Those who had plans to use an airplane or passenger ship yesterday (26th) experienced great inconvenience. The sky and sea roads across the country are cut off, but Jeju Airport, after the typhoon, is scheduled to resume operation from 6 o'clock this morning.

Reporter Jeong Ban-seok organized the traffic situation.


Yesterday, starting with Asiana Airlines, which was scheduled to depart from Jeju to Gimpo at 6:30 am, all airlines, flight 463 to and from Jeju, canceled their operations in a row.

At Gimpo Airport, a number of domestic flights were canceled.

Yesterday, typhoon warnings took effect at eight airports including Incheon Airport, but as the typhoon went north, the typhoon warnings are being released sequentially starting at 0 o'clock today at Jeju Airport.

Jeju Airport is scheduled to resume flight operations from 6 am this morning, and the rest of the airports are also considering whether to resume operations.

The waterways on the west and south coasts were also cut off.

Nine routes and 15 passenger ships to and from Jeju Island, Mokpo, Busan, and Wando were all controlled.

About 1,900 ships evacuated from the high waves are anchored in a port in Jeju Island.

In addition, the operation of 157 passenger ships on 99 routes across the country has been stopped, with passenger ships completely suspended from Nokdong to Geomun and other islands in Jeollanam-do.

KORAIL stopped operating some trains on the Janghang Line, Gyeongjeon Line, Honam Line and Jeolla Line due to the typhoon going north.

On the Gyeongjeon Line, the train between Songjeong and Suncheon Station in Gwangju stopped after 5pm yesterday, and three trains on the Janghang Line, including two trains from Yongsan to Iksan, stopped running.

From 3pm yesterday, 607 trails in 21 parks nationwide, including Jirisan and Hallasan National Parks, have been completely controlled.