Seoul Tours
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Ensure that your visit to the DMZ is comprehensive and completely stress-free on a group tour from Seoul. Listen to engaging commentary as your guide takes you to the Dora Observatory, third tunnel, and other significant locations within the demilitarized zone. Your full-day excursion further includes a stop at the JSA, the only place where North Korean and South Korean soldiers stand face-to-face in the same room.

Ages 12-99, max of 40 per group
Duration: 6h 30m
Start time: Check availability
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Live guide: English
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Highlights
  • Enjoy a thorough overview of the JSA and DMZ
  • Have lunch at a traditional Korean restaurant
  • Visit an attraction that most foreign visitors miss
  • Travel comfortably in round-trip transportation

  • Professional English Guide
  • Transportation
  • Lunch
What's not included
  • Pick-Up / Drop-off Service


Start:
  • President Hotel, 16 Eulji-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul, South Korea
    Departure Point: President Hotel (Near the City Hall) at 08:00 AM Address: President Hotel, #188-3 Eulji-ro 1ga, Jung-gu, Seoul Directions: Tour bus departs from outside of President Hotel, and your tour guide will be looking for you at the lobby(1F) of the hotel. Dates: See Availability
End:
  • Euljiro 1(il)-ga, South Korea, 서울특별시 Jung-gu, 을지로동 42
    Tour finishes in Myeongdong (Euljiro 1-ga station, exit 8)

  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Near public transportation
If you have questions about accessibility, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 58847P3

  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Please be sure to bring your passport!
  • The JSA tour has been changed from an open spot(always-on tourist destination to a border military zone). Therefore, unlike pre-booking system, Confirmation is made daily, and it is made one day prior to the tour date from U.N.
  • All tours end at Myeongdong. (Unless otherwise informed)
  • All the tourists have to use the authorized bus and follow the time & photo regulations
  • Clothes like no sleeves, short pants, short skirts, ripped jeans, leggings and sandals, slippers or open toe shoes(The visitors will explore the 3rd Tunnel that has a slope)
  • Children under 10 years are not allowed and should be over 11 years for the entrance.
  • No speak, no gesture, no approach, no respond to the personnel of North Korea.
  • Cosmojin Tour is not liable for any personal injuries or losses that may occur.
  • Cosmojin Tour is not responsible for any of your inability to explore the tour spots due to physical conditions(Claustrophobia, senior persons, pregnant, asthma, heart problem etc).
  • Most travellers can participate
  • Due to the time limit allowed, the length of time for each stops shall be controlled.
  • This experience requires a minimum number of travellers. If it’s cancelled because the minimum isn’t met, you’ll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 40 travellers

  • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

If you have questions about this tour or need help making your booking, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 58847P3

