The South Korean government is going to start giving consumers cash back again for ordering delivery food starting September 15th.
If you use a delivery app to place four orders worth at least 20-thousand won each, you'll get back 10-thousand won.
That's around eight-and-a-half U.S. dollars.
The offer is good on 14 different apps, including Baemin, Yogiyo and Coupang Eats and it'll go until the budget for it is used up.
As for the current round of relief payments, going out to almost all adults in South Korea, the finance ministry says about 36 percent of them have been disbursed as of Thursday.
The government's aim is to make 90 percent of the payments by the end of the month.