South Korea will begin to inoculate about 632-thousand high school seniors and teachers for COVID-19 from Monday.
According to the state vaccination task force, eligible students include high school seniors and those who will take this year's college entrance exam.
High school teachers and education officials across the nation, including administrative staff and native speaker teachers, are also eligible.
Those eligible will receive the Pfizer vaccine at vaccination centers until July 30.
The nation will also begin accepting reservations for the Moderna COVID-19 vaccines from people in their early 50s from Monday.
Those aged 53 and 54 may make reservations for their vaccination from 8 p.m. Monday, while those aged 50 to 52 may do so from 8 p.m. Tuesday.