of travelers who are not available for an entire day tour. So, you are advised to have the combined package of DMZ tour and JSA tour.
- The combined tour offers you the comprehensive picture of the Korean War.
- The DMZ tour shows you historical objects of the battlefields, while the JSA tour focuses on the governmental engagement between the two sides of the truce arrangement.
- The combined tour can offer you a complete discernment of the North and South relations in just one day.

Highlight of DMZ tour
The highlight of the DMZ tour is to travel over a tunnel dug by North Korea. The tunnel was found by the South Army as the third one among four tunnels, hence the name “The Third Tunnel”. It is an unusual knowledge to discover a 1,635 meter tunnel at the depth of 73 meters underground. The percolation tunnel was made by unsafe manual excavation work with dynamites, shovels and pick choppers. The tunnel is located only four kilometers away from JSA, where the officials of North Korea repeat their version of peace and reunion.
What can you expect from the tour? Real histories of Korean War, an impartial perspective on the governmental announcement of Communism and Capitalism, and a new paradigm of the North/South Korean connection.

Highlight of JSA tour
If you are going to inspect the actual conflict of two Koreas, visit the conference row of JSA and go in the central room of the seven conference buildings. You can even step over the partition line which is distinguished in the middle of the room.
At the UNC Guard Post Three (GP 3) outside of the conference room, you would discover yourself surrounded by North Korea at your three sides. There you can take pictures of the northern mountains and villages in the near distance. You will finally move by the focal point of the cruelest case of JSA, which is called the “Axe Murder Incident” of 1976. Two officers of US army were axed to death under an enormous popular tree.
Visit JSA and face in person the longest bitter conflict of the world, history, yet going on in the conference auditorium.
Click here now if you want to join a trip for DMZ and JSA

What You Can Expect

Benefits of a combined package of the DMZ tour and the JSA tour

The DMZ contains the JSA as a small piece of its dominion. The two zones are not divisible because the whole DMZ was created under the truce consensus signed at the JSA in 1953. Logically, the DMZ tour should incorporate a visit to the JSA. However, the JSA tour ran as an unconnected one just for the convenience of travelers who are not available for a total day tour.
- The combined tour supplies you the all-inclusive photo of the Korean War.
- The DMZ tour gives you the battle fields of the three year war, while the JSA tour concentrates on the political clash between the two sides for the armistice accord.
- The combined tour can arrange you a perfect insight of the North and South relations in just one day.

Seoulcitytourbooking has managed for more than fifteen years the JSA tour service most professionally to offer you with everything you require:
- The best storytelling tour guide for JSA+DMZ
- The most suitable transportation to and from the JSA (including a morning pick-up service at your hotel in Seoul)
- The perfect support of your preparation, not to be rejected at the gate of JSA (including your dress code defined by UNC)
Please be counseled 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 discover they are too late to join a tour group. So, if you are going to look at JSA DMZ, the first thing to do is to touch Seoulcitytourbooking Tour.

Highlights of Tour
- Unification Bridge
- Camp Bonifas
- Freedom House
- Session Room of MAC (Military Armistice Commission)
- UN Guard Post Three
- Focal Point of Axe Murder Incident
- Bridge of No Return
- Imjingak Park
- The 3rd Infiltration Tunnel
- DMZ theater and exhibition hall
- Dora Observatory
- Dorasan Station
- The best quality Ginseng Center or Amethyst Factory Outlet
- Hotel pick-up and transportation by air-conditioned vehicles


You can take whole national security tour, DMZ+JSA, a day. so you can feel and recognize more tention of peninsula and sad historical story about Korea.

You will be last witness by watching last country divided by ideolagy, communism and capitalism, around 60 years ago.

One of the last places some people might expect as a popular tourist attraction this small vollage straddles the line seperating North and South Korea. When you join the Panmmunjum tour you will always be under military escort.

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 in central of Seoul is an additional charge of KRW 10,000 per person)
2. Pick up Place is President Hotel 1st floor In the Lobby

Payment / Cancelation

Due to the limited slot
▶ After the reservation : 100% of cancellation fee
▶ No show on tour date : 100% of cancellation fee

Cancellation Policy
The delivery of this Letter of Confirmation clarifies the confirmation of the JSA tour request and NOT available for cancellation, NO Refund. Therefore, as notified, 100% of the tour price as cancellation penalty shall be debited to your guarantee card in case of No Shows.


1.Please be sure to bring your passport!

2.The JSA tour has been changed from a consistent open tourist destination to a border military area. Therefore, unlike reservations in advance, the UN will give a confirmation one day before or even on the day of the tour.

It can even be canceled on the day of the tour but, if the JSA is canceled, the DMZ tour will still proceed.  The rest of the tour fee will be refunded immediately.

