The Demilitarized Zone is the big border across the 38th parallel which separates North Korea from South Korea. It is considered the most military active and dangerous border in the world. Our trip to the border was relaxing, yet tense. Taking photographs was only allowed at set points and we had to walk in a straight line at all times. You can make pictures of the military around the border, but they do not acknowledge you being there and will just ignore you.
We received an explanation about the Korean War by an officer of the KPA (Korean People’s Army) and visited a small museum and shop on the DPRK side of the border.