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写真 | 2020年 09月 8日 03:51 JST

The deadly path of Typhoon Haishen

A vehicle damaged by a landslide caused by Typhoon Haishen is pictured in Geoje, South Korea, September 7.    Yonhap via REUTERS  

A vehicle damaged by a landslide caused by Typhoon Haishen is pictured in Geoje, South Korea, September 7. &nbmore

A vehicle damaged by a landslide caused by Typhoon Haishen is pictured in Geoje, South Korea, September 7.    Yonhap via REUTERS  
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A road damaged by Typhoon Haishen is pictured in Ulsan, South Korea, September 7.    Yonhap via REUTERS  

A road damaged by Typhoon Haishen is pictured in Ulsan, South Korea, September 7.    Yonhap via REUTmore

A road damaged by Typhoon Haishen is pictured in Ulsan, South Korea, September 7.    Yonhap via REUTERS  
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A street and seafood restaurants submerged by Typhoon Haishen in Gangneung, South Korea, September 7.     Yonhap via REUTERS  

A street and seafood restaurants submerged by Typhoon Haishen in Gangneung, South Korea, September 7.   &more

A street and seafood restaurants submerged by Typhoon Haishen in Gangneung, South Korea, September 7.     Yonhap via REUTERS  
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A vehicle damaged by a landslide caused by typhoon Haishen in Geoje, South Korea, September 7.    Yonhap via REUTERS

A vehicle damaged by a landslide caused by typhoon Haishen in Geoje, South Korea, September 7.    Yomore

A vehicle damaged by a landslide caused by typhoon Haishen in Geoje, South Korea, September 7.    Yonhap via REUTERS
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Men stand on a street submerged by Typhoon Haishen in Gyeongju, South Korea, September 7.    Yonhap via REUTERS  

Men stand on a street submerged by Typhoon Haishen in Gyeongju, South Korea, September 7.    Yonhap more

Men stand on a street submerged by Typhoon Haishen in Gyeongju, South Korea, September 7.    Yonhap via REUTERS  
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A fish inside a water tank from a partly submerged by Typhoon Haishen seafood restaurant in Gangneung, South Korea, September 7.    Yonhap via REUTERS

A fish inside a water tank from a partly submerged by Typhoon Haishen seafood restaurant in Gangneung, South Kmore

A fish inside a water tank from a partly submerged by Typhoon Haishen seafood restaurant in Gangneung, South Korea, September 7.    Yonhap via REUTERS
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Men look on a submerged road caused by typhoon Haishen in Ulsan, South Korea, September 7.    Yonhap via REUTERS  

Men look on a submerged road caused by typhoon Haishen in Ulsan, South Korea, September 7.    Yonhapmore

Men look on a submerged road caused by typhoon Haishen in Ulsan, South Korea, September 7.    Yonhap via REUTERS  
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A SUV vehicle drives through a submerged road caused by typhoon Haishen in Gangneung, South Korea, September 7.    Yonhap via REUTERS  

A SUV vehicle drives through a submerged road caused by typhoon Haishen in Gangneung, South Korea, September 7more

A SUV vehicle drives through a submerged road caused by typhoon Haishen in Gangneung, South Korea, September 7.    Yonhap via REUTERS  
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High waves caused by Typhoon Haishen crash at seawall in Busan, South Korea, September 7.    Yonhap via REUTERS  

High waves caused by Typhoon Haishen crash at seawall in Busan, South Korea, September 7.    Yonhap more

High waves caused by Typhoon Haishen crash at seawall in Busan, South Korea, September 7.    Yonhap via REUTERS  
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A man gives a traffic on a submerged road caused by typhoon Haishen in Sokcho, South Korea, September 7.    Yonhap via REUTERS  

A man gives a traffic on a submerged road caused by typhoon Haishen in Sokcho, South Korea, September 7.  more

A man gives a traffic on a submerged road caused by typhoon Haishen in Sokcho, South Korea, September 7.    Yonhap via REUTERS  
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