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.


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.