Typhoon Tembin left two people dead in heavy winds and torrential downpours in South Jeolla Province and central Korea on Thursday.
The Korea Meteorological Administration said Tembin passed through Gangwon Province and exited into the East Sea.
Heavy rains flooded many parts of the country. Roads in low-lying areas of Mokpo in South Jeolla Province were inundated, and 20 homes were also submerged. It was the first time in 13 years that downtown Mokpo was flooded.
As Tembin made landfall, 126 ocean ferries were grounded and 256 flights canceled. A total of 190,000 homes were left without power, and 110 people evacuated their homes.