Not only have South Korea been hosting this year's Winter Olympics (which finishes tomorrow just incase you're interested) but it also just became the home of the world’s most powerful passport. Although the title previously belonged to Singapore, it's now having to share top spot for the first time ever.
The Passport Index continually tracks visa bans and country accessibility changes for each country and is the world authority on passport ranking. South Korea and Singapore both have a visa-free score of 162, largely thanks to Uzbekistan granting visa-free access to both countries.
Japan and Germany tied for second place (or third place, whichever way you look at it) with a score of 161, while Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Italy, France and Spain came next in the rankings. For a full list, check out the Passport Index website.