The korean demilitarized zone dmz chosngl hangul hanja is a strip of land running across the korean peninsula it is established by the provisions of the korean armistice agreement to serve as a buffer zone between north korea and south korea. Below are 10 things you should know about the korean demilitarized zone abandoned highway border the dmz acts as the border between north and south korea closely following the 38th parallel the zone is roughly 160 miles long and 25 miles wide the zone extends out into the yellow sea as the northern limit line. The korean demilitarized zone dmz hangul hanja is a strip of land running across the korean peninsula that serves as a buffer zone between north and south korea which runs along the 38th parallel north. The korean demilitarized zone a strip of land running across the korean peninsula serves as a buffer zone between north and south koreathe dmz cuts the korean peninsula roughly in half crossing the 38th parallel on an angle with the west end of the dmz lying south of the parallel and the east end lying north of it
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