Typhoon Maysak brought big waves and strong winds to South Korea on September 2 as the storm approached the peninsula.
The Korean Meterological Administration measured maximum wind speeds of up to 163km/h or 101 mph in the storm.
Maysak was expected to track through the Korean peninsula and affect the entire country on September 3. Local media reported the storm was forecast to be one of the strongest systems to affect the nation in years.
This video shows big waves crashing at the beaches of South Korea’s Jeju Province, an island off the peninsula’s southern coast.
The typhoon brought powerful winds and heavy rain to the Japanese island Okinawa on September 1. Credit: imoojia via Storyful