Panmunjeom

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Panmunjeom,

South Korea: see PanmunjomPanmunjom,
officially Panmunjeom
, village, N South Korea. It lies south of the 38th parallel, the military demarcation line that partitions Korea. In the Korean War the truce negotiations, begun at nearby Kaesong, were moved in Oct.
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The defector, whose full name is still not publicly known, risked his life by speeding across the Demilitarised Zone in a jeep, then dashing across the heavily guarded border at Panmunjon.
YEARS AGO (1953) " of Under operation "Little Switch" 100 United Nations prisoners of war were freed, including 12 Britons, in an exchange with North Korea at Panmunjon.
1953: The US and Korea swap sick and wounded prisoners of war at Panmunjon.
3) Fine 4) Not old 5) Welcome 1953: UN and Korea begin prisoner exchange The Allies and Korea have exchanged sick and wounded prisoners of war at Panmunjon, just a mile away from continued fighting at the north-south border.
Which conflict ended with an armistice signed at Panmunjon in 1953?
PANMUNJON, BORDER BETWEEN NORTH AND SOUTH KOREA, JUNE 9, 2013, SOURCE: South Korea Unification Ministry - NO RESALE FOR NON-EDITORIAL PURPOSES
How bizarre it was on the bus from Seoul to Panmunjon to be sitting behind a father and son claiming to be tourists from the People's Republic of China.
The incarceration dragged on into fall of 1968, when President Lyndon Johnson ordered new negotiations at Panmunjon.
The armistice agreement was signed at Panmunjon on July 27, 1953, over the vociferous objections of President Syngman Rhee of South Korea.
Mizusawa who died in a hall of gunfire at Panmunjon Korea thirty years after an armistice agreement; and U-2 pilot Major Rudolph Anderson who lost his life during the Cuban Missile Crisis.
The communist negotiators at Panmunjon argued that immediate and automatic repatriation of prisoners should be to the country of their enlistment.