South Korea has extended its worldwide travel advisory by another month due to concerns over COVID-19.
The foreign ministry says the special advisory will stay in place until January 16th, 2021.
It says people should avoid traveling overseas and be extra careful if they're abroad right now.
The ministry has already extended the advisory several times since it was first imposed in March.
And it could be extended again after January 16th if the pandemic is not under control by then.