As reported back in August:
Japan Drops South Korea From Favored Trade List As Long-Simmering Tensions Flare [...]
Despite last-minute diplomacy and entreaties from U.S. officials, Japan passed a bill imposing export controls on industrial and high-tech products going to South Korea. While their export is still allowed, Tokyo scratched Seoul from a list of 27 trading partners for which approvals are fast-tracked. The measure will take effect Aug. 28. [...]
In Seoul, President Moon Jae-in warned that Japan would face serious consequences for what he called a reckless action. [...]
Seoul suggested Thursday that it could consider pulling out of a military intelligence sharing agreement, which the two countries use to coordinate their response to threats from North Korea.
Basically, was there any concrete counter-measure taken by South Korea in the end?