DMZ, Korea 2014
Pardon me while I make a confession. Although I am Chinese by race, my Mandarin is not very good. I can speak Mandarin - no thanks to my love for KTV sessions, but not that fluently. I prefer to converse in English most of the time, so my vocabulary for Chinese words is...limited. Ha. So needless to say, I was at the tour more for the sights, than the tour.
Perhaps I'll visit the DMZ again next time (since I didn't go for the JSA part), with an English tour guide. But now that North Korea is open for travel, perhaps I'll add it to my to-visit travel destinations list.
The places we went on the half day DMZ tour were Imjingak Park - The Bridge of Freedom - The 3rd Infiltration Tunnel - DMZ Theater & Exhibition Hall - Dora Observatory - Dorasan Station - Pass by the Unification Village (according to the tour summary).
Do wear comfortable shoes as the 3rd infiltration tunnel was actually quite a steep walk underground (Silly me was not thinking and wore ankle boots for the tour - don't do it. Just don't.).
Also, at the end of the trip, the tour stopped by a ginseng centre too (my advice - if you are not keen to buy, just take a look, it's just how some tours operate I guess). I think we paid about 36,000Won per pax for the half day DMZ tour. DMZ/JSA tours can be easily found online, so just gotta do your research on what you wanna see/do before deciding on one.