"The size of the rock tells the power of the typhoon that passed overnight."
On the afternoon of the afternoon of the 3rd when Mysak, the 9th typhoon that hit Busan, took a walk in the Minrak Waterfront Park in Suyeong-gu, Busan, she said that the rocks scattered throughout the park tell the power of this typhoon.
Like Mr. Kim said, 10 large rocks were seen everywhere in Minrak Waterfront Park where the typhoon passed.
The largest stone was also 2 meters wide and 1.5 meters high.
It is the size of a rock that was pushed back during the 2018 typhoon Konglei.
This is not the first time a large rock has been pushed into the Millak Waterfront Park, but it is not common.
In October 2018, 32 large and small rocks were discovered in Minrak Waterfront Park shortly after the typhoon'Konglei', which brought a strong wind of 33.6m per second, hit.
Even during the cicada in 2003, which is remembered as one of the most powerful typhoons that hit the Korean peninsula, several rocks were pushed into the Millak Waterfront Park.
Rocks were discovered here even during the typhoon Chaba, which caused great damage to Busan in 2016.
Suyeong-gu preserves four rocks that have a low risk of accidents and do not spoil the aesthetics among the rocks that came down from the time of Cong Lei and Cicada, named'Kong Lei Rock' and'Cicada Rock'.
This is to instill awareness of typhoons in citizens.
There is also a signboard in front of the rock with the typhoon date and time, wind speed, size and route.
It is known that Suyeong-gu is planning to review the preservation of the rocks that have been pushed through the typhoon Mysak.
(Photo = Yonhap News)