Pope Francis has surprised South Koreans during his visit to the country by shunning an expensive luxury car to travel in a compact car instead.
After arriving at the airport he climbed into the backseat of a a Kia Soul - the manufacturer's second smallest model.
Pope Francis has refused to use a bullet-proof "popemobile" like his predecessors in favour of low-key cars.
His choice of car has received wide coverage in South Korea, where ostentatious shows of wealth usually represent a person's status.
The Pope posed and smiled for a selfie with a young Catholic in South Korea.
Pope Francis was greeted by cheers and the waving of handkerchiefs as he arrived at South Korea's Daejeon World Cup Stadium to hold a mass.