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Typhoons 17 and 18 occur one after another… “There is no direct impact on the Korean Peninsula”

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The expected movement path of Typhoon Ryan Rock, the 17th that occurred on the 8th (Photo = Captured by the Korea Meteorological Administration) © News 1

The 17th typhoon ‘Ryan Rock’ and the 18th typhoon ‘Gonpas’ occurred in succession.

According to the Korea Meteorological Administration on the 8th, the Lion Rock occurred in the sea near Da Nang, Vietnam, at 3 a.m. on the same day.

After that, Ryan Rock, who moved slightly to the north, stayed in the sea about 330 km south of Zhanjiang, China at 3 pm that day.

Lion Rock is expected to move northwest or west, passing through southern Zhanjiang, China on the 9th, and moving to southern Hanoi, Vietnam on the 10th and 11th. The Korea Meteorological Administration predicts that Lion Rock will weaken within 96 hours.

Estimated movement path of Typhoon Konpas, the 18th typhoon that occurred on the 8th (Photo = Captured by the Korea Meteorological Administration)© News 1

Gonpas occurred in the sea about 960 km east of Manila, Philippines at 3 p.m. on the same day and is expected to head northwest. It is expected to reach the sea near Hong Kong on the 12th and 13th after passing through the sea north of Manila on the 10th and 11th.

Both typhoons are moving far away from the Korean Peninsula and are not expected to have a direct impact on the Korean Peninsula.

Lion Rock is the name of the peak submitted by Hong Kong, and Gonpas, submitted by Japan, means Compass (constellation).

(Seoul = News 1)

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