South Korea is holding an election unlike any other.
Voters must come wearing masks and stand at least 1m apart. They will have their temperature taken, disinfect their hands and wear plastic gloves.
Only then will they be given their voting slip and be allowed to head into the booth to cast their ballot.
These are just some of the measures being taken to allow the scheduled National Assembly election to take place during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Three hundred seats at the National Assembly being contested. Thirty-five parties have registered candidates, but the race will be between the ruling Minjoo (Democratic) Party and the main opposition, the conservative United Future Party. (Text and photo courtesy BBC)