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The village is about 1. As of [update] , the village has inhabitants. Daeseong-dong belongs administratively to Josan-ri, Gunnae-myeon , in Paju. It is the only civilian habitation within the southern portion of the DMZ. Only individuals who lived in the village before the Korean War, or are descendants of those who did, are allowed to move to the village. Daeseong-dong is only 1. Here Korea's division is starkly apparent: rival national flags can be seen on gigantic flagpoles that have been erected in the two villages.
These residents have some unique benefits and restrictions. For example, they have the same rights to vote and receive education, but are exempt from national defense duties and taxation.
Residents are also allocated large plots of land and have some of the highest farming income in the nation. However, they are subject to limitations. The safety of the villagers is paramount, since North Korean soldiers can cross and have crossed the border. Farming is the primary economic activity of the village, particularly bags of rice sold with a DMZ brand.
In the s, the South Korean government built a The village also has a small elementary school, Daeseong-dong Elementary School. The school, once slated for closure due to the changing demographics of the village, now educates a total of thirty children from grades K There is a waiting list to get into the school due to the funding and attention the school receives from the South Korean government.
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