|Peace Dam (평화의댐)|
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|Peace Dam in Yanggu-gun County was built in response to a potential flooding attack from North Korea. The first phase of construction began in 1986, and ended in 1989; the second phase, which entailed raising the height of the dam, began in 2002, and ended in 2005.
Over the years, the dam has become a major tourist destination. It has several cultural and recreational facilities including the Water Culture Center, an artificial wall stream, and rest areas. It is also located close to the DMZ, and such natural landmarks as the Bimok Park, Bisugumi Valley, and Suhari Fishing Site.
|The last Monday of each month|
|Available (50 parking spaces)|
|Water Culture Center, Peace Bell, World Peace Bell Park, artificial wall-stream, rest areas, etc.|
|Facility Utilization Fees|
|Peace Bell-tolling: 500 won|
* Pets are not permitted inside buildings.
|From Dong Seoul Bus Terminal, take an intercity bus to Hwacheon (화천).
* Bus Schedule: 07:05-19:35, runs 24 times a day
Peace Dam is located 50min by car from Hwacheon Bus Terminal. (Public transportation is not available.)