Paju City is Promoting other Areas besides the DMZ and you can find free brochures and maps of Paju city being given in Imjingak Ticket Counters. It is worth a look see since the brochures are free.
Fondest memory: assorted free maps of paju city and the Imjingak freedom park and the environs around the dimiliterized zone in south korea.
Favorite thing: You cannot just take your car and drive into the DMZ - as it is a military controlled sector. Foreigners must be older than 10 years and must have a passport to enter the DMZ. Koreans must be older than 10 years and must be in a group (30~43 persons).
Be Sure to Look at the front or side of the ATM Machine if it Accept International ATM Cards, you will see the Logos of the International ATM Consortiums such as Plus, Discovery, Cirrus, Maestro, etc. at the front or sides of the ATM and also on the screen if it says International ATM Card!
International ATMs charge minmal surcharge rates for each transaction but the rate is fixed so I would suggest you withdraw a big amount since several small withdrawals will entail addtitional surcharges!
Here in Imjingak Park, there is an International ATM beside the Ticket booth on your right, so If your short on Cash, you can withdraw here!
Favorite thing: Like Japan, South Korea has Lots of vending machines to cater to anyone but the japanese have more of these ubiquitous vendos! They offer 24 hour convenience of buying anything you crave that is available in a vending machine. Disadvantage is that you need to have small bills (1,000 won and 5,000 won).