There have been skirmishes on the streets of Seoul as the Olympic torch made its way through the South Korean capital on the latest leg of its journey towards Beijing.
Eight thousand police were deployed along the route to separate thousands of Chinese students from anti-China demonstrators.
The Chinese students waved flags and chanted slogans in support of their government. "One China!" they roared in reference to pro-Tibet protests in the city.
Some threw objects and attacked protesters demonstrating against China's policy of repatriating North Korean refugees, many of whom face severe punishment when they arrive home.
Although one North Korean defector attempted to set himself on fire to stop the relay, the torch successfully completed its route around the city.
The Olympic flame will now move on to the North Korean capital, Pyongyang, for the next leg of the relay on Monday.