Seoul's foreign minister Chung Eui-yong will be attending the G7 Foreign and Development Ministers' meeting in London next week to discuss in the Indo-Pacific, vaccines and climate change among others.
On the sidelines, Seoul's top diplomat is scheduled to sit down with his UK, U.S., EU, and Indian counterparts for bilateral meetings.
With the UK Foreign Secretary, Dominic Raab, Chung is expected to discuss post-Brexit Seoul, London ties as well as Korean Peninsula affairs.
Seoul's foreign ministry has left the possibility of bilats with other participants of the meeting open as they're still fine-tuning the details. Sources say that could include meetings with Japan.
South Korea is not a member of the G7, but it's been invited along with Australia, India and South Africa.