3.All tours end at Myeongdong. (Unless otherwise informed)

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

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


**Remarks for DMZ *JSA Tour

  1. Please be sure to bring your passport!
  2. The JSA tour has been changed from an open spot(always-on tourist destination to a border military zone). Therefore, unlike pre-booking system, Confirmation is made daily, and it is made one day prior to the tour date from U.N.

Depending on sudden situation occurring on the day of the tour(political issues or on the day of the JSA zone becomes closed) the DMZ  Part of the tour will only proceed and the price will change  65,000 won and partial refund will be granted. If the JSA tour becomes cancelled, the guide will explain this.

  1. All tours end at Myeongdong. (Unless otherwise  informed)


** Important Notice

0) All the tourists have to use the authorized bus and follow the time & photo regulations

1) Clothes like no sleeves, short pants, short skirts, ripped jeans, leggings and sandals, slippers or open toe shoes(The visitors will explore the 3rd Tunnel that has a slope)

2) Children under 10 years are not allowed and should be over 11 years for the entrance.

3) No speak, no gesture, no approach, no respond to the personnel of North Korea.

4) Cosmojin Tour is not liable for any personal injuries or losses that may occur.

5) Cosmojin Tour is not responsible for any of your inability to explore the tour spots due to physical conditions(Claustrophobia, senior persons, pregnant, asthma, heart problem etc).


6)Due to the time limit allowed, the length of time for each stops shall be controlled.


7)DMZ CLOSED for PLAN B : URL https://www.cosmojin.com/cosmojin3/DMZ_n2_dmzarea.jpg


** Cancellation Policy

The delivery of this Letter of Confirmation clarifies the confirmation of the JSA tour request and NOT available for cancellation, NO Refund. Therefore, as notified, 100% of the tour price as cancellation penalty shall be debited to your guarantee card in case of No Shows.

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.


  • 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.

  • 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

  • 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.

  • 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 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)

  • angelmylife

    • 2019/12/06 10:22:37

    The tour guide was awesome, very knowledgeable and interesting. He loves his job. I had a great time. Some rude people kept talking over him...RUDE. The only complaint I have is that there were not any North Korean soldiers in the blue house. I would have liked to have seen one. We got exactly what was promised out of this tour. The bimbimbap was delish. We were warned that we may not get to go to visit the JSA, but we did get to. thank goodness. Loved it. It was an ALL day tour. Left in the morning and arrived home in the evening. Long ride home. :)

  • Ccsiggy

    • 2019/09/23 17:33:16

    Cool and informative tour 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.

  • Samuel

    • 2018/08/29 16:25:27

    Excellent tour with lots to visit and see. Food was decent as well. If you can handle tensed situation, highly recommended! It is also fast and easy with booking.

  • Shawn

    • 2018/07/31 20:18:39

    exceeded my expectation! The guide, S.P Hong was just awesome and very caring

  • Melvin

    • 2018/07/23 10:22:36

    Great tour with a unreal tour guide (S,P). The tour covers pretty much everything I was looking for and I learnt so much about not just two Koreas but the cultural aspects of it too. Worth every penny!! Thanks S.P

  • Mihai Victor

    • 2018/03/05 10:56:45

    “Excellent” Great tour, fantastic guide (S.P.), I would really recommend taking this one (the full day tour).

  • Ryan

    • 2018/03/05 10:55:24

    Early start but a fascinating tour. Our guide was great!

  • Leo M Kiernan

    • 2017/12/04 11:50:51

    Excellent tour! SP was a very good tour guide & provided outstanding commentary throughout. The JSA was definitely the highlight of the tour.

  • D1

    • 2017/11/27 22:53:05

    I do not recommend this tour. The tour guides on this trip are always great until the end when they become very pushy to get you to visit either a ginseng museum or jewelery store that obvioulsy pay them. After paying 137,000 won per head to see the DMZ I did not, nor did a lot of people want to visit a ginseng store. We were all ushered off the bus into the building despite protest. It was quite pushy and embarrasing. Next time I have family visit I will be using an alternative touring company.

  • Mr. Rufino Tima

    • 2017/09/07 17:52:29

    Enjoyed every bit of it Aside from several changes of vehicle in Seoul before the start of the tour, everything went well throughout the trip. The number of participants was just right, the information given during the tour sufficient enough. I would have given it a 5 star if we were given a little more time to explore each of the sites we visited. We got back to Seoul, i thought too early. But overall everything was great. I will definitely recommend this tour to my friends and most likely will do it again.

