You can see historical sites that prove the past of DMZ before the Korean War, and
  also the regional remains and images such as the regional character and history.
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
 
 
 
 
 
  The Hyanggyo in Cheorwon was established at the Wang Gun's residence (now
  Wolha-ri) many years ago. It was reconstructed by the Confucians in 1568, but de
  stroyed by the fires of Japanese Invasion of Korea in 1595. The Confucians rees
  tablished it in 1637. Governor YOO Heung Jong extended Daesung-jeon and Myun
  gryun-dang under Japanese imperialism. As the Communist Party confiscated it in
  to homefor orphans after liberation, it was disappeared during the Korean War. Th
  ere are 29pieces at the Hyanggyo.
   
   
   
   
   
 
 
 
 
 
  This is a bridge by joint production between two Koreas that they had to stagger.
  It is Registered Cultural Properties of Korea Modern Architecture number 26th. In
  August 1948 North Korea mobilized local villagers to lay the foundation because
  it wanted to use it as passage for military purpose. After that, South Korea compl
  eted it in December 1958. It is alleged that the name of the bridge, Seung Il, came
  from Seung of President LEE Seung Mann and Il of KIM Il Sung. Some authorities
  state that the name originated from the late PARK Seung Il the colonel, who distin
  guished himself and died in war while going north across Han Tan River in those
  days of the Korean War. Seung Il Bridge in Han Tan River is one of the best Korean
  bridges, and highlights that it is a bridge of hope and peace.
   
   
 
 
 
 
 
  A goat is a member of the cattle family and inhabits limited places worldwide. It
  is widespread in the mountainous areas of Siberia, China and South Korea. It
  is unique that both male and female are horned. A goat has been de-prolifera
  ted because of indiscriminate hunting for medicinal herbs, taxidermied animal.
    It is a representative of wild mammal in middle eastern mountainous area.
 
 
 
 
 
  An otter is a nocturnal animal of the weasel family, and is suitable to live in water.
  It is 63-75 cm long, 41-55 cm in tail length, and 5.8-10 kg in weight. It inhabits a
  river or lakeside. And it lives in holes in rocks at the water's edge or under the
  root of a tree and digging under the ground. It also lives on a catfish, snakehe
    ad, mudfish, frog, and crab. An otter is designated as a natural monument and pro
    tected because it is not only endanger species but also can live in water as a
    mammal.