The media visited South Koreas free village under the jurisdiction of the military: Villagers hope for normal life.

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 The media visited South Koreas free village under the jurisdiction of the military: Villagers hope for normal life.


The village of Dacheng cave is the only village on the South Korean side of the DPRK, and the hanging place of the Korean flag is the North Korean motor well Cave Village (photo taken in April 24th). On the eve of the 27 South Korean summit meeting in Panmunjom, the reporters passed the strict inspection of several military inspection stations, and finally transferred to military vehicles, accompanied by a group of soldiers, and came to the South Korean Dacheng village, which was only 1 kilometers away from the panmunk. The villagers said that over the past 60 years, they have been working seriously under the serious attention of all armed soldiers. It has been told that the leaders of the Korean and Korean leaders will discuss the peace mechanism of the peninsula and the development of bilateral relations in the Panmunjom, and are very excited. Villagers Zhao Yingshu said that the villagers in Dacheng cave more than any other people want the peninsula to achieve permanent peace, only in this way, they can completely get rid of the shadow of the war and live a normal day. Soldiers in the free village of Korea are fascinated by colored clothing (April 24th). Special farmers in the demilitarized zone The Dacheng Dong village is only 400 meters from the South Korean military demarcation line commonly known as the 38 lines. It is the only village on the South Korean side of the DPRK. After the signing of the 1953 armistice of the Korean War, South Korea and DPRK agreed to establish a village in the demilitarized zone. This has the Dacheng Cave Village (also known as the free village) and the North Koreas machine hole village (also known as the Peace Village), between the two villages separated by a field. Dacheng cave village is under the jurisdiction of the US command stationed in the South Korean side of the demilitarized zone. Dacheng cave village is also called free village At present, there are 47 families and 194 people in Dacheng cave village, mainly planting rice, soybean, pepper and other crops. In order to let the villagers stay in the demilitarized zone, the US and the Korean government have given them a series of special treatment for years, such as exemption from income tax and exemption from compulsory military service. Not only that, the Korean government also allows them to cultivate 10 times as much land as other Korean farmers, so their income is far higher than the per capita income of South Korean farmers. The children took lessons in the Dacheng Dong primary school (photo taken in April 24th). The children took lessons in the Dacheng Dong primary school (photo taken in April 24th). Dacheng Dong primary school is famous for its strong strength and advanced facilities. Currently, there are 35 students and 10 teaching staff. Through a classroom window of grade three, the reporter saw only 5 students in the class, each holding a tablet computer and doing exercises under the guidance of the teacher. President Chen Yongzhen said proudly that many parents outside the demilitarized zone had sent their children to Dacheng Dong primary school. A teacher from Dacheng Dong primary school talked to soldiers in free Village (photo taken in April 24th). Visitors to the free village must go through multiple checkpoints to enter the village. Villagers can act freely, but must observe midnight curfew. Free village is not free Dacheng Dong village is also known as the free village, but the villagers do not feel free. On the contrary, the strict constraints imposed by them on high alert are beyond imagination. Villagers must live in the village for 8 months every year, otherwise they will lose the right to live in Dacheng cave. In order to prevent anyone from digging into a big hole and exempt from compulsory military service, the son-in-law is not allowed to settle in the village. There is no place for entertainment in the village, and life is monotonous. Villagers spend more than 4 months of idle time every year feeling bored. What the villagers hate most is the permanent curfew. They must close their doors and not go out at 11 oclock in the evening to 7 oclock the next day. Dacheng Dong village, the far blue green house is the Chao Jing hole village. Zhao Yingshu, the son of a villager, was accidentally injured in a curfew and could not be taken to hospital in time. So far, the mother would have a feeling of pain as soon as he thought. I am looking forward to normal life every day, she said. A number of restrictions have prompted more and more young people to leave the village, resulting in the declining population of the village and the growing problem of aging. At present, there are almost no young people of twenty or thirty years old in the village. Looking forward to the day of the clouds For more than half a century, the villagers of Dacheng cave, who are at the forefront, have been unique witnesses of the changing peninsula. When the situation was tense, they felt the danger approaching at the very first time. When the situation on the peninsula eased, they first realized the spring breeze of peace. From the South Korean free village to the DPRK Peace Village, 160 meters of flagpole hangs the North Korean flag. The Korean flag tower in Dacheng Dong Village The landmark facility in Dacheng cave is a national tower with a height of 100 meters. The huge flag on the top of the tower can be seen several kilometers away. When the early 80s of the last century was built, the height of the tower was 85 meters. After seeing the DPRK, the National Tower of up to 160 meters was soon built in its own village. South Korea did not want to be outdone, but also raised the flag tower by 15 meters. The villagers say that such silent competition is like a shadow of a shadow, giving them pressure. At the beginning of this year, the DPRK delegation took part in the Pingchang Winter Olympic Games in South Korea. The two countries continued to have a good interaction between the two countries. The summit hotline was opened on the 20 day of this month, which made the villagers of Dacheng cave overjoyed. Over the past few days, they have personally experienced the goodwill that the two countries have released from their own changes. On the morning of 23, South Korea suspended broadcasting of the dtweet in the military demarcation line. That evening, the villagers of Dacheng cave found that North Koreas radio broadcasts were suddenly quiet. South Koreans look at North Korea at the lookout Jin Dongjiu, the village head, said: the tweeter never stops and the noise is very big. Now it is all quiet. This is to create an atmosphere for peaceful dialogue between the leaders of the two countries. Jin Dongjiu is full of expectation for the upcoming summit meeting between the two Koreas. He said: if you want to use one sentence to describe your feelings at that moment, it is as if you are going to see the clouds. The source of this article: surging news editor: Wang Zheng _NN7526 Jin Dongjiu, the village head, said: the tweeter never stops and the noise is very big. Now it is all quiet. This is to create an atmosphere for peaceful dialogue between the leaders of the two countries. Jin Dongjiu is full of expectation for the upcoming summit meeting between the two Koreas. He said: if you want to use one sentence to describe your feelings at that moment, it is as if you are going to see the clouds.