President Moon Jae-in will hold a townhall meeting with the public.
He will be joined by some 300 members of the public, both on-and-offline.
The meeting which airs live on KBS at 7:10 PM on November 21st runs for 100 minutes.
"Through the talks, President Moon is expected to hold candid discussions with the public under the theme of virus prevention and people's livelihoods. It will be like a townhall meeting."
The 300-member audience will be selected by taking into account age, region and gender.
Some 200 fully vaccinated people will join the President on site while those who haven't will take part online.
Questions will be accepted via the KBS website.
The top office believes this will be an opportunity to hear the views of the public as South Korea is in the process of gradually returning to normal life.
It's the first time in two years Moon is taking part in a live TV talk show.