Take photos with the leaders of Korea and the DPRK, the only Korean Village in the demilitarized zone.

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 Take photos with the leaders of Korea and the DPRK, the only Korean Village in the demilitarized zone.


According to CNN, two young men who took photos with the leaders of Korea and DPRK came from the Korean village of Dacheng Cave (Daeseong-dong) in the demilitarized zone. According to the Xinhua International report, the South Korean Dacheng village, known as the 38 line of the Korean military boundary line only 400 meters, only 1 kilometers away from the Panmunjom, is the only village on the side of the Korean side of the Korean demilitarized zone. 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. 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 DPRKs machine hole village (also known as the Peace Village), between the two villages separated by a field. There are 47 households and 194 people in Dacheng Dong village, mainly planting rice, soybeans and chili, which are under the command of the US command on the side of the South Korean side of the demilitarized zone. 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. 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.