South Korea's urea water shortage problem has been resolved.
According to the Ministry of Economy and Finance on Friday the country is producing twice as much than is consumed on an average weekday.
The statement follows a cross-ministry meeting held to tackle the issue.
The ministry added the amount imported increased around eight fold since November to more than 36-thousand liters.
However, the price remains around 58-percent higher than before the shortage but this is due to the global rise in prices which have jumped three fold since last year.