- Twenty-nine students attend propagandize in the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) between North and South Korea.
- American infantry guard a conditions to a North and learn English to a students.
- Less than 100 miles divided from a limit lies 70% of North Korea’s soldiers.
In a tiny aegis section on a southern side of a limit that separates North and South Korea resides Daesungdong Elementary School.
The propagandize is located in Taesung Freedom Village, a allotment in a Korean peninsula’s Demilitarized Zone (DMZ). The DMZ was combined in 1951 for assent talks during a Korean War, and is a tiny area of only a small over a mile on possibly side of a border.
While a dispute stopped after an truce was sealed in 1953, a assent covenant was never signed, that means a dual countries are technically still during war.
That gossamer conditions led President Bill Clinton to call a DMZ “the scariest place on Earth” when he visited in 1993.
Reuters prisoner a daily life of students during Daesungdong Elementary School in a print package called “Learning English in a Korean DMZ’s Freedom Village.”