President Moon Jae-in and Argentine President Alberto Fernandez have vowed to continue to strengthen ties between their two countries as they mark 60 years of diplomatic relations.
Cheong Wa Dae revealed Tuesday the two leaders exchanged letters to celebrate the anniversary.
In his letter, Moon said they have a "comprehensive cooperative partnership," while Fernandez wrote that he highly appreciated the Korean community's contribution to Argentina's development since the start of Korean immigration in 1965.
Fernandez also said he hoped the two nations can continue to work together in various fields, including science technology, resource development, hydrogen production and Antarctic inspection, according to the presidential office.
Argentina is the only South American country that Moon visited during his term in office.
Moon traveled there in 2018 for the 13th G20 Summit in Buenos Aires.