Typhoon Omais passed through the Korean Peninsula with no casualties reported as of Tuesday morning, though it did cause significant flooding resulting in damages along the nation's coastlines and southern regions.
A sign at Jeju International Airport reads that flights are canceled. Flights in and out of Jeju Island were canceled on Monday as Typhoon Omais was forecast to approach the island in the afternoon.
Medical workers deploy sand bags at tents for Covid-19 testing in Gwangju on Monday as winds picked up as Typhoon Omais approached the Korean Peninsula.
Typhoon Omais will hit the southern part of the Korean Peninsula on Monday.