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was a day when the first typhoon of this year came during the rainy season that continues for nearly 50 days. The 5th typhoon'Rose', which came up rapidly toward Korea, landed on the Korean Peninsula in the afternoon of today (10th). Looking closer at that route, it landed in Geoje, Gyeongnam at 2:50 pm, passed through Busan, and went eastward, then disappeared at Ulsan at 5 pm. In today's 8 o'clock news, let's start with the path and the damage situation where the typhoon rose moved.

This is the first news, reporter Kang Cheong-wan.


The speed of the 5th typhoon'Rose' was fast.

Around noon, I went north toward the Korean Peninsula, passing through the seas east of Jeju Island.

After that, it landed at the southern end of Geoje, Gyeongnam, around 2:50 pm, less than 3 hours.

Even though 20~30mm of rain per hour was sprayed along with the wind, the power of the small typhoon rose rapidly weakened upon landing.

Even when passing through Busan around 4 PM, it rained around 20mm.

Then, about 5 pm, two hours after landing, it was not able to escape to the East Sea and disappeared on land, 10 km west of Ulsan.

The southern region, which has already suffered severe damage from heavy rains, was very nervous about the typhoon rose landing all day long, but fortunately, no major damage was reported.

Typhoon warnings that were issued in Jeju, Gyeongnam, and Busan were also lifted at about 4:55 pm.

In the aftermath of the typhoon, passenger ships on 39 routes in the South Sea including Tongyeong and Jeju were suspended, and 74 aircraft to and from Gimhae Airport were canceled.

12 aircraft also stopped at Ulsan Airport.

We can't yet be relieved that the typhoon is gone.

The Meteorological Administration predicted that the typhoon could turn into a strong temperate cyclone, leading to heavy rains overnight.

Strong wind warnings have been issued in Busan and Ulsan, and strong winds of up to 60 km/h are expected on the east coast.

(Video coverage: Shin Dong-hee KNN, Ko Seung-han JIBS, Video editing: Kim Jong-mi)