The nation's daily COVID-19 tally stood at slightly above 29-thousand.
The total caseload: around 17.7 million, according to the KDCA.
A sharp drop from over 32-thousand reported the previous day.
There were 55 COVID-19 deaths, bringing the total to 23,661.
The number of critically ill patients came to 341.
New cases remaining below 30-thousand show the figures are significantly declining.
The trend is believed to be driven by eased distancing rules, including removing the outdoor mask mandate, as the country returns to normalcy.
Authorities plan to ease restrictions for entry into the country to provide greater convenience for inbound travelers.
Starting May 23rd, the government will recognize negative rapid antigen test results for travelers, on top of PCR test results.