  • Andre Michel

    • 2017/09/07 17:51:49

    In the morning we were picked up by our tour guide S.P. Hong: He is a really charming guy with good english skills and a broad knowledge about WWII and the Korean history. During the trip from Seoul to the DMZ he told us about the historical conditions which led to the korean seperation as we know it today. The trip felt very comfortable due to his funny manner. Our first stop took us to Imjingak Park where we took a short break. I would have liked to stay there a little longer, especially because it was strange to see a theme park this close to the Korean border. After the passport control we went to the third infiltration tunnel. Since we were not the only tour group we were shown a short movie about the DMZ. The tunnel itself was fascinating. Located in a depth of about 70 meters it was quite exhausting to walk all the way down and up again. Nevertheless we had plenty of time and the tunnel is broad enough and also ventilated, what made it comfortable to walk through. Afterwards we had a short stop at Dora observatory, where we were able to see one of North Koreas propaganda cities and also hear its loudspeakers whose nonstop announcements were translated for us by S.P. At the JSA we met our military escort Walter and heard a talk about the area and its past. He also advised us how to behave and when it is allowed to take photos, etc. After this introduction a bus took us to the Military Armistice Commission Conference Room, being the centerpiece of the tour. Standing in front of the actual border gives you a spine-tingling feeling. But crossing the border and physically standing inside North Korea gave me an adrenaline rush. Allthough we just had a few minutes, we could take lots of photos - also with the south Korean soldiers which were present. Summarizing the tour I can highly recommend it to anyone who visits South Korea. I had a really great experience which is barely comparable to any other trip I made - and it was totally worth it.

  • JusTourisT

    • 2017/09/07 05:40:44

    I would highly recommend this tour to anyone wanting to visit the DMZ and JSA. Cosmojin Touring provided great services. Starting out by picking me up near where I was staying, the driver took us to a location to meet up with a Tour Bus, which was very comfortable. The tour guide, SP, was very educated on South and North Korea relations, the history of the DMZ and JSA and had other great fun facts that you would not have expected to be a part of the tour! SP has a legal education and furthered education in the Korean culture. I cannot stress enough how much this guy knew! Not just talking points but actual cultural knowledge. He was amazing! The tour itself was amazing! Met some great people on this tour, a couple of whom are now good friends abroad. Again, I would suggest this tour group over any other one because of the tour guides knowledge and all aspects this group has to offer [tunnel 3, DMZ, lunch (yum), JSA, Unification Bridge and Railroad].

  • Taylor

    • 2017/08/22 18:52:47

    Our tour started with a personal pick up at our hotel, the driver came right to the door which was nice because it was tucked away in the side streets and hard to find. The tour bus was large and air conditioned. The group was small enough that we did not feel lost or overwhelmed by the number of people. There could have been more information about the history of the war provided by the tour guide during the drive there. We stopped at the Jsa and were able to go inside the building and ask questions. The American soldier that guided us was very friendly. Our lunch was okay, the food wasn't amazing but it wasn't awful. We feel that the time budgeted for lunch (an hour) was too long and that if this had been shorter we would not have been as rushed when visiting places in the Dmz in the afternoon. The tour ended with a trip to an amythyst store which was not part of the itinerary and was not particularly interesting. There was no hotel drop off but the area we were dropped off in was full of shopping and restaurants which was nice, it was also at the subway. The highlights were the Jsa, freedom bridge (you neee to pay to see it all), observatory (you need money for the binoculars), the train station, and the tunnels (LOTS of walking). We were also able to buy souvenirs at many stops.

  • dstacho1

    • 2017/08/22 18:52:11

    I did the full day DMZ and JSA tour with my dad, and found it to be a great learning experience as our host taught us many things about the Korean War and the current situation. It was split up into a theme of past, present, and future, in which each location represented a different symbol of the status between the two Koreas. The tour started by being picked up in a private car from our hotel, and then onwards in a tour bus with our guide and presenter SP Hong. SP was amazing and he kept us entertained as we drove through Seoul, and even the bus ride there was filled with interesting conversation and sightseeing. At the DMZ, the tour is quick and hosted by the US military, but they were also friendly and engaging. The later portion of the tour was a bit tiring as it was a lot of walking and standing in the hot sun, but the tunnels and JSA were great. You're able to take plenty of pictures and get some good views on North Korea. I strongly recommend this tour package. Thank you!

  • Mr. Patrick Richard Schneider

    • 2017/08/22 13:19:32

    We went on this tour in August 2017. Everything was coordinated perfectly, from the pick-up from our hotel in downtown Seoul to all the sights on this tour. I would definitely recommend to see both DMZ and JSA, as both are very interesting and make a complete tour.

  • Josu

    • 2017/08/10 20:03:50

    We booked the DMZ+JSA tour, and untill the day of the tour we were not notified that the JSA tour was cancelled and we had to agree visiting only DMZ. In fact, in our opinion, de DMZ tour is not interesting, We did not like how we were notified on the same day of the JSA tour that it was cancelled.


    • 2017/08/06 14:50:55

    The tour was fantastic, JSA+DMZ is a must visit place if you are in South Korea. Our guide was very informative about whole Korean Peninsula and I liked his approach. You will see a lot of places on this tour, one must also see North Korea from a telescope and North Korean soldiers just 70 Meters away from you in JSA.

