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Out of all the DMZ places we stopped at, Dora had the most historical information. Really learned a lot. And there are free binoculars on the roof deck where you can view North Korea. It's free. Almost 5 star toilets. There's a cafe too. Good...More
IT was a steep climb to The observatory but worth IT upon reaching The TOP. ON The second floor you can view The Northern side. A video presentation OF The north Korea view is well discussed explaining The area. The statue OF Kim, The fake...More
We visited this in organised tour .
The view is better only if it is clear day.
It is worth seeing through Binoculars.
It is struggle to get one as the viewing area is crowded and only few available.
The climb up is steep,
This was another stopover point on our half day tour of the DMZ. The views from the observatory at the top of Dora Hill (Dorasan) over towards North Korea are fascinating. There is a large map that helps you to identify the main points of...More
A stop at the Dora Observatory is a must on any tour to the DMZ. Lined with a number of high power binoculars, spending a few hundred yuan for a couple of minutes viewing is an absolute must to understand the stark differences between the...More
Easy access to viewing point where you can see into the north.
See a watch tower for North Korea.
You can also see the shuttered manufacturing facility where folks from the north were employed before recent sanctions.
Well done and maintained.
As part of our DMZ tour, we stopped by Dora Observatory where they have huge binoculars your can look through to see a glimpse of North Korea. We were very fortunate the day we went as we could see a lot of people movements in...More
This is where you can look into North Korea. Was real lucky with the weather, clear and could even make out the Kim Il Sung 20 m statue and workers out and about. If you have a camera with really good zoom, bring it. The...More
I have been here in 2002, during world cup. Panoramic view of North Korea border and tunnels are the most interesting parts. This is a must see tour in Seoul. Tunnels are prepared for invading south by north, all in granite rocks, painted to black...More