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Typhoon Barbie traveled north along Jeju and the west coast, many viewers sent a tip video to SBS.

First, reporter Min Gyeong-ho organized the information sent by viewers in Jeju.


Fragments of shattered glass are scattered all over the place, and the windows that have fallen into pieces are piled up.

In preparation for the typhoon, the tape I put a day ago was useless.

[Lee Myung-je: It was posted from yesterday evening because it said that the typhoon is coming yesterday. I heard a sudden dropping sound, so when I

went out, it was like that.] Police and firefighters continued to work as a result of the damage to facilities in Jeju.

The 119 crews are dispatched as the strong winds cause the median strips to fall all over the road, and the street trees uprooted by the strong wind lie in the middle of the road.

They cut off the branches and work hard to clear the street trees that fell in the wind.

Even though the wind was blowing to the point where it was difficult to control the body, marine police officers tied the structure to prevent it from flying and struck an access control line.

The sea off the coast of a hotel in Pyoseon-myeon, Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do, has turned white as if snow fell from the crashing water bubbles.

The palm trees rising high on the green lawn of the hotel in Namwon-eup, Seogwipo-si, bend like a break.

Typhoons couldn't be avoided in resorts, such as trees falling and being buried by the pool at all.

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