From July 1st, South Korea will let people who've been fully vaccinated abroad enter the country without having to quarantine for two weeks.
Would-be visitors need to apply at a South Korean diplomatic office two weeks after getting shots that are WHO-approved.
They have to get three negative PCR tests one before they come.
Two when they arrive.
There will be no exemptions, however, for 13 countries with high rates of variants.
On Sunday, South Korea reported 452 new cases of COVID-19, down to the 400s for the first time in five days.