Since President Yoon, upon taking office on May 10th, opened the grounds of South Korea's former presidential office to the public, more than 377-thousand people have visited the Blue House so far.
And as of Sunday morning, visitors to the hiking trail behind the Blue House leading up to Bugaksan Mountain topped 59-thousand.
Starting tomorrow, tours will begin inside the state guest house Yeongbingwan, and the government office Chunchugwan.
Then, sometime soon, there'll be tours inside of other buildings like the main office and the former presidential residence.
Those interested can sign up for the tours until June 11th through mobile apps Kakao, Naver and Toss, but from June 12th, there'll be a new system.