The South Korean Navy has wrapped up a combined training exercise with the British aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth, in the East Sea.
The drills focused on humanitarian search and rescue as well as maritime replenishment.
The strike group was made up of eight ships, including two destroyers and two frigates.
It also included an American vessel and one from the Netherlands.
However, they did not join the exercise.
The HMS Queen Elizabeth is capable of carrying three-dozen F-35B stealth fighters, which can fly up to 72 sorties a day.
South Korea wants to build its own light aircraft carrier, partially benchmarking the British ship.