As Typhoon Chanthu approaches Jeju Island on Thursday, tourists in a hurry head to Jeju International Airport to leave the island before strong winds and heavy rainfall, which may likely cause flight cancellations.
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.
Heavy rainfall in Korea’s east coast Sunday due to the indirect influence of tropical storm Lupit brought more than 170 millimeters of precipitation in some parts of Gangwon, leading to flooded homes and roads, as well as stranded passengers.
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.