  • John

    • 2015/07/07 10:39:25

    You must do both Jsa and Dmz. Make sure you go during the time an American soldier gives the JSA tour.

  • Frank

    • 2015/07/07 10:35:21

    Thank you very much for this woderful tour. It was great time for me to learn about Korea

  • kyle

    • 2015/07/07 10:31:17

    I'm really enjoyed this tour. I wouldn't forget it

  • NIKA

    • 2015/07/07 10:21:14


  • James

    • 2015/05/26 14:52:07

    Nice tour !

  • Nick

    • 2015/05/26 14:51:36

    The weather was fine so I could see the part of North Korea through binoculars from the Dora Observatory. At the shop near the Third Infiltration Tunnel I bought some DMZ-related souvenirs for my family. Next time I'd like to sign up for the JSA tour with Cosmojin

  • mahamahd

    • 2015/05/19 15:57:39

    I learned a lot about Korea. it's nice trip.

  • Rachel

    • 2015/05/13 09:19:26

    very good !!!


    • 2015/05/13 09:18:54

    I joined the JSA&DMZ tour with Cosmojin travel agency. I found a couple of companies that are authorized to operate this tour but their staff was very informative of the tour and responded promptly when I had questions by e-mail. The whole tour was great and good value for money. It covered all areas, the 3rd tunnel, Mt. Dora Observatory and the JSA with lunch. The tour started early morning but it was okay with me cause they picked me up at my hotel at 7:10 am (but not drof off) Tour guide was very knowledgeable and spoke excellent English. His information and instructions were clear. I was glad to hear the history of South and North Korea Of course no.1 highlight of the tour was the JSA and stepping into North Korea. but I also enjoyed the DMZ portions especially Dorasan station. It was just unused station for now but a huge billboard hang on the station was keep remaining in my mind. "Not the last station from the South, but the first station toward the North" Hopefully One day the train will be able to run into North Korea,

  • Елена

    • 2015/04/23 09:55:05

    I really liked this tour. It was great chance to know and better understand Korea The Combined DMZ&JSA tour was much expensive a little bit than half day ones but it worth paying more!! If you have enough time to do this, I recommend you to visit both places.

  • Max

    • 2015/04/23 09:52:22

    I joined this JSA trip with Cosmojin travel agency recommended by my friend. It's not a JSA only but DMZ&JSA trip exactly. During the tour, I had many questions but the tour guide was very helpful and knowledgeable about the conflict and DMZ history. Typically the tour was well organized including good pick up service and DMZ expert tour guide. It's very meaningful and special experience that I can do only here in korea.

  • Alex

    • 2015/04/22 10:10:00

    When I was looking for this trip, there were numerous travel agencies for booking JSA tour online. So I asked the hotel receptionists about the reliable travel agency they work with. and I chose the comsojin tour agency on their recommendation. I had a good time on the JSA trip with them. Their service was great including very punctual driver who picked us from hotel. The guide S.P. was an excellent, knowledgeable person, He shared very interesting thing about Korea and made the tour very enjoyable And moreover It was fantastic weather to see JSA&DMZ. The tour was full day tour which includes lunch called bibimbap. I went to the tunnel, the northernmost station of the South Korea which is 700m distant from the southern boundary line of DMZ and Joint Security area finally! I was a few steps away from North Korea!! I was so nervous but excited at the same time. I couldn't explain how i felt exactly:) it exceeeded my expectations. very special and memorable experience!

  • Connie

    • 2015/04/18 02:08:19

    You must do both Jsa and Dmz. Make sure you go during the time an American soldier gives the JSA tour. Ours was on a Thursday. This is so worth the time, the money and the sweat. The 3rd infiltration tunnel is a workout coming up. Our tour guide was S.P.Hong. He was funny, very kind and very knowledgeable. The drop off point is not back at your hotel but at Itaewon. We made it back by Subway. Download a korean subway app and take a picture on your phone before you leave as sometimes phone had no signal. We will never forget this trip ever. Great job Cosmojin. MR Hong deserves great praise.

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  • Alice

    • 2014/06/05 16:14:01

    The JSA tour was a surreal experience of the reality of Cold War. 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 of two Koreas. Thanks a lot, Cosmojin.


    • 2014/06/03 14:00:32

    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.

  • Zzz

    • 2014/06/02 14:00:18

    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.

  • Nina

    • 2014/06/01 14:00:02

    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.

  • Kisha

    • 2014/06/01 13:59:50

    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

  • Shally

    • 2014/06/01 13:59:35

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

  • tina

    • 2014/05/31 13:59:09

    The JSA tour was a surreal experience of the reality of Cold War. 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 of two Koreas. Thanks a lot, Cosmojin.