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Itinerary
  • 16 Eulji-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul, South Korea
    Departure Point: President Hotel (Near the City Hall) at 08:00 AM Address: President Hotel, #188-3 Eulji-ro 1ga, Jung-gu, Seoul Directions: Tour bus departs from outside of President Hotel, and your tour guide will be looking for you at the lobby(1F) of the hotel. Dates: See Availability
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  • South Korea, 서울특별시 Jung-gu, 을지로동 42
    Tour finishes in Myeongdong (Euljiro 1-ga station, exit 8)
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  • Cosmo. Jin Tour - Day Tours
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    Seoul, South Korea
  • cynthialee2022
    0 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    DMZ tour was great!
    Han was very informative and shared a vast knowledge of the history and current status of North and South Korea. Deducting one star because there was not enough time for lunch within the long day. Also deducting because of the stop to the amethyst shop, total tourist trap that was unnecessary.
    Written 29 May 2024
  • shanizahg
    0 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    100% Recommend- this tour is very worth it!
    The tour was amazing. Our tour guide Han was very friendly and informative and made sure that everyone was well taken care of. He shared some very valuable information and did a great job at being a tour guide. This was a once in a lifetime experience and I recommend everyone to give this tour a go!
    Written 29 May 2024
  • V900LOajb
    0 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Ron Han delivers!
    Even though JSA, the most interesting landmark was closed, The tour exceeded my expectations. Especially Ron Han, our tour guide was excellent. He kept good pace, wwas punctual. Moreover he provided timely and interesting tidbits of history and trivia about the war and current situation. The underground tunnel was terrifying, and obaervation posts was quite incredible and bizarre. We were told we were lucky to get a clear day with high visibility, and we saw many north koreans going about the day. Overall, very satisfying experience
    Written 29 May 2024
  • ShawnAnand
    0 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Seoul Experience
    The visit to DMZ in Seoul is excellent. Our guide Ron Han explained everything very well. We could easily understand his English.
    Written 29 May 2024
  • N7735CQhenryt
    0 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    DMZ Tour
    Detailed and highly informative tour with an extremely fascinating QnA session with an actual defector from North Korea. Highly recommended!
    Written 29 May 2024
  • jayaX664EH
    0 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Positive experience
    Very friendly and thorough explanations of the origins of the DMZ. Well paced tour and lots of places to visit. Would recommend
    Written 29 May 2024
  • davidrockl
    0 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Great Tour, must see!!!
    Great tour! Ron is humorous and very knowledgeable about the history of DMZ. I am glad to have come with my family. My girls really enjoyed it too.
    Written 29 May 2024
  • Curious14396356569
    0 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Great experience!
    Great guide and great experience. Would highly recommend. If you can, go and do the JSA tour as well when it opens back up.
    Written 29 May 2024
  • 979creightond
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    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    DMZ tour
    Great tour and guide highly recommend going to the dmz and taking the tour. Very informative tour guide and very nice bus
    Written 29 May 2024
  • Gilberto R
    0 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Dmz tour
    The bus was great and and the stops were informative and the right amount of time and the Guide Ron Han was really nice and approachable
    Written 29 May 2024
  • allisonlH6234JJ
    0 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Great
    History and seeing North Korea through binoculars was amazing. Beware the exercise in the tunnel and walking overall.
    Written 29 May 2024
  • johnoliverh2024
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    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    taeryGadoT naeroK htron fehcuoT II
    Excellent on all levels. Highly reccomended. Great focus, friendly guide with sense of humor. Plenty of time to get water at rest periods.
    Written 29 May 2024
  • Seektheuniverse
    0 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Excellent Tour Guide and Company!
    I highly recommend this tour. I learned a lot from this trip to the DMZ. The tour guide, SP Hong, has extensive knowledge of the history of the Korean War, among other things. The timing for the tour is perfect and punctual! I would love to return again on a different tour in the future.
    Written 28 May 2024
  • carmenmF544KW
    0 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    DMZ tour
    It was a tour with a lot of information about the DMZ. You also get free time to spend in de DMZ and the peace prak where you can buy north korean won.
    Written 28 May 2024
  • Navigator61636400096
    0 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    DMZ trip
    Very interesting trip. We also had a question and answer from a woman who had escaped from North Korea which was fascinating. Excellent Korean buffet at the unification villager the end
    Written 28 May 2024
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dori_lukey
Singapore, Singapore666 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Loved the tour. It was very comprehensive, covering most of the important landmarks in the Dmz. As someone who is mesmerised by the Korean War, this tour gives more than enough to satisfy my curiosity for the DMZ.

The tour to the JSA was brief, but it was understandable as we were still technically within a war zone. You're only allowed to take pictures when instructed and the tour is conducted by a US army personnel, which is understandable to the tense situation. There were no North Korean soldiers when we visited though, which was explained to us that the guards don't stand there 24/7, a misconception on our part.

My personal favourite was the Third Infiltration Tunnel portion, where we were able to witness actual tunnel dug by North Koreans to infiltrate the South. The journey was not easy though, as you have to descend almost 25 storeys underground and climb back up via a steepish slope.

The tunnel is also relatively narrow and low, allowing for only 2 lines of people to pass through at around 1.6m to 1.7m tall. So expect some level of discomfort and exercise (bring a bottle of water). Still, it was a very fun and exciting experience.

I also loved the Dora Observatory, where you can literally observe the North Korean territory. The Dorasan station was also not bad. The bimbimbap lunch was not bad too, allowing you to top up the side dish and the soup is totally awesome. You can also pay 5000 won extra to 'upgrade' your meal to include meat.

My not so favourite portion was the Amethyst Center portion at the end of the trip, which was obviously a tourist trap. For the 147,000 won that I've paid, I would expect Cosmojin to at least have the decency to just make this a fully DMZ tour minus the tourist traps.

Would have given the tour 5 stars if there is no Amethyst Center.

