Paju is a city in Gyeonggi Province, South Korea. Paju was made a city in 1997; it had previously been a county (gun). The city is located just south of Panmunjeom on the 38th parallel. To defend the Korean capital, Seoul, many US and Korean army bases are set up in the city.In 2002, the northernmost South Korean railway station, Dorasan, was opened. North Korean territory and Kaesong City can be seen from Mount Dora in the city.
The Cemetery for North Korean and Chinese Soldiers was established in 1996 to hold the remains of Korean People's Army and Chinese People's Volunteer Army soldiers killed during the Korean War. In March 2014 the Chinese remains were repatriated for reburial in Shenyang, China
Gloucester Valley Battle Monument ("Gloster Hill") - war memorial
Heyri Art Village - with 350 artists in fine arts, music, theater, photography, sculpture, crafts and literature. It aims to promote cultural interchange, education, and exhibit and sell hand-crafted works of art.
Jayuro Road of Freedom
Korean Demilitarized Zone
Paju Book City
Tongilro Road of Unification or National Road No. 1
Yong Ju Gol - a red-light district