President Moon Jae-in will hold a televised townhall meeting with some 300 citizens this evening, in a special carried live by local broadcaster MBC.
To mark the start of the second half of his five-year term, the South Korean leader will answer randomly-selected questions about his administration, while explaining the direction of his policies.
"We look forward to the people's thoughts being delivered directly to the President. We expect this [forum] will be a place of unity and true interaction, as we look for the right way to go based on the president's answers."
Arirang TV will also bring you live coverage of the 100-minute session from 8 PM, Korea time, with simultaneous English interpretation.
President Moon will not be informed of the questions beforehand.
It's believed he'll be the first South Korean president to take questions in such a format.