If would have been good too if Cosmojin included the entry fee to the Dorasan train station platform as part of the cost as it is only 1000 won. Would like to thank our tour guide SP Hong for helping us to get in the station platform and allowed us to see the tracks into North Korea.

All in all I think this is a great tour, despite the cost at 147,000 won. I mean, you're paying to enter a place that is still technically at war. A longer duration at each place would have been better though. Like just remove the Amethyst Center and give us 5 minutes extra at each location.

Also, special commendation to our tour guide SP Hong for trying his best to keep us entertained and telling us various background info and history. I disagree with your views on Mr Trump, but I really appreciate your effort in making the tour enjoyable for all of us. Good job and thank you! Keep up this effort to interact with your guests :)

Another FYI that the tour is held in a 40 people group, but understandable again given that the JSA only allows 2 buses in at any time slot. You have to determine whether the price is worth paying for, which I think for such a tour, is really worth it. Just some areas for improvement.
Written 14 July 2018
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gdiepen
4 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Let me start out with the verdict of the tour itself: wow and unique! We just loved to have the opportunity to visit such a well known place.

Our guide was S. P. (special presenter) and he did a great job of not only giving a lot of background information, but also ensuring the whole group (40 persons) were sticking to the strict time schedule.

While officially the tour ends at a completely different place than where it starts and you have to go back by metro, SP provided us with the option that we could be dropped of at a much more conve ient location closer to where we started which we greatly appreciated!

There are two things that stop me from giving the 5th star:
* we signed up for a dmz/jsa tour and I really don't get it why we have to visit an amethyst store at the end of the tour. This really annoys me and I think it would work better if they provide everybody a discount coupon and provide the location of the store.
* we got picked up at our hotel by another driver who acted annoyed about everything and drove like he was applying for a role in the fast and the furious seoul edition..... Both my wife and I got scared when he drove full speed into a parking garage downward cornering slope with squealing tires.... This driver did not understand that he IS our first impression of the company and this way that was not a good first impression!

Written 11 September 2018
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bassiew
Amsterdam, The Netherlands10 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2018 • Solo
The one day tour to JSA and DMZ was very interesting as it brings you as close you can get to the border with North Korea and the historic border at Panmunjom. Our guide SP was funny and helpful, and his English was good. Lunch at a cafeteria halfway the tour was ok.
If you really have to choose between only JSA or DMZ, always choose the JSA option. The feeling of walking around in the JSA is surrealistic and is a must if you plan to visit Seoul.

However, the tour ended with a visit to a store where several shops sold precious amethyst stones. In my opinion, this was just a commercial setup and did not add anything to the JSA/DMZ tour. If this visit to the stores was not included, my rating would have been 5 stars instead of 4.
Written 13 August 2018
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lolchichi
Barcelona, Spain1 contribution
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2018 • Couples
DON`T BOOK WITH COSMOJIN!!!!! COSMOJIN IS CHEATING ON PEOPLE!!!! GO TO A DIFFERENT TOUR OPERATOR!!!!!
We booked the full JSA & DMZ Tour and were forced to pay 294.000 Korean Won (230 Euros) for 2 people, the day we made the reservation. The tour took place on a Saturday (31.03.2018). Before entering the bus the tour guide informed us that the JSA part of the tour got cancelled. The normal DMZ tour would have cost us 55.000 WON each. He promised us, that we would get the overpaid amount (184.000 WON) back. We had to leave Southkorea the next day and never got our money back (almost 150 EUROS). We contacted Cosmojin several times, got a poor answer once, but never got our money back. VERY POOR AND UNPLEASANT EXPERIENCE!!!
Written 3 May 2018
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Kuro-Kitsune
Surfers Paradise, Australia3 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
The JSA has been closed since late last year (late October I believe) due to the actual demilitarisation of the area (read removing landmines). Cosomjin is well aware of this fact, but fails to inform you of it until you arrive at the President Hotel and offer to just show you the DMZ instead. I had several emails back and forth with Cosmojin staff, and they never advised me that the JSA had been closed for ~4 months and was unlikely to be open any time soon.

We attempted to book through Cosmojin directly, but ended up booking through GetYourGuide as Cosmojin had unsafe payment practices (asked for a deposit/payment through sending credit card details via email a breach of PCI-DSS requirements). And thank God we had as GetYourGuide gave us a full refund for the DMZ/JSA tour.

