Inside Korea's demilitarized zone
As North Korea maintains its aggressive stance against the U.S. and South Korea, we take a look at life inside The Korean Demilitarized Zone (DMZ). The DMZ is a strip of land running across the Korean Peninsula that serves as a buffer zone between North and South Korea which runs along the 38th parallel north. The DMZ cuts the Korean Peninsula roughly in half; and was created as part of the Korean Armistice Agreement between North Korean, People's Republic of China, and United Nations Command forces in 1953. It is 250 km long, approximately 4 km wide and despite its name is the most heavily militarized border in the world.
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