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Building Leisure out of National Trauma: Tourism and Consumption along the Korean Demilitarized Zone

Suk-Young Kim The Korean Demilitarized Zone (DMZ), a small strip of land only two miles wide and 155 miles long, is surely one of the most paradoxical places on earth. Conceived as a buffer zone, the DMZ was intended to bring about a temporary ceasefire between the two Koreas in 1953. The result of a […]