We then had to pay Cosmojin directly to go on the DMZ tour (way to cut out the middle man we had initially booked through).

The DMZ tour itself was nothing special, the guide did not seem very knowledgeable and only really talked about things that were rumours rather than fact. The only interesting things were going into the third tunnel (which was physically demanding) and the observatory (on a clear day). We were taken to the train station, but entry to the platform was not provided in our tour (likely to prevent us from escaping)

Kick-backs were clearly being given to Cosmojin by souvenir vendors and cafes in the area, as we were encouraged to buy souvenirs from certain stops and discouraged from others. A certain cafe was seen giving the tour guide a coffee with no payment received.

Finally at the end of the tour instead of being dropped off were we started we were taken to an amethyst factory for no clear reason other than to sell the captive tourists some highly marked up amethysts. The guide corralled everyone into the amethyst store and held us there for around 20 minutes - thanks to the power of the internet and no one really being interested in jewelry I don't think anyone actually bought anything. We were then finally dropped off in a market place.

We expected to attend a tour that provided us with an insider perspective of the Korean War and how the War has affected both North and South Korea (especially given there was a North Korean defector in attendance), instead we felt cheated by the manner in which this company and tour guide treated us.
Written 21 February 2019
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sgr0915
Europe1 contribution
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2018 • Business
I hardly ever leave reviews but I'm so frustrated with this company and tour guide that I'm forced to.

Here are some highlights you might expect on a tour with SP Hong on the Cosmojin DMZ - JSA tour booked through Get Your Guide

-He will be too frustrated and tired to answer your questions. Don't dare ask questions that others might have asked already (even if you were sitting in the back of the bus and couldn't hear / couldn't understand him) because he will berate you in front of other guests and scream at you that you need to pay attention to him. Wait, what am I doing on a tour if I can't ask questions?

-He will refuse to help anyone with disabilities. At one point he told a woman with a disability on our tour her that she was going to slow him down. Then he attempted to cheat her out of taxi fare when she asked for assistance in arranging a ride back (because the bus won't drop you off when you return to Seoul)

-He will lie to you about costs. Lunch was meant to be included with the cost of the tour. They line you up at the cafeteria depending on what you want to eat (there are only two options and both are gross so don't get overly excited here) and THEN he will tell you that you need to pay extra for the food.

-He will rush you along at the tour spots. 15 minutes here to visit the entire park and train station in Paju? That's barely enough time to get everyone on and off the bus. (Literally. Too many people - 40+ ) And yet somehow, this tour that was advertised as 12 hours was only 9...? I felt like a caged animal, being herded along. It was so uncomfortable and hot on the bus. There was no itinerary shared by him or the company at any point. You have no idea what you're going to see, when, how long, or why.

-He will not enforce the rules. We weren't given an itinerary, but we sure were given a strict dress code. Fine, I get it. You are visiting secure locations and you're on camera. But enforce it, especially if you're going to enforce a "don't ask me any questions on a tour" policy.

-He and the company will not listen to feedback. We've been in exchange with the company on how our terrible experience could be rectified. They're not taking responsibility. Nor did he for his terrible behavior to guests on the day of the tour. I'm appalled to read that he stalked guests for good reviews. I'm not surprised though.

Please don't book with this company. You will be supporting a business which treats people terribly and you will be uncomfortable mentally and physically for all 9 hours of this 12 hour tour. I'm sure there are so many other options for visiting the JSA and DMZ (which were worth seeing, despite my awful experience).
Written 25 July 2018
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Karin A
1 contribution
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I had high expectations going to the DMZ and JSA and they were exceeded by far. A must see if you are going to South Korea. The DMZ is surreal and there is no other border like this on earth.

Our guide, Mr SP, was highly entertaining and very informative. He had a lot of energy throughout the hole day and no questions were left unanswered. I highly recommend this trip!
Written 21 September 2018
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USA Expat in UK
Leeds, UK104 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
My husband and I booked a tour with this company as a gift to each other for our anniversary. However we have had nothing from them to say that the trip time was changed. Needless to say I’m not happy at all it was £200 of our hard earned money that was was stolen by this tour company. They didn’t send anything to us now we have had to pay for a new ticket but went through a different company because I wouldn’t use this company again. So upset that I missed out on a day with my husband...
Written 16 May 2019
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Teresa S
9 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
This was a very stressful day and there were many of us that were truly disappointed when we got back to Seoul. The main problem was the lack of information about the tour, which caused many sour incidents throughout the day.

