Children, senior citizens and pregnant women will be able to get influenza vaccines for free starting tomorrow.
Korea's CDC says those eligible will be children who are 12 years or younger, senior citizens 75 years or older, as well as mothers-to-be.
The vaccines will be available at designated medical institutions and public health centers nationwide.
Also, for those between the ages of 65 and 75, flu vaccines will be provided free of charge from next Tuesday.
Health authorities are advising people to get vaccinated by November 22nd.