Thursday, July 31, 2014
DMZ TRAIN (part 5)
Now we're approaching the Dorasan Station and I took some snaps of the pictures while crossing the river. It's so green and peaceful. The blue sky and some clouds hovering above...with the vast green field...that encapsulate the scenery..really soothed the eyes.
Then we also witnessed what-used-to-be a bridge left untouched in the post-war Korea.
I couldn't take any more pics since it turned out that we're not allowed to take some pics...oops.
Anyway...we safely arrived at the last station we're heading to: Dorasan station.
It's modern, chic, and yet..it would've been dead eerie had there been no tourists coming into it on a daily basis. So...had it not been stated that it's open for everyone, and..the pic like this was posted on a web, it would've been easily mistaken for any modern station across Korea...or in any other country.
Yet...this is Dorasan Station: the very station that South Korea would gladly use to INITIATE its long-lost-dream of uniting the peninsula and connecting it with the rest of the world via trans-Siberia railroad.
"Welcome to Dorasan"
Freya, as always, was the one who'd be more than willing to step up...
and be 'in' the picture.