President Moon Jae-in is meeting with the leaders of South Korea's four main political parties for discussions on the COVID-19 outbreak.
They're expected to share the latest developments and measures to curb the spread.
They'll also talk about ways to minimize the economic fallout, including the drawing up of a supplementary budget.
Today's meeting is the first such gathering to take place at the National Assembly since President Moon took office a move aimed showing his determination to seek bipartisan support to tackle the outbreak.
Prior to the talks, President Moon held talks with National Assembly Speaker Moon Hee-sang.