At least 13 people were injured in South Korea after a man rammed a car onto a pavement and then stepped out of the vehicle and began stabbing people near a subway station in the city of Seongnam.
The Southern Gyeonggi province police department said at least nine people were stabbed and four others were injured by the vehicle following the incident on Thursday.
Police did not confirm whether any were in serious condition.
Police were questioning an unidentified suspect who was arrested at the scene.
In response to the attack, the National Police Agency said it would hold an online meeting with regional police chiefs to discuss ways to deal with stabbings and other attacks against random targets.
Last month, a knife-wielding man stabbed at least four pedestrians on a street in the capital Seoul, killing one person, police said.