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Seoul security practice reminiscent of the movie 'The Matrix'

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Security guards take part in an event at the presidential office Cheong Wa Dae in Seoul, South Korea, Feb. 27 to demonstrate their skills on how to deal with terrorism and other emergencies as part of their preparations for the upcoming Nuclear Security Summit. Top leaders from more than 50 nations and international organizations are expected to attend the summit, set for March 26 - 27 in Seoul.

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A South Korean presidential body guard shoots a net at a "terrorist" during an anti-terror drill at the president's residence on Feb. 27, showcasing security preparations for an upcoming nuclear summit in Seoul.

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A female presidential body guard shows her martial art skills during an anti-terror drill at the president's residence on Feb. 27, showcasing security preparations for an upcoming nuclear summit in Seoul. South Korea vowed tight security to guard world leaders against attacks by protesters and terrorists.

AFP reports: SEOUL — Deploying a mixture of high-tech weaponry and high-kicking martial arts, an elite South Korean security force demonstrated Monday how it will protect dozens of world leaders at an upcoming Seoul summit.

The Presidential Security Service, whose normal job is to guard Seoul's leader, will also oversee the safety of about 40 heads of state or government during the March 26-27 Nuclear Security Summit.

At the presidential residence known as the Blue House, some 70 officers staged a demonstration involving martial arts, sub-machineguns, ropes, vehicles and even a net.  Full story on the South Korea security unit's show.