Friday, August 1, 2014
DMZ Train (part 10): On Our Way to Seoul
One of the best features of the train is that we can see the upfront view of the locomotive. This was the view of the bridge over Imjingang River. It used to be inaccessible for public until March...before this DMZ train was launched.
On both sides of the screens, we could see real-time how the journey is unfolding right in front of our eyes.
One more picture of the Imjingang river.
The looks from inside the train.
The whole pack of kids we traveled with.^^ Eyra, Freya, Sofyan, and Biruni. The last two were Pak Nugroho's sons.
Eyra tried to get wacky on board the train. Actually there's a contest during the trip for everyone to participate in. Be the wackiest on the train and share the picture to all passengers.
This is what the kids did.^^ The pictures were then shared live via TV screens on each compartments for all of us to enjoy.
The last message from the stewardess of the DMZ Train.
Yes, they pretty much organized the whole trip from A to Z.
The ticket for bus-trip within the DMZ zone: Dorasan Observatory + The 3rd Tunnel.
adult 8,700 won.
kid 6,700 won.
It run for 2 hours.