A 6.4-magnitude earthquake occurred off the east coast of Kyushu, Japan at dawn on the 22nd. Reports of vibrations were also reported in Busan and Ulsan.

This is a report by reporter Jo Haeng.


Today at 1:08 am.

The Japan Meteorological Agency said an earthquake with a magnitude of 6.4 struck 75 kilometers southeast of Oita, Kyushu, Japan.

The epicenter is 32.70 degrees north latitude and 132.10 degrees east longitude, and the depth of the earthquake is 40 km.

According to the Japan Meteorological Agency, shaking of the magnitude 5 was observed in parts of Oita and Miyazaki prefectures due to this earthquake.

Japan's own rating of 5 Jindo is a level of shaking that most people find difficult to walk without holding onto something.

In Miyazaki Prefecture, it was confirmed that a man in his 40s was injured after falling at his house.

The Japan Meteorological Agency said, "There is no risk of a tsunami, or tsunami."

The aftermath of the earthquake was also detected in Korea, and reports of vibrations were felt one after another.

[Kang Jiyoon/Ulsan: There were about four or five times that the curtain rod moved back and forth on the window. I looked at it while lying down and felt it was an earthquake. I was

surprised and said that we should talk quickly.]

About 800 reports of feeling vibrations were received in Busan, and there were also reports of feeling weak vibrations in about 2 cases in Mokpo, Jeollanam-do.

The Korea Meteorological Administration explained that "earthquakes can be felt in Busan, Gyeongnam, and Ulsan."