UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced plans to hold the G7 Summit this summer in person, and South Korea is invited this time, too, as a guest along with Australia and India, making it rather like a G10.
Johnson told reporters that it'll be held in the seaside village of Carbis Bay in Cornwall.
To be held in June, it'll be Joe Biden's debut on the global stage as U.S. President.
The G7 was supposed to be held last year in the U.S. but was moved online because of the pandemic.
When Britain first extended the invitation to South Korean President Moon Jae-in last November, the presidential office said it reflected South Korea's enhanced global stature.