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Exploring the DMZ, South Korea

Sof music, deserted train platforms, infiltration tunnels – welcome to the Demilitarised Zone
PHOTOGRAPHS: CHRIS ZEIHER/LONELY PLANET

Attempting to warm myself on a cold morning in Seoul, South Korea, I clutched a piping-hot coffee as I located a small tour bus marked with three letters: DMZ. The ‘Demilitarised Zone’ is one of Korea’s most popular attractions, but what makes a visit to this buffer zone of 2.5 miles between North and South so fascinating?

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