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As the temperature in Seoul rose above 34 degrees, the first heat wave warning was issued this year.

For the time being, the heatwave and tropical nights will continue.

Typhoon Airi, the 4th typhoon coming up toward Jeju, seems to be turning toward Japan.



Next is reporter Jae Hee-won.



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People who could not stand the heat poured out into the city fountain.



Children cool off from the heat with a water pad in the intense sunlight.



[Jin Seong-an / Mapo-gu, Seoul: If you open the window to ventilate, hot wind comes in.

Even though I was at home, even with the air conditioner turned on, I could barely breathe.]



In Seoul, where the first heat wave warning was issued this year, the daytime maximum temperature rose to 34.2 degrees.



A heat wave warning has been issued for most of the country except for some parts of Jeju Island.



Beaches across the country were overflowing with people trying to escape the heat.



This sweltering heat is expected to continue for a while.



[Lee Gwang-yeon/Forecast Analyst, Korea Meteorological Administration: The hot and humid air from the south will flow in while the ground is heated by the sun in clear weather, and the hot weather will continue until around the 6th.]



Typhoon, which was selected as the biggest weather variable this week luckily turned around.



Typhoon Airi, the 4th typhoon heading northwest of Okinawa, Japan, is expected to change course and head toward Japan.



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Although it is small with a radius of 250 km, its power weakens as it passes through the low sea temperature, so it cannot go north to Korea.



The Korea Meteorological Administration predicted that Typhoon Airi would pass the southern sea of ​​Seogwipo at around 3 am tomorrow (the 4th) and pass the southeast sea of ​​Jeju Island at dawn the next morning, and then land on land near Kagoshima, Japan at 3 pm the day after tomorrow.



According to this route, it is expected that Korea will not be directly affected by the typhoon, but high waves will rise on Jeju Island and the south coast tomorrow and the day after tomorrow, and 30 to 80 mm of rain will fall in the southeastern part of Jeju and mountainous areas.



(Video coverage: Shin Dong-hwan, Lee Won-ju KNN, Video editing: Lee Seung-yeol)

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