New Zealand has completed a free trade deal with South Korea.
New Zealand Prime Minister John Key is set to announce more details about the agreement at a press conference later on Saturday in Brisbane, where he's attending the G20 leaders' summit.
"It's been a long hard agreement to reach," he told reporters.
"It's a good deal."
Mr Key says South Korea is a big market for New Zealand, with two-way trade between the two countries worth $NZ4 billion ($A3.72 billion) a year.
Negotiations on the deal began in 2009.