You Need A Military Escort to Visit this New Art Museum in the Korean DMZ 

“’I thought maybe art could demilitarize the DMZ, maybe art could disarm, and artists could talk about more complicated issues,’ artistic director Yeon Shim Chung told Artnet News.

The Unimaru was built in 2003 as a temporary inter-Korean customs office, where visitors would be screened before entering the demilitarized zone, known as the DMZ. (Only about 15 percent of the Unimaru’s building is technically inside the DMZ.)”

Source: A New Museum Is Opening in the Korean Demilitarized Zone. Visitors Will Need a Military Escort to Get There

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