Following the Inter-Korea Summit of April 27th, 2018, hopes for peace is high. South Koreans and the international community are hoping that North Korea will open up their country to the world. Does this mean we can go on North Korea tour someday?! (I mean “safely” of course) In case the day comes, let’s see things to do in North Korea.
South Korea’s President Moon and North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un met on April 27th Friday 2018 at JSA (Joint-Security Area or Panmunjeom) for summit.
Until now, DMZ/JSA tour from South Korean side was the only safe way to take a peak at North Korea. But with the summit and peace on the way, maybe… we could to North Korea tour soon!
Attention, all travelholics! You may be able to scrath off North Korea tour off of your bucket list.
North Korea, here we come! (This is Pyeongyang City, capital of North Korea. Doesn’t it look like any Asian city?)
Dream of skiing in North Korea’s only ski resort, Masikryeong Ski Resort may come true! Once it opens, we will be the first ones to make ski lessons there 🙂
You can also visit Munsu Water Park in Pyeongyang, capital of North Korea.
Also, North Korea has rich history and historical spots to visit.
Pyeongyang Metro was built years before Seoul’s subway system was built! You may be able to try out Pyeongyang’s metro system on your North Korea tour.
Of course, you can’t miss taking photos with the gigantic statues of the leaders.
North Korea’s also got observatory tower and the night view looks quite nice.
Of course, you can’t miss hanging out with the locals. North Koreans are known to be a fun bunch who loves to sing and dance.
Don’t forget to go shopping on your North Korea tour! They sell ginseng soju, ginseng chips, unique communist posters and so much more!
North Korea has some beautiful mountains as well. It will be beautiful in autumn.
Did you know that someone even made a North Korea Travel App to make your North Korea tour easier?
But…. for your safety, it’s probably best to stick to the South Korea’s DMZ/JSA tour.
When Mr. Kim opens the door, we’ll make sure to send you an invite!
Maybe in 5 years time? Hope to party in North Korea’s unique triangular building, Ryugyeong Hotel.
Once again, congrats on the two Koreas. Let us hope for the best! North Korea tour will be a dream-come-true for so many Koreans and travelholics.
Go visit JSA (Joint Security Area or Panmunjeom) where the two leaders met, shook hands and crossed over the borders. On our JSA tour, you will be able to visit the Blue buildings and witness the summit with your own eyes. You can also take a peak at North Korea from the safe South Korean side.