1. Various of National Museum of Korea employees evacuating building UPSOUND: Siren
2. Various of students walking down steps as they evacuate the museum
3. Students evacuating building
4. Various of employees practicing extinguishing a fire
5. SOUNDBITE (Korean) Hong Seung-pyo, Emergency planning chief, National Museum of Korea:
"(Today's drill) is part of the 2014 Civil Defence Drill in Korea. It is meant for citizens to actually practice the drill. This drill is meant for citizens to ensure their safety when confronting disaster. And, by learning the way to use fire extinguishers and conduct Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), (today's drill) is intended to make sure individuals ensure their safety in a disaster."
6. Support team from local fire station explaining CPR procedure to the employees
7. Employees listening
8. Pan up from dummy torsos to support team explaining how they work to employees
9. Various of female employee practising CPR training
A civil defence drill was held at the National Museum of Korea on Wednesday to help prepare citizens for possible disasters, such as fires and earthquakes.
The drill was part of a nationwide civil defence training programme, which began precisely at 2 p.m local time (0500 GMT) at several locations at the same time.
Employees evacuated the museum building upon hearing a siren.
They then attended various education sessions, including how to put out a fire and how to perform Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR).
South Korea has been plagued by several disasters in 2014.
More than 300 people were killed when the ferry 'Sewol' capsized back in April and only last week 16 people lost their lives when a ventilation grate they were standing on to watch a pop concert caved in under their feet.
The nationwide civil defence drill will be held until Thursday.