January 20, 2020

Landmines and luxury malls: looking North from South Korea’s Odusan Observatory
A visit to Paju, where the two Koreas meet at a fork in the river
While the Korean Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) runs about 160 miles long, the fortified nature of it makes it difficult for ordinary Koreans to get much of a clear sight of their neighbors.But where the Han and Imjin Rivers meet, the distance between the two Koreas shrinks to around just a quarter of a mile.And it's here – atop the South Korea's Odusan Observatory – that you can peer into