Hurricane of "Bulavin" hits South Korea today at 50 meters per second

Hurricane of "Bulavin" hits South Korea today at 50 meters per second

Seoul : South Korea | Aug 27, 2012 at 1:59 AM PDT
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SEOUL (Reuters ) National Office announced in South Korea on Monday that the hurricane "Bulavin" would strike throughout the country today a speed of 50 meters per second, coming from the island of "Jeju" South.

The news agency reported - South Korean Yonhap - published in English - that the hurricane "Bulavin" will be heading towards the north a speed of 19 kilometers per hour northwest of the island of "Okinawa" Japanese morning. Office also predicted that all parts of the country will be exposed to heavy rainfall by 30 mm per hour accompanied by strong winds this evening.

The South Korean President Lee Myung - bak has called today to take preventive measures to reduce the effects of this hurricane losses, which are expected to have a stronger impact of cyclone hit the country nearly a decade ago. It is worth mentioning .. That the hurricane of "Bulavin" hit the Island "Okinawa" located in southern Japan, accompanied by winds and rough seas, causing power outages and mudslides in wide areas.

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Hurricane of "Bulavin" hits South Korea today at 50 meters per second
Hurricane of "Bulavin" hits South Korea today at 50 meters per second
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