From today, the South Korean government is taking applications in person for its fifth round of pandemic relief funds, which will go out to most of the adult population.
These payments are for 250-thousand Korean won or a little over 200 U.S. dollars.
Like the online applications, you can apply in person on a day of the week depending on your year of birth.
That starts on Monday for people born in a year ending in one or six then Tuesday for two or seven, and so on.
You can pick up a prepaid card or voucher from your local community center.
Or, if you want to apply online, you can also do so regardless of your year of birth through your credit card company or bank.
The money can be spent until December 31st at local small businesses and traditional markets.