Those who defend a barbed-wire fence
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Daeseong-dong village of South Korea
Although South Korean ‘Freedom Village’ of the DMZ is under the jurisdiction of Josan-ri, Munsan-eup, Paju-si, Gyeonggi-do, it is well known as Taesung-dong. There have been about 230 residents farming since before the Korean War and they are exempted from taxation and military service. The flag tower of 130m where South Korea’s national flag is hanging stands in freedom village.
Kijeongdong, North Korea's Propaganda Village
The Kijeong-dong propaganda village, situated 1.8km away from Taesung-dong, was built specially in the north area of DMZ for the purpose of propaganda. There are no residents except soldiers. World’s highest flag tower of 160m where North Korea’s national flag is hanging stands in the entrance of the village.