1. Various of South Koreans watching footage of US President Donald Trump meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, on a TV screen at Seoul Train Station
2. SOUNDBITE (Korean) Min Jung-won, 26, graduate student:
"I hope that the end-of-(Korean)war announcement takes place as soon as possible. Also, I hope that this time's meeting (between Trump and Kim) could become an opportunity for the two Koreas to achieve economic cooperation and move one more step toward the reunification of Koreas."
3. SOUNDBITE (Korean) Choi Young-chul, 65, private business owner:
"I think (the meeting) is a one-time event for Trump's re-election, and I think President Moon is trying to take advantage of this meeting."
South Koreans on Sunday had mixed reactions to a surprise meeting between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un at the demilitarised zone at the Korean borders.
Min Jung-won, a 26-year-old graduate student, viewed the North Korea-US meeting as an opportunity for the Korean Peninsula to move closer to achieving peace and reunification.
On the other hand, 65-year-old business owner Choi Young-chul expressed a rather sceptical view, saying that both Trump and South Korean President Moon Jae-in were trying to take advantage of the meeting at DMZ for their own political interests.
Trump and Kim held a quick meeting at the border village Panmunjom earlier the day.
Trump crossed the military demarcation line at Panmunjom and briefly stepped into the North Korean side of the Joint Security Area.