PART 3 OF 3 - JSA
The border outside extends inside the Armistice building. The line on the table ( down to the floor) marks the border. .
During negotiation, South Koreans will sit on the left side of the table while North Koreans on the right.
The Armistice building have two doors - South and North Korea side. Tours are highly organized to ensure that visitors from the South will not meet visitors from the North. .
Since visitors are free to roam on either side of the border inside the building, if you are a South Korean visitor, you will be accompanied by South Korean soldiers together with your UNC Soldier who facilitates the tour. One of the South Korean soldier will stood on the door (North Korea side) either to prevent you from entering North Korea or prevent North Korean soldier in entering the building.
As they said, it's the safest place where visitors will not get shot. *Yes, JSA may be one the most dangerous place I've been but the learnings and fascinating experiences I had were surely incomparable and worth it! .
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