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Will I be able to go to North Korea along this road someday?
I hope so.

The Jayu Motorway (also called Jayu-ro, Korean: 자유로, lit. Freedom Road) is a major north-south arterial highway in South Korea. Its southern terminus is in Seoul, while its northern terminus is at National Route 1's Reunification Bridge leading into the DMZ. North Korea is visible from a section of the highway stretching from Seongdong-ri to Ogeum-ri. Its shape closely parallels the northern bank of the Han River and is heavily fortified with barbed wire and military observatories. It is part of National Route 77.

This route connects Seoul (Gayang Bridge), Goyang (Ilsan) to Paju (Munsan, Panmunjeom), with a total length of 49.976 km (31.054 mi).
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Josiane Glover7 mons ago
It would be cool to drive directly to North Korea. I hope this will come true.
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With enough money and energy, you can ride a motorcycle to wherever you want to go.
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