Typhoon Chanthu has unleashed a massive amount of rain on Jeju, inciting flood damage in the early hours of Friday when the storm was closest to the island.
Over five days, Mount Halla saw more than 12-hundred millimeters of precipitation, while Jeju and Seogwipo cities also received 300 and 500 millimeters of rain, respectively.
The heavy downpour has cut off roads and inundated vehicles with over 70 damage reports filed so far. Fortunately, no casualties have been reported.
Air and sea travel were also disrupted.
Some 20 flights at Jeju International Airport were canceled after a typhoon alert was issued. Passenger ship commutes have been suspended for a second day, causing significant inconvenience to holidaying tourists.