However, both men's faces were heavily obscured in the footage.
Indonesian Siti Aisyah, 25, and Doan Thi Huong, 28, a Vietnamese, are charged with murdering Kim with VX at Kuala Lumpur airport on Feb 13.
The money is now stored in a safe in the office of the police chief of the Sepang district, which has jurisdiction over the murder site, police official Wan Azirul Nizam Che Wan Aziz said.
A series of closed-circuit television (CCTV) videos were also played in court that showed both the accused women in contact with two unidentified men believed to have provided the deadly VX nerve agent that was used to kill Mr Kim Jong Nam.
Hanamori had given instructions to Mr. Y, while James had "recruited" Siti Aisyah, Wan Azirul said, without elaborating.
Wan Azirul also told deputy public prosecutor Wan Shaharuddin Wan Ladin that Doan had mentioned the same names when identifying the four individuals.
Huong and Aisyah are the only two suspects detained in the brazen assassination of Kim, an outcast from North Korea's ruling family who lived overseas in virtual exile for years.
Mr Wan Azirul told the court Huong appeared "aggressive" and did not apologise to Kim like she did to another person she approached in a similar manner two days earlier.
The women's lawyers said the videos could be considered hearsay, as the investigating officer did not record them himself and was not present to witness the crime. Experts have testified that VX can be safely removed by careful hand-washing within 15 minutes of exposure.
Malaysia has issued an Interpol red notice, the closest instrument to an worldwide arrest warrant, on the four who left, identified as North Koreans Ri Ji Hyon, Hong Song Hac, O Jong Gil, and Ri Jae Nam. Those three were later allowed to fly home in exchange for nine Malaysians being allowed to leave Pyongyang in a deal easing a diplomatic standoff that brought relations between the two countries to historic lows.
Four male suspects accused of involvement in the murder of Kim Jong Nam, the estranged half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, were identified for the first time in a Malaysian court on Thursday (Oct 12).
The trial will resume on October 24 with a visit to the crime scene at the airport.