South Korea will be holding a general election next week on the 15th, and ahead of that, there'll be early voting this Friday and Saturday.
The National Election Commission says eligible voters can cast their ballots at their local polling stations between 6 AM and 6 PM.
Up for grabs are the 300 parliamentary seats that will make up the 21st National Assembly.
After presenting a valid ID, voters will receive two ballot papers: one to pick candidates for their specific districts, and one to choose candidates under the nationwide proportional representation system.
In light of the coronavirus outbreak, all voters are required to wear masks and gloves, and their temperatures will be checked.
They also need to stay at least a meter away from each other when in line and refrain from speaking inside polling stations.
Voters with possible symptoms of COVID-19, such as a fever, will be able to cast their ballots at separate polling stations.