October 23, 2020

North Korea expects free movement at JSA to begin on November 1: travel agencies

Tourists will be allowed to cross demarcation line as of Thursday, authorities tell tour companies

Update at 1815 KST: This article has been updated to reflect the fact that a planned trilateral meeting between the UNC, DPRK, and ROK was rescheduled.

DPRK authorities expect tourists visiting the North Korean side of the Joint Security Area (JSA) to be able to freely cross into the Southern side of the site on Thursday, travel industry sources told NK News on Monday.