South Korea reported 431 new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday, with sporadic cluster infections continuing nationwide.
All but 28 were locally transmitted.
New infections were mostly concentrated in the capital area, with Seoul adding 119 cases and 113 in Gyeonggi-do Province.
The coronavirus situation in the country seems to be slowing down, but health authorities warn of cluster infections and cases with unknown sources of infection.
The government is monitoring the situation, and will decide whether to adjust the social distancing level and ban on private gatherings of five or more, at the end of this month.