Typhoon ‘Kanun’ in the metropolitan area is very tense… Afternoon real influence

As Typhoon Kanun is expected to pass through the Korean Peninsula, forecasts have emerged that the entire country will be affected by the typhoon.

Currently, Seoul is also starting to rain.

Let’s find out more about the situation by connecting reporters out on the Han River.

Correspondent Ahn Chae-rin.


Yes, I am at the yacht dock on the Han River in Seoul.

The boat behind me looks peaceful, but the wind blows my hair and the trees behind me.

Although Seoul is not yet in the full-fledged typhoon influence area, it is expected that the rain and wind will intensify from daytime.

The Seoul Fire Headquarters said that as of 6 am today, no typhoon-related reports have been received.

The water level of the Jamsu Bridge is 3.31m as of 7:00 am, which is lower than the level of interest,안전놀이터 and there are no roads yet to be controlled due to the weather.

However, you should keep in mind that the situation can change at any time depending on the weather conditions.

This typhoon is expected to pass very close to Seoul.

As of 6:30 am, it was confirmed that it was passing near Tongyeong, Gyeongsangnam-do at a speed of 22 km per hour.

The time the typhoon passes near Seoul is expected to be around 9 pm today (10th).

Meanwhile, in preparation for the issuance of special alerts, the Seoul Metropolitan Government started reinforcements at the Disaster and Safety Countermeasures Headquarters from 9:00 p.m. yesterday (9th).

In particular, when a special weather warning is issued, the policy is to immediately enter the second stage of emergency work.

In addition, it was announced that outdoor Jamboree programs such as the dance night event held in Gwanghwamun and Namsan Trekking were also canceled.

As precipitation of 100 to 200 mm is predicted in Seoul and the metropolitan area from today (10th) to tomorrow (11th), you must be careful about safety by not going near rivers and preparing for flood damage. This is Yonhap News TV

Ahn Chae-rin from the Han River in Yeouido, Seoul .

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