Unions representing delivery drivers and some of the top companies that employ them on Tuesday inked an agreement to provide labor protections to those workers — a first for Korea’s gig economy.

The focus now rests on whether the agreement will be sufficient to protect delivery workers who were previously left out of the system due to their unique contracts and work patterns.

Operators of Korea’s food delivery apps and groups representing delivery workers signed the deal at a forum held Tuesday in Jung District, central Seoul. Woowa Brothers of Baedal Minjok and Delivery Hero, the operator of Yogiyo and Baedaltong, were present, along with start-up delivery companies including Spidercraft, and the Korea Startup Forum, a network of entrepreneurs. Representing laborers, the Rider’s Union and the union of service workers under the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions also participated.