South Korea is sending one million U.S. dollars in humanitarian aid to Australia to help the country recover from the devastating bushfires.
The government will offer aid through the Australian Red Cross and will also send a government delegation to help victims.
It'll be made up of officials from the foreign affairs and defense ministries as well as the forest service.
They will be working with Australia's on-site restoration efforts.
Korea's weather agency will also provide real-time satellite-based information of the fires.
More than 30 people have died due to the fires, and thousands of homes have been destroyed.