A South Korea's presidential jet has brought back seven passengers and crew members from the coronavirus-hit cruise ship that's been moored at Japan's Yokohama port for weeks.
The evacuees - six South Koreans and a Japanese national who is married to one of the Koreans - landed at Seoul's Gimpo International Airport at around 6:30AM, Korea time
None of them are showing symptoms of the coronavirus.
They will now be isloated for two-weeks at a government quarantine facility in Incheon International Airport.
There were 14 South Koreans on the Diamond Princess cruise ship but only six wanted to come back.