• JSA Civilian Tours To Resume After 4-Month Suspension
(Photo: Yonhap News)

Civilian tours to the Joint Security Area along the inter-Korean border will resume next week.

The United Nations Command said in press release Thursday the move is in line with U.S. Forces Korea lowering its health protection condition for COVID-19 by one notch to "Bravo" as the South Korean government extended Level 2 social distancing in the capital region earlier this week.

The tours will be limited to 20 people per group to prevent the spread of the disease.

The U.S.-led command said it will continue to monitor the coronavirus situation in the country and take necessary measures to keep visitors safe.

Visits by civilians to the truce village of Panmunjom were suspended in mid-December amid a third wave of the coronavirus.

Please send comments to tbsefmnews@gmail.com / copyright © tbs. Unauthorized redistribution prohibited.

개인정보처리방침  l  영상정보처리기기방침  l  사이버 감사실  l  저작권 정책  l  광고 • 협찬단가표  l  시청자 위원회  l  정보공개

03909 서울특별시 마포구 매봉산로 31 S-PLEX CENTER | 문의전화 : 02-311-5114(ARS)
Copyright © Since 2020 Seoul Traffic Broadcasting. All Rights Reserved.