Labor Party Headquarters in Cheorwon was built in 1946 by the Labor Party of Korea (i.e. North Korea) to house its office for controlling Cheorwon and the nearby area. It was built with funds raised by local residents and by mobilizing the local workforce, and was run to control and disseminate communist ideas.
The building was destroyed during the Korean War, leaving behind only a ruined structure which is now regarded as a symbol of the national division of Korea and the tragedy of the fratricidal civil war.
Yongyangbo, an agricultural reservoir with a clear view of the North Korean guard post, was a bridge where soldiers on guard duty went back and forth after the Korean War
Amjeong Bridge, heavily damaged by bombing
Yongyang Wetlands, a treasure trove of nature with rare animals and plants