Today is your free leisure or you may join the optional Paju day tour. Firstly, you will be visiting the Imjingak Nuri Peace Park. The Nuri Peace Park was built in 1972 as a security tourist site with a view to reflecting upon the painful history of national division and showing aspirations to national reunification. Imjingak, as well as other symbolic sites such as the Imjingang Railroad Bridge, the Bridge of Freedom, Mangbaedan Alter where displaced North Koreans pay salute to their families in the North and Peace Bell, attract as many as millions of tourists every year.
In the afternoon, visit the Heyri Art Village, a few kilometers away from North Korea, is Korea’s hidden art village. It is the home to many artists, writers, poets, aspiring actors, musicians, and visual artists. It is easy to spend a day wandering the streets and checking out all the museums and shops in the famous Heyri Art Village. Then take you through the Provence Village, where is a themed village that began with the opening of a chic French restaurant in 1996. It has expanded to include a famous bakery cafe, Italian and Korean restaurants, shops, colorful murals, a beautiful garden, and romantic lighting displays in the evenings, then you will be experiencing the city’s best night view at Namsan Tower to conclude the lovely day.