Soldiers from the Korean Army’s 22nd Infantry Division take part in typhoon recovery efforts around the house of an elderly veteran in Goseong County, Gangwon, Thursday.
Soldiers work to set up rice stalks flattened by recent typhoons in a rice field in Busan on Monday.
Korea on Wednesday weathered one of its strongest storms of the year as Typhoon Maysak ripped through the country’s southeast, only to face an even larger threat in Typhoon Haishen next week...
Hikers on Tuesday take in the splendid landscape of Baekrokdam, a crater lake on top of Mount Halla on Jeju Island. The lake was filled with water after recent back-to-back typhoons brought heavy rains on the southern island.
Typhoon Haishen rampaged its way across Korea’s southeastern coast Monday, hammering Busan, Ulsan and coastal Gangwon with intense rains and winds as it made its way northwards.
Fishing boats are secured at a port in Busan’s East District as the coastal city braces for yet another typhoon in less than a week with Haishen makes its way northward to the East Sea Sunday.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un visited typhoon-hit areas in the country's eastern South Hamgyong Province and presided over a Workers' Party meeting at the scene to discuss recovery efforts, state media reported Sunday.
Fearing a recurrence of the damage wrought by Typhoon Maysak, Busan and South Gyeongsang remained on edge over the weekend as Typhoon Haishen was projected to skirt along the country's east coast after crossing the East Sea Monday.
Korea on Wednesday weathered one of its strongest storms of the year as Typhoon Maysak ripped through the country’s southeast, only to face an even larger threat in Typhoon Haishen next week.
Korea raised its storm alert to the highest level Wednesday as Typhoon Maysak approached Jeju Island, packing ferocious winds.