Then, let's analyze the current situation and course of the typhoon in detail with Seo Dong-gyun, a reporter from the weather team.

Reporter Seo, how far has Typhoon Nanmadol reached now?


Let's take a look at the cloud satellite imagery and radar to see Nan Madol.

You can see the shape of Nan Madol drawing a whirlpool like this, and you can see the rain clouds that Nan Madol is making in the colored part.

Nan Madol is currently moving north from the land of Kagoshima, Japan, and the Japan Meteorological Agency announced that it landed in Kagoshima around 7 pm today (18th).

It seems that it will turn rapidly from dawn and pass through the mainland of Japan, but it has landed on land, but the force is still intact and maintains a very strong rating.

A very strong wind of over 49 m/s is blowing from the center.

Nan Madol is far from the center of Korea, but since the typhoon is about 300km toward Korea, some strong winds along the southern coast of Gyeongsangnam-do will fall within the direct impact zone.

If you look here, you can see the rain clouds created by the typhoon continue to enter the southern coast of Gyeongnam.


I'm also worried about rain and wind in the southern coastal area, so please tell me the time of the nearest typhoon for each region. 


Let's take a look at the most recent time from Jeju Island.

First, it will be closest to Seogwipo at 4 am, Geoje at 9 am, Busan at 11 am, Ulsan at 12 noon, and Pohang at 1 pm.

Due to the direct or indirect effect of the typhoon, it is already raining along with strong winds along the south coast of Gyeongnam. Up to 40mm was also forecast for the East.

Wind is also an issue.

The turning point of the typhoon is from dawn to noon tomorrow, and a very strong wind of 25m or more will blow instantaneously on Jeju Island and Yeongnam, and a strong wind of 15 to 25m will blow instantaneously on the coast of the country.