1. Wide of military officers and their families in front of Panmunjom
2. Participants taking group photo
3. Close-up of military officials
4. Three North Korean soldiers marching towards group
5. Wide of group at Panmunjom
6. North Korean officer watching through binoculars
7. Wide of military officials
8. North Korean soldiers walking down steps of building
9. North Korean officer giving explanation to North Korean group of visitors
10. Wide of Panmungak, a building on the North Korea side
11. North and South Korean soldiers standing together
12. North and South Korean soldiers together, North Korean soldier with video recorder
13. Close-up of North Korean soldier looking towards the South side, pull focus to South Korean soldier in background
14. Wide of military officials
15. SOUNDBITE: (English) Walter J. Natynczyk, Chief of the Defence Staff of the Canadian Forces:
"So many Canadians sacrificed their lives for Korean peace and security. And so when I go to Seoul today and there be able to see a very, prosperous people, I feel the sacrifice of Canadians has really been justified."
16. Military officials walking out of entrance to building
17. Various of South Korean military officials looking at North side through telescope
18. Various of North Korea seen from border
Dora, three kilometres from Panmunjom
19. Various of miniature of North Korean border area surrounding city of Kaesong in observation post briefing room
Delegates from the Asia-Pacific regional Chiefs of Defence conference visited the Demilitarised Zone between North and South Korea as part of their programme of activities on Wednesday.
The annual five-day conference is being hosted by South Korea in the capital, Seoul, and brings together top defence officials from 27 countries in the region with the goal of strengthening military cooperation.
Participants included U.S. Pacific Command Commander Robert Willard and General Ryoichi Oriki, Japan's Chief of joint self-Defence forces, according to South Korea's Yonhap News Agency.
The officials were given a tour of Panmunjom, the "peace village", which is the only place where it is possible for North and South Korean officials to hold talks.
North Korean soldiers could be seen in close proximity to their South Korean counterparts during the visit, some were observing the event with binoculars and filming it on camcorders.
They also viewed North Korea from the Dora observation post.
There have been recent signs that tension on the divided peninsula is easing.
The two Koreas on Monday restored a key hot line that had been severed after March's deadly sinking of a South Korean warship, which caused relations between the Koreas to plunge to their lowest point in years.
The sinking killed 46 sailors and which an international investigation blamed on a North Korean torpedo attack.
North Korea has denied any responsibility in the incident.