This guy wanted to stage a concert along the DMZ between the two Koreas. Here’s what happened.

The demilitarized zone between North and South Koreas is the most heavily fortified border on earth. And with the Korean War officially still on–it’s a very scary place. (Trust me: I’ve visited it.)

But with the leaders of the two countries getting along famously these days, there’s hope that this madness is going to finally end.

South Korean violinist Hyungjoon Won wanted to stage a concert along the DMZ to commemorated the 70th anniversary of his country’s independence. The result is this short film. (Via The Atlantic)

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