188 Kms from Incheon
Once a year inside the Hermit Kingdom, the government of North Korea opens up it’s doors, if only slightly, for foreigners to come in and run Pyongyang city. While you may get a false glimpse of what life is like north of the border it’s something to say you’ve stepped over into this mysterious nation. Of course, expect changes from the advertised route and tight regulations within the country. There’s a lot of fine print on their official website and even the dates of the event are subject to change last minute as per the demands of the Eternal General Secretary of the Party, Kim Jong-Il.
51 Kms from Incheon
Kaesong is a beautiful city with a long history situated at the middle west of Korea. From old times it has been called as "Songak" or "Songdo" for many evergreen pine trees and fantastic rocks. Kaesong was the capital of Koryo (918-1392), first unified state on the Korean peninsula and its a city on the demarcation line which bisects a country and a nation. It is divided in an old and a new city areas. Touring includes a city tour, Panmunjom, King Kongmin's Mausoleum, the Concrete Wall and Pankyon Falls. As it was the capital of Koryo, it has varieties of historical remains and relics.