Looking into North Korea

Jumelles pour apercevoir la Corée du Nord depuis l’Observatoire Odusan, l’un des endroits les plus touristiques le long de la DMZ coréenne. A cet endroit, les deux Corées sont séparées par l’Imjin.

Pour davantage de précisions, voir les posts précédents:

https://beyondborderlines.wordpress.com/2013/07/28/coree-la-dmz-futur-parc-nationalkorea-dmz-future-national-park/

https://beyondborderlines.wordpress.com/2013/06/10/coreekorea-3/

Looking into North Korea

Binoculars to look into North Korea from Odusan Observatory, one of the most touristic place along the Korean DMZ. At this point, Imjin River separates both Koreas.

For further explanations, also see some former posts:

https://beyondborderlines.wordpress.com/2013/07/28/coree-la-dmz-futur-parc-nationalkorea-dmz-future-national-park/

https://beyondborderlines.wordpress.com/2013/06/10/coreekorea-3/

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