A busy week is ahead for the National Assembly.
Lawmakers will begin their provisional session this afternoon, and it'll be the last of its kind before the April 15th general elections.
For the two days starting Tuesday. the floor negotiation group representatives' speeches will be held and the three-day interpellation session starts next week.
And the assembly is also gearing up for the upcoming general elections, now just less than two months away.
With the parties scrambling for votes, for the first time in three years a joint conservative bloc will be launched in the coming hours.
Called the United Future Party, an informal translation of the party's Korean name, the bloc is a a breakaway group from the minor Bareunmirae Party, the Onward for Future 4.0 Party and some independent lawmakers.