Imjingak is evolving into a more sophisticated place compared to its past. With the introduction of a cable car, you can now see new buildings that were not there before. Next to the cable car building, the DMZ tour ticket office has been relocated, and the remaining space is used as a rest area.
“A Variety of Restaurants in Imjingak”
In the past, you could only find old restaurants, but now you can explore places selling a variety of food in new buildings. On the first floor, you can find a simple rest area, selling snacks like ramen and hot dogs.
Heading up to the second floor, you can find several restaurants. While there are still some vacancies, you can encounter restaurants with a clean atmosphere. On one side, you can find a cafe selling pizza, salad, coffee, and on the opposite side, you can find a Korean restaurant called ‘Tofu Village’.
“Paju Imjingak – ‘Tofu Village’, a Restaurant with a Clean Atmosphere”
‘Tofu Village’ is a restaurant with a clean atmosphere offering three menu items: “Soft Tofu Stew, Bibimbap, Kongguksu (Cold Soybean Noodle Soup)”. The price is 13,000 KRW, which is not particularly cheap, but it offers the advantage of a hearty meal.
You can sit down and use the machine provided at the table to place your order. When you order, you can enjoy the novelty of seeing a serving robot bring your food to you.
The food is generally clean and geared towards a healthy taste. It’s a good place to have a meal if you find yourself in Imjingak. Compared to the existing restaurants you could find in Imjingak, it exudes an even cleaner and more sophisticated atmosphere.
“Imjingak: Tofu Village”
- Address: 148-63 Imjingak-ro, Munsan-eup, Paju-si, Gyeonggi-do 10808, South Korea.