Guides Guild - in Demilhanova zone between North and South Korea.
This zone divides the Korean Peninsula into two halves — the North (the Democratic people's Republic of) and South (Republic of Korea).
After the fall of the Berlin wall demilitarized zone, is considered the last relic of the era of the cold war.
Very symbolic is the monument symbolizing Korean family who tries to unite the globe in the middle of which a divided Korea.
In the photo - our guide Anna Andrusyk Korean gdeau Yumi Choi, which has more than 20 years working in tourism. It's interesting to know that in Korea there is almost no concept of "city" guides. There is only one license, to obtain which it is necessary to pass the examination.
This license allows work in all areas of the country.
By the way, an independent visit to the DMZ is prohibited. On a group tour day is over, but if you take the shortest option (a tunnel, a lookout and station Dorasan) all will take 3 hours (plus 2 hours on the road).