Reigning two-time world champion Vettel is the man in form. Can he grab pole and increase his chances of a third consecutive F1 crown? Find out below.
7.10amThat's just about it from us. Click here to read our report from this morning's pacesetting and then join us for coverage of the race, which gets underway in just under 24 hours' time, at 6.30am tomorrow morning. See you then.
7.07amParticularly good from Hulkenburg to outdo the two Mercedes and start eighth.
1. Webber 2. Vettel 3. Hamilton 4. Alonso 5. Raikkonen 6. Massa 7. Grosjean 8. Hulkenburg 9. Rosberg 10. Schumacher
7.03amVettel seems to have made a mistake in the first sector but he's still good enough for second. That does mean, however, that he starts on the 'dirty' side of the track with Hamiton and Alonso ready to pounce on any errors in third and fourth.
7.02amThe Red Bull garage is awash with celebration as they have secured a front-row lockout.
7.02amMARK WEBBER WILL START ON POLE AT THE KOREAN GRAND PRIX!
6.59amWebber will be the first of the big guns to set a time, with Hamilton, Alonso and Vettel following in that order.
6.58amOoh! Hamilton almost collides with Rosberg in the pit! All OK though.
6.57amIt's going to be a frenetic couple of minutes as all the cars prepare to blitz the Yeongam circuit! Who will secure top spot for tomorrow's race?
6.56amVettel is the quickest from Alonso, Webber, Massa, Hamilton, Raikkonen and Grosjean. The two Mercedes and Hulkenburg are yet to set a time.
6.55amHamilton's really struggling with lock-ups and he's only fifth-fastest after the first set of runs.
6.54amThe Ferraris of Alonso and Massa are the first to post a time and it's the Spaniard who's quickest.
6.52amIt looks like all the cars will set two hot laps in this final session. At some races this year they've restricted it to one to reduce tyre wear but the circuit in Korea isn't too hot.
6.51amButton's speaking to Sky Sports News and he says that both a lock-up and the yellow flags contributed to his failure to make Q3. When asked what he's hoping for from 11th, he replies: "Go forward." Sound words.
6.50am10 minutes of breakneck speed then and I personally can't look past the imperious Vettel.
5.49amHamilton actually topped the first practice for this year's race but then dropped to eighth in yesterday's second practice. He admitted that he was confused by the team's dip in performance.
5.46amLast year McLaren's Hamilton took pole but was then jumped at the start of the race by Vettel, who went on to win.
5.45amThe circuit at Yeongam is extremely technical. The turns have varying angles throughout and it's a real test of concentration for all the drivers.
5.43amNext up is a 15-minute Q2 session where another seven are knocked out before the final 10-minute pole-position shootout.
5.42amFirst, there'll be a 20-minute session called Q1 where the slowest seven cars will be eliminated. These seven usually consist of the six cars of the new teams - Caterham, HRT and Marussia - and one other.
5.41amFor any F1 newbies out there, here's how today's 'quali' session will work...
5.38amThe German, 25, won here at Yeongam last year from Lewis Hamilton to wrap up the Constructors' title for Red Bull.
5.36amEarlier this morning Vettel continued his dominance by topping the timesheets in final practice. Can anyone stop the German getting that crucial pole position?
5.34amMorning all! Qualifying starts in just over 25 minutes at 6am.