As you have heard, it seems that there will be a lot of snow and strong winds in Jeju.
So some airlines have decided not to operate flights to and from Jeju tomorrow (24th).
However, it may change depending on the weather, so those who are flying should check the flight information in real time.
Jang Sun-yi is a reporter.
With heavy snow and cold waves forecast in Jeju Island from tonight, airlines are taking preemptive measures to cancel flights.
Korean Air decided to cancel all flights that were scheduled to operate tomorrow, and Jin Air also decided to cancel all flights to and from Jeju until tomorrow morning.
Other airlines are also considering cancellations.
There are about 300 flights scheduled to go to and from Jeju tomorrow, including domestic and international flights, and large-scale cancellations seem inevitable.
Currently, reservations for flights from Jeju tomorrow are completely suspended both online and offline, and reservations for some flights to Jeju and online reservations are open from late afternoon the day after tomorrow.
Korea Airports Corporation urges passengers to check flight schedules in advance before going to the airport, and to double-check detailed schedules for each airline, if possible.
Some sea routes have already been cut off due to bad weather at sea.
From this afternoon, some maritime routes such as Mokpo and Yeosu in Jeollanam-do have been restricted, causing disruptions to passenger ship operations.
The Korea Meteorological Administration issued a wind and wind warning for the western sea and the southern sea from 9:00 p.m.
Tomorrow, the storm warning will be extended to all seas, so there is a high possibility that the route will be completely or partially controlled.
The Korea Meteorological Administration predicted that the storm warning would be lifted around the morning of the day after tomorrow.
(Video editing: Lee Sang-min)