Who Is Invited?

Diplomats, Ambassadors & Embassy staff (with foreign passports) and their families (children/teens).  Other foreigners are welcome as well as long as they have an overseas (non-Korean) passport.

International school students/classes are welcome and will receive a certificate of participation for those who need a school excuse or community service credit.


The current situation on the Korean peninsula has taught us how important it is to keep peace.  We invite youth and foreigners to participate in our peace event on June 23rd.  Our event is  non-political and humanitarian.  The motto for this event is: Above politics.  Above borders. Above ideologies.  It’s all about giving hope to people around the world.  We hold this event to show our support for a peaceful solution to the problems on the Korean peninsula.


DMZ Youth Peace March
DMZ Tour
Planting ‘Peace’ Trees
Panmunjom or Dorasan Observatory (tentative schedule, subject to change)

Cost of Event: 

Youth under 20 years old are free.  College students over 20 years old are free if they volunteer to help at the event (ex: helping youth to plant trees, keep them safe, etc.).

All other adults, not college students, are ₩10,000 ($10)/pp - payable in either US or Korean currency.  This is to help cover the cost of transportation. *Payable on the day of event when you get on the bus.*


Transport on chartered bus provided from Seoul to Imjingak for pre-registered participants.  The bus will leave the meeting point in front of Sejong Cultural Center (across from the US embassy) around 8:00-8:15 a.m.  Please arrive a little early for boarding, preferably by 7:50 a.m.

A light lunch will be provided, but we recommend bringing snacks for the trip.


Joint cooperation between I See Hope (International Cooperation of Environmental Youth) & the South Korean Department of Unification, Gyeong-gi Province

Contact Information

Registrations *must* be received by June 16, 2017

Fax:  1-601-767-7890

For group reservations, please email us.

Reservations *required* by June 16, 2017 for DMZ security pre-check.

  • Passport / Resident ID Number
  • Nationality
  • Age
  • Name (As listed on passport/ID card - PRINT CLEARLY)
  • Organization/School
  • Title/Position
  • Phone Number 
  • Email address (for event contact purposes)
  • Vehicle Make/Model (If driving to DMZ)

Event Schedule

8-8:15 a.m.       Get on bus in front of Sejong Cultural Center and leave for Imjingak.
 10:00 a.m.        Arrive in Imjingak and attend peace ceremony
 11:00 a.m.        Unification Bridge Peace March
 11:30 a.m.        Visit Dorsal Peace Park and plant peace trees
 12:30 p.m.        Lunch
    1:30 p.m.        Visit Panmunjom or Dorasan Observatory - where you can see North Korea

                                *This schedule is subject to change without notice*
   3:00 p.m.         DMZ Walk or Bicycle tour
   4:00 p.m.         Leave Imjingak to return to Seoul.

You Are Invited To Attend

A DMZ Peace Event & Tour