And at the Dubai Expo, where President Moon will be, it's Korea Week, and so the South Korean pavillion has a number of events planned.
It's playing clips of performances by BTS in front of historical places in Korea, like Gyeongbokgung Palace.
Also, the pavilion's first 700 visitors this week will get a traditional Korean new year's gift -- a small pouch -- said to bring luck -- called a bokjumeoni.
There's also a series of K-pop concerts on this week -- the schedule's up on the pavilion's website.
The Korean pavilion this year is the fifth largest among the 191 countries taking part, and so far, it's had more than 500-thousand visitors.