Korea today is celebrating Children's Day.
And President Moon Jae-in, for the occasion, met virtually with a group of elementary school students.
He got on a video call with all 38 of the kids who attend Doseong Elementary School in a small village in Gangwon-do Province.
Moon told them he hopes the day comes soon when they don't have to wear masks anymore.
The school is known for its play-at-school program, aimed at making sure the kids get a hundred minutes of playtime each day.
"My greatest wish is to see you playing with your friends without masks as soon as possible. We all have to work together by following the virus rules so that day comes sooner, right?"
President Moon and First Lady Kim Jung-sook later played games and did quizzes with the children -- like guessing their dreams for the future.
On Children's Day, kids and their families are usually invited to the Blue House, but last year and this year the event has been online.