Korean Prime Minister Kim Hwang-sik held a news conference in Bulgaria on Tuesday announcing potential new cooperative measures in the fields of renewable energy, infrastructure, e-government and agriculture.
In Sofia the prime minister held talks wtih his Bulgarian counterpart to find ways to boost economic cooperation.
One immediate agreement reached was mutual recognition of each nation's driver's licenses which goes into effect on Wednesday.
Bulgaria is seen to be rich in farmland and technology and to be the portal for South Korea into the Eastern European market.
Kim will pay a courtesy call to the Bulgarian president before heading to Ukraine.