- The tour itinerary informed us that we needed to dress nicely for the JSA, but many people did not and were still accepted. This was of course a good thing for them, but had I known this, I would have put on some more comfortable and sporty clothes and shoes. This because we also visited one of the North Korean tunnels (which in itself was cool, but there was not much information before, during, or after) and there is an 11% incline going back up which made most of us break a pretty heavy sweat.

- We stopped at many different places, which was good, but we only got 15 minutes/place which was not nearly enough if you wanted to read some of the information signs instead of just take a picture of the place and then get back on the bus. It was also weird that we didn't get more time than this, because our tour ended almost an hour earlier than announced..

- We were picked up at our own hotel for an extra cost, which was ok even if it says here on TripAdvisor that the pick-up will be free of charge, but then there were some in the group who had paid to be dropped off at their hotel again, but this never happened for some reason.

- Me and my fiance have been to several tours in many different countries, and for the price of this tour you usually are just a small group of max 12 people, not 41 as we were now.

- The guide was nice enough at the beginning, but his English was sometimes very hard to understand and he got upset when he was asked to repeat something. We were sometimes better off by reading the information signs at the different places (when there was time for it). At one point he also yelled at one of the group members and yelled into the microphone in the bus. He was angry that some group members didn't pay attention to his "lecture", but he should have given some kind of fair warning before yelling.

- On the itinerary it said that lunch was included in the price, but when we got there the guide told us that it was not so much food, and that if we wanted an upgrade it was an additional 5000 won. This should have been written in the information you get before booking.

- At the JSA we only got to meet a private who, due to his low rank, could not answer many of our questions. We were also told that we would go to two different rooms there, but ended up going to only one of them.

- We also went to the empty train station which will connect the north and the south, but we did not get to see the tracks, only see the sign with George W Bush's speech, and some photos from this spring when the leaders from North and Sout Korea met.

- Before entering the tunnel we got to watch an 8-minute long video about the tunnel. It was 10 000% propaganda for South Korea and the USA. Absurd level.

- I had read up about the DMZ on Wikipedia the night before and felt that I did not learn anything new during this tour. In fact, there were a few things that I could tell my fellow group members that the guide did not mention or did not know about..

All in all, I don't recommend this tour to anyone. Save the money and do something else for a day, or research another tour to the DMZ thoroughly.
Written 13 July 2018
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Gabi R
Sharon, MA287 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2019
When I booked my DMZ/JSA tour with Cosmojin, I was extremely clear that I was really only going to see the JSA and that if it was closed on the day of my booking I would want to reschedule. I heard rumors from other travellers that the entire DMZ was closed because of swine flu, but it sounded so far fetched to me I didn't even bother to check -- besides, my tour company had said nothing to me, even when I reconfirmed my booking two days before. Of course, I arrive on the morning of my booking to meet with the group and the guide immediately tells us all that the ENTIRE DMZ is closed indefinitely. I felt that was super sketchy of them. The guide said we'd be going on an alternate tour to the only open observatory and the war museum for a "discounted price" - but he never disclosed what that discounted price was. And when I waited around outside the bus to ask him he literally shooed me away and told me to just get on the bus...... so I did - but I fully regretted it. Yes, the observatory had the potential to be cool - but it was such a rainy sad day that you could barely see anything. And the guide's English was just not up to standard, as he didn't understand a lot of people's questions, he contradicted himself a lot, the way he spoke was incredibly annoying to listen to because he stopped to ask a hypothetical question literally EVERY sentence, and he was pretty vague with his information at times. I didn't feel like I left the tour knowing that much more than I already did -- though I guess for people who have less background in the subject, maybe they felt differently. And then they brought us to the war memorial/museum which is easily accessible by metro and free to enter, so all of us could have more than easily done this on our own time. The guide didn't even enter the exhibit with us to explain things as we walked through, he just set us free. What a waste of money.. And of course it's not their fault that the DMZ is closed, and I realize they have a business to keep afloat even when the DMZ is closed, but I just didn't like how they handled that. Moral of the story: check if the DMZ/JSA is open yourself, don't rely on them to inform you.
Written 29 October 2019
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