Tourist attractions nearby Mosan Farm.
Heyri Art Valley is the largest artist residence and cultural area in the country, located in Tongil Dongsan in Tanhyeon-myeon, Paju, Gyeonggido. It started to take current form in 1997 and the name â€˜Heyriâ€™ came from â€˜the sound of Heyriâ€™, a traditional farmerâ€™s song from the area. In the area of 150,000 pyeong, 370 artists including authors, artists, film makers, architects and musicians joined as members to create places for culture and art: work space, galleries, museums, etc. Visitors can enjoy things to see and experience and relax with a cup of coffee in Heyri.
There are stylish restaurants, cafes, fashion malls, lifestyle malls, bakeries, etc. Beautiful and romantic Provence brings European sensibility, the sun of France, the city of light, to the place. It is the representative tourist attraction of Paju. In the location where Imjin River, Han Rive and the West Sea cross, the emotional charging station for city people, Provence, is a lyrical place of colorful pastel tone buildings that make you feel as if you were in the nature of a fairytale. Many photozones of beautiful scenery are available in every corner of Provence for you to capture the moments. It is a romantic and lovely place to spend time with your family, loved ones and friends.
Mt. Odu Unification Observatory is on top of Mt. Odu, 118m above the sea level, where the lifeline of Seoul, Han River, flows down from the north to meet Imjin River. It is the northernmost where Imjin River is in between South and North. This short 2km distance keeps no crossing between South and North for over a half of a century. It is a sad proof of the separation. Mt. Odu Unification Observatory is for understanding sad reality of the separation, which is the only legacy in the world from the Cold War; thinking of future of the country that guarantees freedom, human rights and happiness to the nation; wishing for unification which is displayed in the exhibited materials. It will be a great help to understand North Korea as well.
DMZ is a buffer zone according to the truce by keeping certain distance from each other to prevent direct military conflict. DMZ in the Korean Peninsula was established by armistice agreement of the Korean War, which took place between 1950 and 1953. Item 1 of Article 1 <Military demarcation line and DMZ> of the agreement stipulates to set one military demarcation line and one DMZ from each other by retreating 2ãŽž. DMZ is established by the international law and the supervising organization is also based on the international law. From political and military perspective, it is recognized as a means to keep peace and military control by stopping actual act of battle and securing temporary peace.