Despite the increasing tensions on the peninsula, there are no signs of panic among the 10.5 million inhabitants of Seoul.
In the event of war, South Korea's capital would face a massive barrage from thousands of North Korean artillery pieces just across the border.
A feared run on banks or panic buying in the supermarkets have so far failed to materialize. Only here and there have there been isolated reports about hoarding in case of emergency.
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