South Korea will be electing a new president next March.
And Koreans who want to vote from overseas will need to register by January 8th.
For "absentee" voters who have a South Korean ID number, registration starts on Sunday, October 10th.
That mostly applies to Korean people temporarily working and studying abroad.
For those who don't have an ID number, which includes many "overseas" Koreans who've immigrated, registration is underway already.
Overseas Koreans who've registered to vote in past elections will be on the list and don't need to apply again.
To register, go to the website of the National Election Commission.
Voting will take place at South Korean embassies and consulates from February 23rd to the 28th.