The country's flagship carrier, Korean Air, is extending the expiration date for mileage earned on its membership program by another year because of the difficulties people have faced in using their miles during the pandemic.
For miles due to expire at the end of this year, they'll be extended to the end of 2023.
Miles on Korean Air would normally expire after ten years.
Miles that would've expired in the first two years of the pandemic have already been extended to the end of this year.
The airline will also give those miles another six months until June 2023.
Korean Air miles can be used to pay for plane tickets, accomodations and merchandise.